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rich beautiful interiorstraditional bedroom
8 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
4 camas
2 baños privados
8 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
4 camas
2 baños privados
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Taal is an old heritage town and you can stay in an authentic ancestral house and experience the local culture. There are 2 bedrooms for 2 and 1 big room for 4. Optional for your stay is a local meal prepared by your very own home cook. Prior notice should be given so meals can be prepared.

El lugar

You experience the old sleepy town of Taal in an authentic heritage home that is 200 years old.....amenities are basic and simple.

Disponible para huéspedes

Guests may ask caretaker to accompany them around the old town for a fee...or a tip! You can also take a day trip to Taal Volcano via tricycle.

Atención a los huéspedes

Do email or send me a message for any queries before and during your stay. Caretaker can help you during your stay.

Otros aspectos destacables

We serve meals.....we have a choice of tapang Taal ( sliced beef), Taal longganisa ( local garlic pok sausages ) or adobing dilaw ( chicken and pork cooked in yellow ginger sauce ) at P250/head. For the local dessert or snack, we serve suman Taal ( rice cooked in sweet coconut milk ) and local cocoa drink or coffee at P150/head. Let me know which you prefer so can have Ellen our caretaker prepare. Thank you!

Servicios
Se admiten mascotas
Desayuno
Lugar de estacionamiento privado
Cocina
Precios
Personas adicionales $15 / noche más de 2 huéspedes
Descuento por semana: 39%
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Reglas de la casa

Guests may stay at upstairs area which is the private area between 9am-5pm after which it is off limits to visitors. Upstairs bedrooms are for viewing only. No running upstairs.

Aspectos que también debes tener en cuenta
En la casa viven perros
Cancelaciones
Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Delia
Septiembre de 2016
The house is like a fairy tale, very beautiful and surprisingly. The host was not at home but she answered always the phone and help us to get a transport to arrive. There in the house, the help was super kind and nice to us, literally made us feel like the owners of the castle .

Perfil de usuario de Bar
Septiembre de 2016
We were well-received despite the delay with our check-in time and rain. Manang Ellen was very accommodating, even changed our bed sheets and all. Our stay was a great bargain as we have the whole house to ourselves. Amenities are basic and fine as Taal is a heritage town. So, expect a traditional and comfortable abode.

Perfil de usuario de Florian
Abril de 2016
Pros: - good location - historical building Cons: - most basic comfort - very noisy - no AC - no hot water - bathroom not clean - very dusty - welcomed by the maid, got barely any explanation on anything, never saw the owner - expecting the 6 of us sleeping in the same room and sharing bed without asking (I asked for the room arrangement beforehand but didn't get any answer)
Perfil de usuario de Anna
Respuesta de Anna:
The room can accommodate 4-6 pax...if the guest doesn't want to share a room, they should book another room. Our apologies that this was not clear to you. Owner is always out of town therefore it is usually caretaker who meets our guests. We will improve on the above comments because we did not encounter feedback like this from past guests. Nevertheless, thank you for staying with us.
Abril de 2016

Perfil de usuario de Marissa
Enero de 2016
Ellen - the caretaker who lives in a small house at the bottom of the garden was lovely, friendly and helpful. The house itself was amazing - a very old Spanish colonial villa with incredibly high ceilings, enormous rooms, and beautiful furniture. Recently renovated. Wonderful garden which we were able to enjoy, and great outside eating space. Taal city itself is full of history and has some nice restaurants. Visit to the largest church in Asia - St Martin of Tours - is a must. traditional Batangas breakfast of suman and hot chocolate made by Ellen was delicious.

Perfil de usuario de Athalie
Abril de 2015
We stayed as a group of 7 at this house during holy week and it was a lovely experience! Contacted Anna and response was immediate considering I booked the night before our actual stay. It'll be very helpful to ask for directions since place is a bit far from Tagaytay center. Ellen the caretaker welcomed us and showed us around. She was kind enough to attend to our needs. House is pretty big but rooms are quite small except the room on the first floor where we stayed. Despite the lack of wireless connection you won’t get bored as there are family memorabilia in almost every corner of the house. Displayed were lovely photos and the history of the Dela Rosa family. As for the food, it was delicious especially tsokolate. Surrounding area is pretty great too. Taal Basilica was located nearby and there were other ancestral houses which can be visited for a small fee. The area really does take the visitors back in time. All in all, it was a great experience and I would recommend this place for bigger groups for a more reasonable stay.

Perfil de usuario de Bas
Enero de 2015
Despite its proximity to Manila, Taal feels like a step of the beaten track. This lovely town gets few tourists but has quite a lot to offer. Our stay in De La Rosa Ancestral House added heaps to the colonial flavour of our visit. It's a bit hard to find so ask for the krisdale supermart. It's only a short walk to the main square. There are a few rooms. We were relocated to a room upstairs which was both lovely and necessary. The first room downstairs was quite damp and gloomy. The welcome by house minder Ellen was warm but by times confusing. We had a hard time understanding one another about stuff like prices, breakfast, etc. but eventually she pointed out some nice spots for us to visit in town which we missed. We hoped to visit the volcano from Taal town but a tour was exorbitantly pricey. All in all it would've been over 120€ for the two of us for a tricycle ride, boat rental, horses, hats, guide, etc. We would however recommend staying at the ancestral house for the Taal town experience and the nice ancestral house. It's just a very charming location if you can do without hot showers and wifi and don't mind a bit of Pinoy noise at night.

Perfil de usuario de Denise
Enero de 2015
I feel very blessed to have had the pleasure of staying in Anna's ancestral home. It was an amazing experience and a very cultural one Everything from meeting the family learning the history and spending time with beautiful Ellen who made us feel very special and showed us around Historical Taal as well as organising us a very unique experience of riding horseback into the Taal Volcano. We spent 2 nights here and we will surely return when we come again. Good food close by and easy to find. A must for anyone wishing to experience the authentic culture of this special area.

Gran Manila, FilipinasSe registró en Julio 2014
Perfil de usuario de Anna
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