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Just as a duffel is a roomy travel bag, the Hiker’s Hideout’s Duffel room can comfortably sleep six folks in three double beds. And if you're in the Mountain Province to see skillfully created rice terraces, you can have a comfortable view of Dagdag village's fields sitting right at the bnb's balcony with your morning coffee.

We give special offers of as low as Php 690 per person for groups of six folks each booking.


The space
Bathrooms: 1.5 (Shared bathroom)
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Check In: 11AM - 9PM
Check Out: 9AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

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Weekly Discount: 21%
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
3 double beds

House Rules

These house rules have been set so that you can get the most out of your stay in our rental while also respecting our home and the neighborhood. If you have any questions regarding these items, don't hesitate to ask.

1. We have a no-smoking policy - although you are welcome to smoke outdoors. Once done, we'd appreciate it if you can dispose of your cigarette butts properly. Used filters thrown away carelessly hurt Sagada's geography since they don't decompose as quickly as you think.

2. Got a pet? Shouldn't be a problem... but they would have to stay outdoors with their own leash or travel carrier. You can have them relieve themselves anywhere on the property so long as you bury their "landmines".

3. Food in the bedrooms tend to invite unwanted "guests" ie the roach and the rodent. To keep these freeloaders from sharing your bed, we advice that you eat in the dining. Besides, there's always room for you at the table :)

4. This should go without saying, but it would be best if you wear appropriate clothing when you get here, as the locals are pretty conservative AND it certainly wouldn't do you good freezing to death wearing a mini or the shortest of shorts walking around town.

5. A plumbing problem can quickly ruin the most pleasant vacay. You can prevent this by disposing things like sanitary napkins in the bin we've provided in the toilet. That way you can flush all worries down the drain!

6. Whilst we do a meticulous pro cleaning between each guest's stay, help us get through with the process quicker and keep the costs down by washing any dishes or kitchenware you have used and putting dirty towels in the hamper before you leave. Take care to separate the plastics and paper from the regular trash. Thanks for helping us protect the environment!

7. We get it that you may want additional guests to stay over. In the event that you want them to, please give us a holler. We're reasonable folk and will accommodate wherever possible.

8. Everyone should have their own space in a shared dwelling. We respect your privacy. And if it isn't too much to ask, we'd love for you to return the favor and refrain from entering our private quarters.

9. We understand that accidents happen. Keep calm and inform us when they do. Chances are, we can fix them as effortlessly as possible. We'd give you a thumbs up for your honesty!

10. What you do in your personal time is entirely up to you, but when staying at our place we have a strict no-drug use policy. This is just the law... not so much as one of our rules.

11. To keep our costs down (and pass those savings on to our guests) we'd like it a lot if you could switch off lights and other electrical gadgets when they're not in use or when you're leaving the house. Mother Nature will thank you, too.

12. If you want to listen to muzak past 9pm, please think about the others and listen with your earpods or at a lower volume. We'll make sure to mind our noise, too. Unless it's Miranda Lambert. She's okay to play at any time in all areas of the house :)

13. Just as we encourage smart electric use, we urge you to be just as with water while you are visiting, since it is being shared with the rest of the community. Make sure to secure the taps before leaving the bath and let us know if they are leaking.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs - One flight of stairs before you get to the front door and two flights of stairs leading to the rooms on the second floor.
Pet(s) live on property - Denver keeps two dogs at the front terrace, a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian, and will mostly be out of the way.
No parking on property - Best to park your car at the parking spot reserved for you in front of Kai’s home, where it will be secure.
Some spaces are shared - The baths and toilets are shared by the four rooms. The dining and living  areas as well as the balcony are also communal spaces.

Cancellations

Safety features
First aid kit
Safety card
Lock on bedroom door

Availability
On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

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Sagada, PhilippinesJoined in July 2017
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