On the outside, this ancestral house stands out among the contemporary homes in Baclayon along the town’s main road. It is also one of the numerous Spanish colonial houses sprawled across the coastal area.
Sample some of the province’s unique delicacies like biko ube, puto maya, pinaypay, and the popular sikwate or Visayan hot chocolate.
Built in 1905, this old Filipino-Spanish house invites guests to experience the local culture and cuisine of Bohol.
The facade of this distinct ancestral home, a well-loved hangout for locals and visitors alike.
Veranda with sea-view
Guestrooms include private shower and toilet
Dorm rooms with shared bathroom facilities
Multi-purpose & reception hall (100 pax. seating capacity)
Facilities ideal as a training & retreat center
• Additional pax. – 10 USD / person
• Additional 2 meals & 2 snacks – 8 USD / person
• No parties or guests allowed unless by special arrangement.
• Pets not allowed
• Smoking allowed only in the garden
The charming cafe and accommodation opened in 2016 to keep her mother Crescencia’s ancestral house—thus she also named the shop after her.