Our room was small but clean with nice beds and hot water. We also had a small balcony overlooking the garden/trash dump. Sagada is small and options are limited, but this is a good choice. Only downside were the barking dogs that kept us awake all night, along with the rest of the town. Breakfast was very good with fresh bread!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the heart of Sagada, Masferre Country Inn and restaurant offers the most accessible lodging with hotel-like amenities including a full service restaurant. It also houses the world-renowned photographs of the father Philippine photography, Eduardo Masferre. ... more less