The cottages are based on the local designs of native huts where you can experience how the natives live in the olden days. During the rainy season, you can take a walk in the woods and find edible mushrooms. By request, you can have a bonfire in the open while listening to the silence of the peaceful forest at night. Along the way, you will pass by this cute “mall”, a convenience store made of pine logs.
Home Among the Pines in Sagada
Hidden among the pine trees in Sagada are uniquely designed huts with modern facilities like heaters and a fire place.
Located in north central part of the town going to bomod-ok falls,the place is less populated and is peeking at the edge of the pine tree forest at Kapinitan. Owned by Tita Ligaya, you will have to walk a few minutes from Sagada Plaza to get there. Walking is why you’re going to Sagada in the first place.