This charming establishment that first opened its doors in June 2016 also takes visitors back to a time when life was more simple and little luxuries.
Built in 1938, this charming two-storey house opened its doors to visitors and guests. The ancestral home of one of Silay City’s prominent families, it was declared a heritage house by the National Historical Institute on April 6, 1993.
Their spacious house in Spanish Mission Colonial style popular before World War II, well-appointed rooms that each tell a story are full of interesting details that certainly add to the uniqueness and charm of the place. For instance, each room is named after its former occupant. The interiors are also carefully preserved that a stay would evoke the feeling of sleeping over at a heritage museum, which in a way, you are. One couldn’t help but instantly feel transported to the last century, another era where life was drastically different from how it is now.
For extra Single bed rate, inclusive of breakfast worth 16USD.
Rates are inclusive of 12% VAT.
Rates are inclusive of breakfast.
Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
Only children below seven (10) years old are free of charge.
Check-in time 2:00 PM / Check-out time 12:00 NN
The German Unson Heritage House also makes an excellent base when exploring the City of Silay or the nearby capital Bacolod. It is just a stone’s throw from Silay’s San Diego Pro-Cathedral, the Hofilena Heritage House, Emma Lacson’s Delicacies and the popular bakery El Ideal. While it is known to be the first heritage house in Silay City to be converted into a bed and breakfast, other historical homes and museums, such as the Bernardino Jalandoni Museum and Balay Negrense Museum, are also easily accessible from the accommodation.
The present owner, Chell, is very hospitable and hands-on in managing the property. She takes little details seriously and goes above and beyond in making guests feel at home.