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All reviews orange trees pick oranges rooms were very clean hot water peace and quiet relaxing place wooden floors stayed here for nights first floor the main road wanda town mountains pinikpikan philippines
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

This hotel advertises itself as 100 metres off the main road: it is more like 300 metres, and some of the vehicular track is extremely rocky and hence bumpy. Not recommended at night!

The inn's seclusion means no rooster noise or dogs barking. There are two buildings but I did not ascertain the purpose of the second.

There are about 17 rooms but some are dormitory style with up to six bunks.

I had a two by double bedded room, number 3, which had been stylishly renovated with native wooden floors.

The bes was quite comfortable and the linen of pleasing, mongrammed with the hotel name quality.

The room also had a desk and chair, while the bathroom had good instant hot water in its shower but there was evidence of some mould on the bathroom ceiling and one wall. There was no fan for the bathroom so that explains the mould.

A compartmentalised shelf for belongings was in the room.

the hotel offers meals which I have reviewed separately. Strangely breakfast was not included in the P1850 per night tariff.

There is parking on site but the property lacks WiFi.

I had to politely request two groups of Filipino males - the first, cyclists at 0030 hours, the second three bathroom attendees at 0400 (!) to be quiet. They looked abashed. The noise was an interruption to an otherwise good sleep.

The meals area is both inside and outside the main building.

There are good views of the valley especially from the first floor (called 'second floor' in Philippines).

There is no heating or cooling in the room or elsewhere but the climate - for me - did not require either. Filipinos however arrived rugged up.

Room tip: The first floor may be less noisy.
Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank Victorianlad
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Reviewed 6 January 2018 via mobile

This is a fantastic place to stay and we could even park our car. The staff provided great assistance at all times (even storing or foods in the refrigerator). The room was fantastic and the shower hot and strong.
We found the lunch very expensive so we only had one meal there.

Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Kruiza
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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Stayed 3 nights here. The surroundings are beautiful with garden, flowers and a lot of orange trees. The place is really busy from early mornings to evening when groups of people come by van to pick oranges. Food and staff here are great. The only minus in this place is paper thin walls between rooms.

Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank Itikka2010
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

Three things we loved about Rock Inn: 1) they have a lot of super cute DOGS running around the inn, 2) their restaurant's food was so good, and 3) the peace and quiet the remote location brings.

Though it was a bit stressful that their location does not have signal (our Globe and Smart LTEs weren't working at all and sometimes we had no service), we loved our stay so much. :)

Thank you, Wanda of Rock Inn and the rest of the staff! Your service was so great.

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank Audrey F
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Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

We arrived in Sagada last May 10, 2017 from Banaue but we booked the room three months before our arrival. The van brought us directly to the town proper to pay for some necessary fees like the environmental fee. It was our first time in Sagada so we don't know anything but just our hotel's name and that going around Sagada can only be reached by foot. We expected the same thing when we arrive but we did not know that Rock Inn was really far from the town proper. In fact, you have to pay Php. 250.00 per way to travel from the town proper (Tourism Office) to Rock Inn. We called their hotel 5 times that day but nobody answered so we just took a van from the Tourism Office to the inn. It was really a long ride. However, when we arrive inside our room, we realized that it was worth the shuttle service fee. The linen was so soft and clean. If you want to experience lazy and mornings under the thick blanket, this place is a must to visit. Foods are prohibited inside the room, however, they have a restaurant outside which offers home-cooked meals which are really delicious. Prices range is from Php.150-300 per meal as I remember. This restaurant is a good to go!

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Angel M
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