Accommodation – Residential Lodge

Residential Lodge

Official Website

Dagdag, Sagada
Contact Person: Mary Daoas +639196728744 email: eldone21 [at] hotmail [dot] com

The lodge itself is relatively new. It has been open for business for less than two years but it has definitely become one of the more popular places to stay in Sagada. Mary Daoas, a retired school teacher, owns and manages her two-story lodge hands-on and you could almost always find her in the vicinity at any given time. When they say residential, they really mean it. You can invade the kitchen to cook your own food or even use the clothesline after washing your clothes. It really feels like living at home.

You could choose to stay in a room with a private toilet and bath or stay in a dormitory room next to a communal toilet and bath. Private rooms go for as low as 250 pesos a night while the dorm accommodation is slightly cheaper at 200.

There is a common area per floor where guests could watch TV or interact with other people staying in the lodge.

If you do choose to stay at Residential Lodge, kindly tell Tita Mary that the people from VisitSagada.com referred you. :)

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  1. Residential Lodge… during that time I am the only one booked in that buiding…

    Just text Tita Mary and she will reply you immediately… She is very mabait and accomodating… :)

    Comment by Agnes — February 23, 2008 @ 11:40 pm

  2. Residential Lodge… during that time I visit sagada I am the only one booked in that buiding…

    Just text Tita Mary and she will reply you immediately… She is very mabait and accomodating…
    :)

    Comment by Agnes — February 23, 2008 @ 11:43 pm

  3. [...] map was taken from this website and altered slightly to include Residential Lodge – a relatively new hotel that has become quite popular with recent visitors  to Sagada. Most [...]

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  4. Loved staying here. Tita Mary was such a dear! Will definitely stay with her on my next stay..

    Kakaiba sa hospitality si Tita Mary!!

    Comment by Candice — March 5, 2008 @ 1:29 pm

  5. hi! ask ko lang po kung nag-accept sila ng reservation? kasi sa holy week po namin balak pumunta. thanks!

    Comment by gauk — March 7, 2008 @ 11:07 am

  6. @gauk

    Yes they accept reservation, kung sure na kayo sa Holy Week sked nyo, reserve ASAP, dahil peak season ang holy week, so ubusan talaga ng rooms sa Sagada. It would be best to call Residential Lodge now. Tell Tita Mary that you were referred by VisitSagada team.

    Comment by Angel — March 7, 2008 @ 11:29 am

  7. @Angel

    I already spoke with Tita Mary, fully booked na daw :(

    Comment by gauk — March 7, 2008 @ 11:37 am

  8. @gauk

    Whoa! Sorry for that! Anyway, you can try other guesthouse. Medyo late na din kasi, reservations for holy week should be placed as early as two months before.

    Comment by Angel — March 7, 2008 @ 11:42 am

  9. @gauk

    You may try Traveler’s Inn or George Guest House. You may check the Visit Sagada entry about George. :)

    http://www.visitsagada.com/2008/02/29/accommodation-george-guest-house/

    Comment by Benj — March 7, 2008 @ 11:46 am

  10. @Angel
    Oo nga eh, biglaan lang kasi.

    @Benj
    Nakausap ko na din yung George Guest House, puno na din daw. Traveler’s Inn has not replied yet.

    Salamat ng madami ha! Anlaking tulong. :)

    Comment by gauk — March 7, 2008 @ 11:49 am

  11. Okay po ba sa Gecko Inn? Yun pa lang kasi ang nakakausap ko na di pa fully booked. Salamat ulit!

    Comment by gauk — March 7, 2008 @ 11:50 am

  12. Based on Gareth’s post here, http://sagadagenuineguides.blogspot.com/, I guess it’s a decent enough place. My only concern would be the distance. It’s 1.2 kilometers away from the town center. Hmmm. Honestly, I’ve never seen this hotel but if you don’t mind walking for a few extra minutes, I dont see any problems.

    Comment by Benj — March 7, 2008 @ 11:58 am

  13. Okay. Thanks!

    Comment by gauk — March 7, 2008 @ 12:02 pm

  14. @gauk

    Goodluck! Please get back to us after your Sagada trip, you may share your stories, pics, etc.

    Enjoy Sagada!

    Comment by Angel — March 7, 2008 @ 12:07 pm

  15. [...] shared on the thread. He actually credits Jenn for giving her the contact details of Mary Daoas for Residential Lodge. The bus schedules were courtesy of bad_chini2 and countless others have chipped in making him more [...]

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  16. I spoke with Tita Mary and she gave me a rate of P400.00 per night for room that is good for 2… I checked on the website and it says there that it ranges from P200.00 – P250.00.. Should I make a bargain with Tita Mary? :-)

    Comment by Jen — March 14, 2008 @ 10:08 pm

  17. Hi Jen, the P200.00 to P250.00 range is per person/per night, so if you are two in a room, it sums up to P400.00 per room/per night.

    Comment by Angel — March 14, 2008 @ 10:22 pm

  18. Ok… so its P200.00 – P250.00 per head not per room… Gotcha… Thanks again..

    Comment by Jen — March 14, 2008 @ 10:51 pm

  19. Yep. No problemo :-)

    Comment by Angel — March 14, 2008 @ 11:12 pm

  20. Hello, I was just browsing about Sagada nowadays and I found this site. OK, no worry I will try to promote your place for those people who happens to ask me on where to stay in Sagada.

    Am surprised with all of these……. including the mouth-watering pies at the LEMON PIE HOUSE.

    Comment by sam — March 22, 2008 @ 5:12 pm

  21. Just got back from Sagada! Tita Mary had a vacant room for us. :) Sagada’s great! A few bruises here and there but it was great! We also went to the soft launching of the Sagada Lemon Pie House. It was nice to just relax, have tea and listen to good music.

    Comment by gauk — March 24, 2008 @ 2:54 pm

  22. Uy! Good for you gauk…

    Comment by Angel — March 24, 2008 @ 3:41 pm

  23. The new number of Residential Lodge is

    0929 625 7419

    Comment by Benj — March 24, 2008 @ 4:34 pm

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  26. gud day.. ask lang po gusto ko sanang pumunta sa sagada pero hindi ko alam kung paano o saan ako mg sisimula eh.. dito ako mang gagaling sa manila. ano ang dapat na bus company ang sasakyan ko? at mag kano ang magagastos sa lahat lahat?gusto ko lang kasing mg travel na walang gusot.try lang..kung kaya kong mag isa.hindi ba nakakatatok kung isa lang akong pupunta?salamt po.

    Comment by joyce — April 3, 2008 @ 1:48 pm

  27. Hi Joyce. Go to the TRAVEL section of the site. If you can see the top of page (just below the banner), there’s button that says travel. Articles in that section would be helpful in letting you know which buses to take to get to Sagada via Baguio, Banaue, Bontoc etc.

    For 4D/3N 4K would be more than enough.
    Just bring your street smarts with you and you’ll be fine.

    Comment by Benj — April 3, 2008 @ 3:08 pm

  28. ok po ba pumunta dyan pag december kc yun po kc yung medyo mahabang vacation sa gaya kong ng oopisina.
    pag dating po ba sa sagada madali na lang po b hassel free na po ba?meron po bang tour guide or i mean para mg assist?

    Comment by joyce — April 3, 2008 @ 4:15 pm

  29. Joyce, Yes to all questions.:) Just try exploring this site, the how-to’s of the touring can be found in the TOUR section.

    Comment by Benj — April 3, 2008 @ 5:14 pm

  30. thank you very much… hope to see u there….

    Comment by joyce — April 4, 2008 @ 10:56 am

  31. guyz, ‘tita mary’ just got a replacement for her lost sim(09196728744). the other number, 09296257419, will still be also in use.

    Comment by wad — April 6, 2008 @ 4:25 pm

  32. Bar Exam Result – at #374

    DAOAS, Pio Windale A.

    Tita Mary’s son! Congrats!

    Comment by Angel — April 9, 2008 @ 10:00 am

  33. Nagbago na pala ng number si Tita Mary…
    I thought Tita Mary lost her previous sim 09196728744 but she still answers me (until now) using the old number…
    I’m a little bit confused…

    Both numbers were ringing…

    Comment by agnes — April 14, 2008 @ 10:45 pm

  34. she’s using both.

    Comment by Benj — April 14, 2008 @ 11:11 pm

  35. hi. ask ko lang po if the private room can accm 3 people. tnx.

    Comment by jobo — April 15, 2008 @ 3:56 am

  36. It most definitely could. Two people would share in a king sized bed and the other will be in the single.

    Comment by Benj — April 15, 2008 @ 5:07 pm

  37. hi! am also interested to go to sagada.but meron ba direct from manila to sagada? mas aksaya kasi sa oras kung dadaan pa ng baguio.ask ko lang naman. thanks mucho.

    Comment by silkylace — April 18, 2008 @ 10:47 pm

  38. Hi, Silkylace. There is none. It’s geographically impossible to go to Sagada without passing through either Bontoc or Baguio.

    Comment by Benj — April 19, 2008 @ 1:17 am

  39. hows the road trip going there from Baguio or Nueva Viscaya? Planning to go there this May deciding on which vehicle to use depending on the people to tell me if its ok or rough ride.

    Comment by alex — April 19, 2008 @ 11:11 am

  40. Hi Alex, bring a 4×4 to be safe. My family brought an Isuzu Fuego back in our trip in the late 90s and it held up pretty well.

    The road from Baguio to Sagada is better compared to the other route from Dalton Pass (Nueva Vizcaya).

    Comment by Benj — April 19, 2008 @ 2:23 pm

  41. how many hours po ang byahe from manila to Sgada?

    Comment by jackulit_adventure — May 17, 2008 @ 9:30 am

  42. Around 11 to 12 hours. See our Travel Page for details. :)

    Comment by Angel — May 17, 2008 @ 10:16 pm

  43. You never feel far away from home in Mama Mary’s lodge. She is so kind and very accommodating. Thanks a lot Tita and to your company. Try this lodge and you will never regret.

    Comment by francis — May 20, 2008 @ 8:34 pm

  44. [...] continues to embrace its reputation as a backpacker’s retreat. A night at Mary Daoas’ Residential Lodge would cost a mere 200 to 250 pesos (~4-5 USD) per person. This includes use of the lodge’s [...]

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  45. GRABE!How can someone allow this ugly building to stand in the midst of such a heavenly place? There’s nothing wrong with erecting a building but it has to blend with the environment. Pretty soon, it will be like Baguio na concrete jungle. How I love Baguio. I was born and raised there, but pleeease, not another mistake! Spare the beautiful Sagada from the monstrosity of ugly concrete high-rise buildings. The government of Sagada should implement new area zoning, town planning & environment conservation that would protect the place. Town planners where are you????

    Comment by apo ni ayao-ao — July 23, 2008 @ 12:25 pm

  46. just want to extend my appreciation to the people of sagada and to Tita Mary as well. Thanks to her hospitality and we enjoy our trip at sagada even if we didn’t experience any of the tours due to the heavy rain. See you again and we hope to experience all the tours when we get there for the second time. Thanks and God bless.

    Comment by Jeff — July 29, 2008 @ 12:42 pm

  47. Is there a nice view at the Residential Lodge? I learned they have a roof deck. What is the view on top?

    How would you rate residential lodge compared to Mapiya-aw pension?

    Comment by Brenda — August 4, 2008 @ 5:22 pm

  48. HI, we are a grp of 8 techers from st. francis academy of q.c. and we just got back from sagada. we stayed at the residential lodge were local coffee and mountain tea are available for free anytime and true enough tita mary is a very warm and accomadating person plus Divine the inn’s cook who would accomodate your request for special food. we took cable tours (via bontok)going there and will not recommend it the only good thing abt. this route is that you get to see banaue rice terraces. going back to mnl we took the via baguio route which is much comfortable and the view is also breathtaking. Sagada is for those who love nature and those who love adventure. sen alfonso/karla corpuz/leni trance/ella pelayo/mayline de la torre/rachel relucio

    Comment by arsenio a. alfonso — August 20, 2008 @ 1:10 pm

  49. is it possible to bring a car or fx from baguio to sagada? hows the road condition?

    Comment by jojo — September 3, 2008 @ 11:56 am

  50. Hi Jojo! From a fellow traveller, i believe you’re better off taking the bus. sobrang nakakapagod ang drive papuntang sagada. upon entering Mountain Province, more than 50% of the road is still yet to be finished (not sure if the construction is already done). Pero, probably Benj and the others would know better. :)

    Comment by jools — September 6, 2008 @ 4:42 pm

  51. Hi All, I also went there last May of 2008 w/ a friend.. and it was soooo beautiful, amazing and totally breathtaking experience.. I love every details of that place.. We’re planning to go back in Sagada next year probably Feb or March..

    I highly recommend all of you to visit SAGADA, the place is so simple yet unforgetable..
    –I Survived SAGADA!!

    Comment by Vangie — September 13, 2008 @ 3:45 pm

  52. thanks jools. does it mean na kaya ng kotse? if ever, i’m planning to spend a night naman in baguio para may pahinga. just want to make sure if my car can survive the rough road. by the way, i’m bringing my toyota gli ’94. kaya kaya? thanks!

    Comment by jojo — September 17, 2008 @ 4:13 pm

  53. salamat tita mary we might be back by december mas marami na kami ngayon….

    I highly recommmend this place grabe mga chong ang ganganda dito…. very warm si tita mary in accommodating us…

    Comment by IAn — September 18, 2008 @ 2:09 pm

  54. Thank you so much sir benj & jools for your tips. We really had a wonderful time in Sagada. The best tip eh yong place ni Tita Mary.

    I also highly recommend Tita Mary’s Residential Lodge. Para kang may nanay sa Sagada!

    Benj, Jools, I like contribute some pics on your website specially pics of Tita Mary & her place. How can I do that? Thanks!

    Comment by jojo — October 13, 2008 @ 8:54 am

  55. Hi, tanong ko lang po kung ilan room per floor ang meron sa Resedential Lodge.

    Maraming salamat!

    Comment by Alex — October 13, 2008 @ 12:36 pm

  56. Hi Alex! Hindi ako sure ilan ang room sa Res’l Lodge. 5 storey bldg. sya actually kaya lang 2 floors lang ang may rooms (4th & 5th). Siguro mga 3 – 4 rooms ang 1 floor. Yong room namin has a 2 doublle-size beds with Toilet & Bath at 250/day/pax. Yong iba yata e 200/day/pax pero common ang CR.

    Comment by jojo — October 14, 2008 @ 3:01 pm

  57. Just got home from Manila for 3 days trip from Sagada… Wonderful experience and exhilirating trips. Medyo nakakatakot ng konti (mga bangin, foggy way and heights) but enjoyable so far ang trip on the way. We been at Residential Lodge as per suggestion / recommendation of this website… so very useful and thanks for the info.

    As they say it… Tita Mary was so accomodating and you feel at home. So kind talaga even ang students may discount pa :D, but we don’t take it kasi sulit naman ang services.

    Medyo na badtrip lang sa pauwi as we riding at the bus, may nagtatapon overboard ng mumunting basura… Sagada is beautiful place that needs no place for garbage. Conserve po natin ‘to, its so nice to be there once… and again!

    Comment by Jose A. Tribaco Jr. — October 14, 2008 @ 7:36 pm

  58. Tita mary nag t.txt po ako sa inyo for reservation of room kaso di po kau nag rereply:(. Nag email narin po ako kay eldoine kaso la po xa reply.. Panu po ba ung sa rums nyo? need po ba ng reservation or kahit walk in nalng December 17 po kami punta jan till 21.. 2 persons lang po for 1 room.. pls.. email me graciebeau07@yahoo.com.ph

    Comment by Nicole — November 17, 2008 @ 2:02 pm

  59. may iba pa po ba kaung # ni tita mary? or any contact for room reservation?
    thanks..

    Comment by Nicole — November 17, 2008 @ 2:32 pm

  60. hello! What other inns in Sagada can you suggest with the same rate as Residential lodge? Puno na kasi un Res lodge eh.

    Comment by kaloy — November 24, 2008 @ 9:03 pm

  61. how can we see this place? its my first to go. eh di ko alam kung ano ang mga sasakyan ko tapos pano ko to mapupuntahan :) salamat.

    Comment by jenjen — February 1, 2009 @ 10:27 pm

  62. Hi there, ive been trying po to reserve 4 beds this feb 28. i sent a text message to the no. i saw at the top..i receive a reply that we can reserve it though i dont know how…do we have to make a down payment? of derecho na lang kami sa residential lodge…patulong naman po you could email the details po to my personal email add. Thanks

    Comment by Vinna — February 12, 2009 @ 8:25 pm

  63. Vinna, please check your email. :)

    Comment by Benj — February 15, 2009 @ 12:36 am

  64. Tanong ko lang po kong itong Residential Lodge. ay nasa centro ng bayan mismo ng Sagada, O nasa Barrio ito?

    Salamat Mabuhay po kayo.

    Comment by Sean — March 5, 2009 @ 2:22 pm

  65. Sagada is a small place – almost all the inns are within 500m from the bus station. :) Residential is very close to Yoghurt House.

    Walang inn sa “barrio”. The town only has two roads.

    Comment by Benj — March 5, 2009 @ 10:34 pm

  66. Hi. Between Residential lodge and George guest house, which would be the preferred choice for family with kids below 10? We plan to go after holy week and been reading up on it. your site is most helpful. we also intend to visit banaue? should we do banaue-sagada or sagada-banaue? Can we drive to and from? your inputs will be most apprecited. tnx and more power!

    Comment by meya — March 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  67. I suggest Banaue-Sagada.

    Either Inn would be great.

    Comment by Benj — March 6, 2009 @ 12:24 pm

  68. Does Residential has a room that is good for 4 people? it says here that the rate is 200/person/night. So does it mean that they have different rate for the day? How much would it cost us if we will going to stay their for 3 days and 2 nights?

    Comment by anna — March 6, 2009 @ 12:58 pm

  69. Yes they do.

    The rate speaks for itself. It’s a per head basis.

    200 X number of people X number of nights

    200 X 4 X 2 = 1600 divided among the four of you.

    Comment by Benj — March 6, 2009 @ 2:52 pm

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  71. I’ve texted thrice today, no response. Is it okay to just drop by without a reservation? I’m still convinced by the recommendations that it’s a good place, even if they don’t text back…

    Comment by john — March 17, 2009 @ 8:59 pm

  72. hi.. just sent a txt msg to tita mary’s new number. how long would it take kaya before she confirms it? we’re planning to go there on the 17th of april.. jam-packed pa rin kaya by that time?

    > between mt. ampacao and bomod-ok, which would you recommend?

    Comment by tan — March 18, 2009 @ 9:57 am

  73. hindi ko makontak si tita mary may iba ba siyang nbr? we are planning to so to sagada on may 1,2,3 thanks po

    Comment by levi mari yu — March 27, 2009 @ 5:43 pm

  74. please giveme feedback thanks

    Comment by levi mari yu please email me @ levi0928@yahoo.com — March 27, 2009 @ 5:46 pm

  75. i txted tita mary but no response , we are planning to go to sagada on may 1,2 and 3 are there still rooms availble we are about 10-12 persons thanks

    Comment by levi mari yu please email me @ levi0928@yahoo.com — March 27, 2009 @ 5:47 pm

  76. hi. i am working in research and will be visiting to sagada this holyweek ALONE. do u think it is safe to travel and spend ur holidays in sagada. email me for ur advise. thanks

    note. i am planning to stay aT RESIDENTIAL lodge too

    Comment by enzo — April 2, 2009 @ 6:36 pm

  77. what is tita mary’s new number? me and my friend decided to go to sagada this thurs. kaso la pa kami accomodation. may ibang choice pa ba, baka kasi fully booked na sila. 2 lang naman kami.

    Comment by mary — April 5, 2009 @ 10:38 pm

  78. Hi po, good evening! Ask ko lang po kung may accomodation pa kayo for 18 people? Puwede po yung 1 private room and dorm? If not any available rooms na lang. We will be there on april 10 and 11. Hope you reply asap. Thanks!

    Comment by Josie Pascasio — April 6, 2009 @ 8:25 pm

  79. HI! I’m one of the very eager tourists who wanted to visit your place sometime in mid April… tentative dates are 17, 18, 19 of April 2009…
    I’m texting the digits posted here but it seems that they are so busy thus wasn’t able to answer my queries.. I’m trying to contact Mrs. Mary for reservation purposes. Thank you. Please help…

    Comment by shari concepcion — April 8, 2009 @ 11:56 pm

  80. just some questions…
    my friends are planning to be there… i think were 6 or 8… planning to stay for at least 3d and 2n… we’ll be from nueva ecija then we’ll travel going to Baguio then from there to sagada… is 3k per person enough for us to enjoy our sagada summer saya???
    were also experiencing some dilemmas regarding the accommodation… Please do reply with our text messages… Mrs. Daoas???

    Comment by shari concepcion — April 9, 2009 @ 12:26 am

  81. Hi Shari,

    Try calling Tita Mary as well. She does take time to respond so you may want to call her instead. Also, P3K is enough. We did it last year, and we’ll be doing it again this coming May. :D

    Comment by jools — April 10, 2009 @ 10:13 am

  82. Hi to all and belated Happy Easter.
    Actually me and my classmates just leave sagada yesterday, and we stay in Residential Lodge from April 9 to 12, or 4d 3n (last year nagstay narin kami rito kaya alam naming highly recommended ang R.L). The private room were we occupied in the lodge have a good ambiance,clean and well ventilated parin(although malamig sa sagada),may common kitchen din po dun for the occupants to use kahit nasa underground pa kami
    ^-^. Tita Mary is very accomodating to us even we encounter few problems regarding reservation of rooms (nagpareserve kami for 8-9 people)dapat 9 kami pero 4 lang kaming unang nakarating nung april 9, at di rin makakasunod agad ang mga friends namin na supposedly will go to sagada on Good Friday kasi we discover na walang byahe ang mga bus going to sagada that day pala. In the end nasolusyonan naman yung problem. The lodge provide many kitchen utensils, so the occupants can cook their own food.
    If ever we go again to sagada for the third time, i will choose to stay in Residential Lodge again ^-^

    Comment by Cres — April 13, 2009 @ 2:41 pm

  83. Hi to all and belated Happy Easter.
    Actually me and my classmates just leave sagada yesterday, and we stay in Residential Lodge from April 9 to 12, or 4d 3n (last year nagstay narin kami rito kaya alam naming highly recommended ang R.L). The private room where we occupied in the lodge have a good ambiance,clean and well ventilated parin(although malamig sa sagada),may common kitchen din po dun for the occupants to use kahit nasa underground pa kami
    ^-^. Tita Mary is very accomodating to us even we encounter few problems regarding reservation of rooms (nagpareserve kami for 8-9 people)dapat 9 kami pero 4 lang kaming unang nakarating nung april 9, at di rin makakasunod agad ang mga friends namin na supposedly will go to sagada on Good Friday kasi we discover na walang byahe ang mga bus going to sagada that day pala. In the end nasolusyonan naman yung problem. The lodge provide many kitchen utensils, so the occupants can cook their own food.
    If ever we go again to sagada for the third time, i will choose to stay in Residential Lodge again ^-^

    Comment by Cres ^-^ — April 13, 2009 @ 3:08 pm

  84. -i was planning to go to baguio with my daughters and 1 apo 8months old,as ko lng po if u accomodate infant and may room po b kau n may sarili cr? malau po b yan s baguio city?im planning to stay 3days and 2nyts tnx po

    Comment by hydi — April 22, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

  85. hi..my friends and i are planning to go there this coming june 11-14..is 5K/head enough for 3D and 2N?..we’re from manila..also, what’s the first thing we need to do when we get there?..where can we find a tourist guide? is it enough only 1 tourist guide for 4-5 persons?what are things we need to bring?..lastly, is there a room for 4-5 persons in Residential Lodge?hoping for your suggestions/recommendations..it will be of great help.thank you! :-)

    Comment by reign — April 30, 2009 @ 9:23 pm

  86. Hi travelers, my gf and i are planning to have a mini vacation at Sagada since this would be our first time to visit, we are looking for some tips on how to fully enjoy our 3-nights stay…you can email me @ evesoliver@yahoo.com.ph tnx a lot and more power! :-)

    Comment by Eves — May 18, 2009 @ 4:37 pm

  87. hi ask ko lang po kung nag aacept po kau ng reservation? malau panamn po ung bksyon namin nag canvas palang po kami.

    commemnt by: ruby -may 27,2009 @ 9:20 pm

    Comment by ruby collada — May 27, 2009 @ 9:12 pm

  88. wow! your website has helped a lot about sagada!
    lam nu bang dream place ko ito and it’s only this time
    that i could go there? A gazillion thanks to you visitsagada team! God bless you guys!
    we’ll try to stay at Residential lodge pag may available room pa. Hope “tita Mary’ will reply to my texts..

    Comment by Fev — June 1, 2009 @ 5:33 pm

  89. ask ko lang, we’re planning to stay 4 days and three nights at Residential lodge? how much would it cost us kaya?
    Actually tomorrow na kame travel to sagada. hope you coukd help on this. thankssss

    Comment by Fev — June 1, 2009 @ 5:35 pm

  90. hi there! your site is really nice, it’s quite informative. anyway, just want to ask if it’s safe to go to Sagada alone? also, is it still OK to go to Sagada in june/july/september? i mean, is the weather there still good during those months? lastly, you said that a private room in Residential Lodge costs about 250/head. what if I want the room (the one with a private toilet) for myself, how much will it cost me? i really hope you could help me out. i definitely want to go to sagada, i’m just trying to fix my sked (and my budget as well hehe). thanks so much in advance :)

    Comment by May — June 3, 2009 @ 9:15 pm

  91. Tita Mary is by far the most hospitable and caring innkeeper that i’ve met! Hindi sya mahirap kausap kahit ang gulu-gulo mo na…she even made us some fruit salad! the place is rather simple and yet you will surely recommend the place to other prospective visitors–I do!!

    Comment by TBB — June 29, 2009 @ 10:33 pm

  92. hi.ask ko lng,if di pa tumaas ang rent jan sa sagada?i and may clasmates are planing to visit ther spots..

    Comment by fhay bee — August 24, 2009 @ 3:46 pm

  93. nope. the rates are still the same.

    Comment by Benj — August 24, 2009 @ 7:50 pm

  94. WOULD YOU PLEASE PROVIDE US SOME INFO HOW MUCH IS THE COST. TOUR PACKAGE ABOUT 9 PAX, 3D/2N. PROBABLY MONTH OF NOVEMBER. THX.

    Comment by GHIE — August 27, 2009 @ 5:02 pm

  95. [...] Residential Lodge – 0919 672 8744 George’s Guesthouse – 0918 548 0406 [...]

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  96. hi there,,
    my friends and i are planning a 3 day trip to sagada..our route would be banaue-sagada-baguio..do you think it’s safe.?how about the weather.?di delikado ang byahe.?

    Comment by louie — September 7, 2009 @ 8:48 am

  97. and if you don’t mind,,can you please e-mail me the things we should not forget..thanks..

    Comment by louie — September 7, 2009 @ 8:49 am

  98. Just got back from 3 day trip in Sagada. Residential Lodge is the best place to stay, same rate and Tita Mary is so mabait.

    Comment by Arcie — September 9, 2009 @ 11:39 am

  99. I celebrated my 3_th birthday at Saumaguing Cave….I survived the challenge and looking forward to visit Sagada and go back to Sumaguing again.

    Comment by Arcie — September 9, 2009 @ 11:44 am

  100. Tita Mary thank you for the warm hospitality and the gift. Looking forward to see you again

    Comment by Arcie — September 9, 2009 @ 2:18 pm

  101. I went there this just Sept 6, 2009. I had a wonderful experience in Sagada and to add it being more memorable was the hospitality of our hostess “TITA MARY” as we fondly called her from the Residential House (the blue house). Though we took a longer route incidentally via Banaue it was worth it. It was raining in Manila and we boarded the Banaue trip via Florida Bus Line in Forbes across UST. The trip Manila to Banaue was P435/hd and we were a bit a minute late when we arrived at the terminal. Since it rained also in the North we hiked our way to one landslide blackage and luckily enough we were fetched by a van driver and negotiated and haggled our way to Bontoc but it costs us P1,500 (which was a mistake we did). But one benefit was he led us to the Banaue rice terraces and had our pics taken. In fairness he offered us a tour trip within Banaue but we declined due to time constraint though the invitation is too inviting to resist. After 3hours of trip to Bontoc we were dropped at the BONTOC-SAGADA jeepney ride which was P50 fare and a 45 min ride. Then upon arriving at Sagada luckily enough with the heavy bags we brought we were dropped off in fron of the Lodge because if it had not then we could have ourselves rolled over down the road with the bags to Tita Mary’s place. Maybe lady luck was on our side when we had to meet 2 guys Dennis and Jury who had stayed and waited for us to arrive to tag along to Sumaguing Cave in the afternoon which is practical money wise for us all. And at long last we met Tita Mary who has been monitoring our trip and became our textmate along the way. A very charming and english spokeing woman at that. Because people there are more comfortable speaking English with tourists and they are trained to be and they have sunday schools for that take note. The acomodation was supposed to be P250 if we use the tub but we opted not so we were only charged for P200/day (not bad right?). After a quiet refreshing routine and taking our lunch at the Yoghurt House we went back to met the guys to register ourselves (I am with Arcie who celebrated the birthaday that day at the cave) at the Municipal Hall and find us our tour guide Alfred (highly recommended) which costs us P500 for the four of us all…..

    Comment by Joy Tolentino — September 9, 2009 @ 5:44 pm

  102. …We went to the burial cave first which for us was the beginning of a long winding trek…after the downward slope going down we sweat ourselves our way up because we were not expecting of these trails at the beginning and we were already wondering why we need to survive Sagada and the reason began to shine then. And when it was the IT(Sumaguing Cave) we were on the part of resigning to the idea and forget the whole thing of us entering the Sumaguing Cave because of the darkness in front of us but we found the courage and the strength from the guys we have around. We were just saying that this is a waste if we will not push the idea to enter the cave and it was so overwhelming of what we experienced as we struggle down the slopes and see the journey to the center of the earth for us. We never regret that we did and after all the trail that we successfully surpassed we can say….Arcie and I…Survived Sagada….I felt it was the climax of it all…..

    Comment by Joy Tolentino — September 9, 2009 @ 6:05 pm

  103. ….to everything thanks to Tita Mary, Belen her niece, our new friends ..Dennis and Jury..and most of it all…to God who saved us from any accidents….for all its worth..it will always live in our minds and right now we are spreading the experience..looking forward to go back this time with friends, less baggages and more fit..pls take note there are lots of internet cafes there…have a good trip to Tita Mary’s next guests…

    Comment by Joy Tolentino — September 9, 2009 @ 6:25 pm

  104. I highly recommend Residential Lodge and the route from Manila to Baguio via Victory Liner and from Baguio .. Baguio to Sagada via GL Bus which will give you between 12 to 13 hrs travel time….Tita Mary of the Lodge is very accomodating and makes sure you reach the place through her cell….

    Comment by Joy Tolentino — September 9, 2009 @ 6:39 pm

  105. its my first time to visit sagada..from baguio how can go to sagada..is there a package trip going to sagada i mean of course excluding accomodations..just how to get to sagada and how much will it cost me coming from baguio…?thanks

    Comment by jun — September 17, 2009 @ 5:42 am

  106. my boyfriend and i will visit sagada next week.what are the best places you suggest we should go.we dont have much time were only staying there from tues-thursday.that’s our only leave’ from work thats eh. from all the comments i think the place of tita mary is a nice place..hmm..do we have to reserve now?or can we just walk in,it’s not peak season ayt.?

    Comment by rosh — September 17, 2009 @ 6:59 pm

  107. Yeah, you should reserve now. :)

    Comment by Benj — September 18, 2009 @ 5:31 pm

  108. yeah.reserved!

    Comment by rosh — September 19, 2009 @ 3:00 pm

  109. Can we bring alcoholic drinks inside Residential loddge?? If yes.. Can we drink there?? TIA…

    Comment by Jan — September 22, 2009 @ 7:34 am

  110. Hi Jan, yes you may. :) Just make sure that you keep your voices low. Most of the other guest rest real early since they want to be ready for another day of activities the next day. Each floor has a common area – you may even invite other guests to join you. Residential Lodge is a community really. :)

    Comment by Benj — September 22, 2009 @ 12:17 pm

  111. hi there, my friends and i were planning to have a get together.. usually nagswimming lng kme, pro po for a change wer planning na mag nature trippings.. one of my friend suggest sagada. ask ko lng po kung my available pang rum kc wer planning to go der mga last wik ng october..

    Comment by zarah — October 4, 2009 @ 11:22 pm

  112. Please call the number to reserve. This is a blog – not an official website. thanks.

    Comment by Benj — October 5, 2009 @ 2:28 am

  113. http://kentbryanblanche.blogspot.com/2010/01/sagada-is-not-safe-place-anymore.html

    please check the link ,

    WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Mt — January 6, 2010 @ 7:10 am

  114. As much as I commiserate and empathize with what happened to you, I cannot find it in me to support your vengeful idea that you ALONE can affect the tourism in Sagada. The tone is just plain annoying.

    Yours is but a blip and an anomaly in the entire Sagada experience. Ask a hundred people and it’s likely that 95 or more will have a favorable experience of Sagada.

    Now, if you think maligning Sagada, Residential Lodge and the idea of going their will get you the justice that you say you deserve, then bring it on. Let’s duke it out and let’s see who wins – people who want to help Sagada or those who want to destroy its reputation.

    Cheers.

    Comment by Benj — January 6, 2010 @ 2:23 pm

  115. @ 113 Sorry that your stuff were stolen. That really sucks. But if you want to gather sympathy to what happened to you by threatening the livelihood of a whole community then you are mistaken. “hindi ako sa nanakot din po im currently working in the web based specially blogs, kaya simple lang maaring bumagsak ang turismo sa sagada,” Is it fair to punish everyone for a crime committed by one or a few people? You are not gaining sympathy, it may actually backfire. I do hope however, that justice will be served to you.

    Crimes have happened everywhere in the Philippines but it hasn’t discouraged people from traveling.

    Comment by Hello, Is It Me You're Looking For — January 6, 2010 @ 3:20 pm

  116. I think Benj is an @sshole because that bad thing didn’t happened to him.. Well I really hope it would happen to you so you will know how those unfortunate people felt.. the person that was wronged didn’t get justice.. because the lodge failed to preserve their security not to mention also their reservation. It is just right for those person to tell the story.. it’s their right and it’s everyone’s right to know their safety and security. Sagada is a nice place but let’s be real here and learn our lessons to make it a better place and not just sugar coating the situation. I myself would still want to go to sagada after hearing their story but thanks to them I will be more aware..

    Comment by Mr_Stryper — January 6, 2010 @ 9:56 pm

  117. Where did you get the idea that I didn’t want them to share their story?

    I did post the link, right?

    Read this again:

    As much as I commiserate and empathize with what happened to you, I cannot find it in me to support your vengeful idea that you ALONE can affect the tourism in Sagada. The tone is just plain annoying.

    Yours is but a blip and an anomaly in the entire Sagada experience. Ask a hundred people and it’s likely that 95 or more will have a favorable experience of Sagada.

    Now, if you think maligning Sagada, Residential Lodge and the idea of going their will get you the justice that you say you deserve, then bring it on. Let’s duke it out and let’s see who wins – people who want to help Sagada or those who want to destroy its reputation.

    Cheers.

    Comment by Benj — January 6, 2010 @ 10:58 pm

  118. I don’t totally have the same opinion as what said of their blogs. Dahil ba sa hindi nangyari sa akin ang kamalasmalasan na insidente na nangyari sa mga kasamahan ko sa Sagada. Siguro. Pwede. Pero hindi ko rin masisisi ang lahat na yon sa pagaakalang ligtas ang isang lugar laban sa mga masasama at mapagsamantalang nilalang. Meron tayong responsibilidad na maging aware sa mga nakapaligid sa atin. Maging seguridad man ng buhay o bagay. Kahit san man lugar tayo magpunta, yung ating sense of awareness ay hindi dapat macompromise. Be it in the security of your own home o sa ibang bahay.

    Taon taon, padagdag ng padagdag ang mga turistang bumibisita o dumadayo sa lugar na eto. Masarap kasi. Presko, malamig, relaxing, peaceful, malayo sa ingay at problema ng buhay. Syempre, habang dumadami ang tao, dumadami din ang establisyamento. Dumadami ang opurtunidad sa mga mangangalakal at negosyante. Pero sa lahat ng pagunlad na nagaganap sa probinsyang eto, hindi mawawala ang hirap ng buhay na nararanasan ng karamihan ng taong naninirahan dito. Kakambal ng ginhawa ang hirap. At siguro nga, sa hirap ng buhay, sadyang may mga ganitong taong namamantala at nanloloko. Kahit san man lugar eh, hindi naman nawawala yan.

    Ang nais lang naman natin, ay maisatuwid ang insidente na naganap. Mapanagot ang nagkasala, o hindi man, mai-report sa tamang kinauukulan para sa tamang aksyon. Pero not to the expense na hilahin natin pababa ang buong turismo ng lugar. Syempre may mga tao rin na namumuhay sa kabutihan at tapat sa paglilinkod sa mga dayuhan ng lugar. Hindi naman maaari na sirain natin ang reputasyon ng nakararaming inosenteng naghahanapbuhay ng disente laban sa iilang taong naguudyok ng kasamaan.

    Let’s all be rational. Huwag basta basta magpadala sa bugso ng hinanakit o damdamin. Lets all be careful of our words. Masakit man o hindi katanggaptanggap ang nangyari, ipaubaya na natin sa mga kinauukulan at huwag na tayo magakusa ng mga taong wala namang basehan. Lets give them (Tita Mary) the benefit of the doubt.

    Though I am part of the party that went to Sagada at the time the incident happened. I sincerely apologize for the right choice of words my friends have delivered to disseminate awareness and consciousness towards the misfortune that had taken place. If anyone got offended with those, that’s because it is said in sheer anger and bitterness or a burst of initial reaction towards the unpleasant event. I’m sure they don’t mean anything by it and they just want something to happen before someone gets the same experience that they endured.

    Cool lang tayo! CHILLAX… WATCHAMUVIE!

    Ika nga ni Kuya Kim… MAPANURI… MAPANGMATYAG… MAPANGAHAS…. MATANGLAWIN!

    http://jhersey33.multiply.com/journal/item/93/The_Sagada_Incident…_BEWARE

    Comment by jhersey33 — January 7, 2010 @ 10:08 pm

  119. Is early February peak season in Sagada? Pupunta kami ng boyfriend ko first week ng Feb, sana maluwag ang accommodations sa Residential Lodge. The fewer people, the better, hehe.

    I’m so excited to see the caves and see the clouds below me, while I stand on the mountain peaks. Yay!

    Comment by Hatsumomo — January 16, 2010 @ 8:18 pm

  120. ask ko lng kong pwede din b ung mga elders sa sagada?

    Comment by almars facunla — February 10, 2010 @ 11:50 am

  121. Hi! Good Day!

    May i know your room rates just an overnight stay for my family. We are 5 pax, and do u have any personal guide for us to guide in some interesting site. We have our own car. Please let me know how much. Thanks….

    girlie

    Comment by Girlie D. Villamor — February 19, 2010 @ 1:47 pm

  122. ay mabalin makicomment es? hehe!

    @120: everyone is welcome in sagada! :-)

    room rates?: ranging from Php200-250/head/night.

    Comment by iamanigorot — February 25, 2010 @ 12:01 pm

  123. shangrila, sagada.. the place to be… :-)

    Comment by iamanigorot — February 25, 2010 @ 5:27 pm

  124. hellooo!!!=)

    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE.we stayed there last dec 2009.sobrang maasikaso si tita mary.we also had a fun time with her apo jasmine.pag sat,its market day.we bought veggies and smoke meat tapos nakiluto kami.twas my first time to eat smoke meat at sobrang sarap pala.=)when it comes to the local guides,kuya alfred is the best.he’s so informative.he was our guide for the 3-day-stay we had in sagada.

    Comment by angelie mae salamena — February 28, 2010 @ 2:51 am

  125. i do recommend auntie mary’s place too (residential lodge). please make your reservations as early as possible for the holy week para hindi po tau magkaubusan ng rooms. :-)

    i might go to sagada for the holy week kaya see you guys in sagada! :-)

    Comment by iamanigorot — March 2, 2010 @ 12:08 am

  126. hi…

    ask ko lang if may available pang rooms for 10 people????

    ppreserve sana aq for holy week…

    3days and 2nights kmi sa sagada dun…

    pls advice me asap…

    thank you…

    Comment by AngeL — March 3, 2010 @ 9:33 pm

  127. please contact auntie mary po and ask kung meron pa. here’s the number: 09296257419…

    kung wala na po, baka dun kayo sa amin papupuntahin… hehehe! joke joke! :-p

    Comment by iamanigorot — March 4, 2010 @ 10:51 pm

  128. Hi we are planning to go Sagada by 3rd week of Sagada.We are 9,4 adults and 6 children ages 1 to 17. Can you give me an affordable accomodation rate good for 2 days. We prefer something that we can prepare our light meals.Thank you.

    Comment by mountainsoul — March 12, 2010 @ 3:58 pm

  129. Magandang Hapon po!
    Nais ko posanang inquire tungkol sa inyong lodge.
    Magkano po at ilang oras po ang biyahe kung manggagaling po kami sa banaue to sagada.
    at gaano po kalayo ang sagada to baguio.
    magkano po ang ang room ninyo for one night. May ksama po kaming bata. 3 tao po sa isang kuwarto.
    Punta po kami sa sagada sa April 4,2010.
    Malapit po ba kayo sa town or cave ng sagada.
    Ano po ang contact number ninyo.
    Umaasa po ng inyong reply.

    ms. Edmelyn

    Comment by Ms. Edmelyn — March 13, 2010 @ 9:55 pm

  130. hi..more power, your a big help to all.

    may i ask lang if ever, is there any bus transit scheduled from sagada going back to manilae na morning or around mga 12 nunn ang alis? wala pa kc kaming ticket pabalik ng manila and fully book na residential lodge help naman po..thank you!

    Comment by imee — March 26, 2010 @ 9:13 pm

  131. hi..more power, your a big help to all! (edited)

    may i ask lang if ever, is there any bus transit scheduled from sagada going back to manila na morning or around mga 12 nunn ang alis(from sagada)? wala pa kc kaming ticket pabalik ng manila and one thing fully book na residential lodge help naman po kung meron pa po kayung irerecommend re accomodation? were scheduled on APRIL 1 to 4 via MLA to BANAUE route..thank you very much!

    Comment by imee — March 26, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

  132. hi..more power, your a big help to all! (edited)

    may i ask lang if ever, is there any bus or jeep scheduled from sagada going back to manila na (sunday)morning or around mga 12 nunn ang alis(from sagada)? wala pa kc kaming ticket pabalik ng manila and one thing fully book na residential lodge help naman po kung meron pa po kayung irerecommend re accomodation? were scheduled on APRIL 1 to 4 via MLA to BANAUE route..thank you very much!

    Comment by imee — March 26, 2010 @ 9:27 pm

  133. hi! i txted the number for residential inn but nobody replied. =< do u have any other contact numbers for them? thanks!

    Comment by piper — April 12, 2010 @ 9:53 am

  134. hi there…just wanna ask..do you have a room for 1 person only…will there be complimentary meal or 250php is just for the accomodation…thanks in advance… =)

    Comment by kris baino — April 22, 2010 @ 11:19 pm

  135. Hi -

    I got lost with all the comments. Can someone give me the most recent number of Tita Mary? Me and my friends are planning to go to Sagada on May 29 – 31.

    Thanks in advance.

    Dave

    Comment by dave g — May 13, 2010 @ 8:41 am

  136. Hi, I commend you for promoting tourism in Sagada. With your blogs, i was convinced to visit the place this August. Which would you recommend more: George Guesthouse or Residential lodge? What are their advantages and disadvantages? Thanks.

    Comment by Gia — May 26, 2010 @ 2:27 am

  137. anyone here knows how to get in touch with this “Tita Mary” ill be goign there tomorrow…alone…please let me know!!

    Comment by angelica laura — May 26, 2010 @ 5:08 pm

  138. salamat, kuya and tita mary
    to sagada community. its been a year since i visit you, pro hangang ngaun my hang-over p din ng saya. ambabait ng tao at ang ganda ng lugar

    Comment by isidra — May 26, 2010 @ 11:20 pm

  139. The last time I visited Sagada was June of 2009, We stayed at Tita Mary’s Lodge for 7 days! It is almost a year now but I still smell the pine trees and the warm hospitality of Tita Mary, Kuya Arnie,Evelyn, and of course our Baby Jasmin ( Tita Mary’s Apo )! Missing her really bad! If it wasn’t of my busy schedule,I’ll spend another week or two! And until now, I’m still craving for that YOGURT and the distinct taste of that LEMON PIE of Aling Katrina! Miss SAGADA so much!

    Comment by eves — May 30, 2010 @ 1:33 am

  140. I don’t think the link to the official website is working. :(

    Comment by reen — June 30, 2010 @ 6:59 pm

  141. my classmate and i is taking our thesis this sem and we’re doing a study on sagada. we need help in finding a place to stay and finding someone to interview and what sites to visit in sagada..can anyone help us please…we’re planning to go there this august 12 or 13..thanks…

    Comment by JM Villareal — July 27, 2010 @ 1:05 am

  142. HI me and my friends want to go to sagada this coming November 2010. and I heard many things about mary’s lodge. where can we make the booking?

    Comment by Megz — July 28, 2010 @ 11:20 am

  143. Please call the number. :) Thanks

    Comment by Benj — July 28, 2010 @ 12:09 pm

  144. Hi. I would like to reserve for 15 persons on October 22-24, 2010.

    Comment by Grace Escalona — August 11, 2010 @ 3:43 pm

  145. HI. I’M planning to spend 4dyas 3 nights there on christmas. so, do i need to book now in advance. we are only two. and I want a room for us. thanks.
    Ems

    Comment by emy marinas — October 14, 2010 @ 2:24 pm

  146. Hi there,

    I do hope someone’s still checking this site. The whole thing has actually been very helpful. I’m planning for a trip probably late this November or early to mid December and will probably be checking in with Tita Mary’s Residential Lodge due to the comments I’ve been reading here.

    Just a quick question, since I’m currently in the U.S. I’d really appreciate it if someone can give me Tita’s email address. I have some inquiries to make and possibly would like to book a reservation.

    Thanks much and more power!

    Comment by JV — November 3, 2010 @ 12:01 am

  147. Hi guys kagagaling ko lng po ng sagada last oct 31-nov 2 2010 super bait ni mommy mary promise just txt or call her no. 09196728744 rerply sya agad, sabi ko ng super sikat sya sa internet bcoz of visit sagada at ang daming magagadang commecnt about her… guys promise hindi talga kau magsisisi super feel at home ka dun sa house ni mommy mary mabait pati mga staff nya…. free coffee pa tapos alam nyo ba nag ka problem kami kasi wala palang byahe ng bus pabalik ng baguio kasi undas eh hindi kami pwede madelay ng best friend ko kasi my work kami eh guess what … tinawagan ni mommy mary ung contact nya sa cable tours para i reserve kami at hindi lng un hintid nya pa kami mismo grabe wala talga akong ma say pag balik ko ng sagada bibigyan ko talga si mommy ng bongang bongang pasalubong!!!

    Comment by neza — November 3, 2010 @ 1:26 am

  148. hi guys!
    we’re planning to stay in Sagada this coming Nov 27 – 29.
    As per this blog, mostly recommends residential Inn.. so malamang maganda ang place..
    makakapagrelax ba talaga don.. i mean ok ba ang place talaga.. malinis ang room.. mabango.. cozy..??

    and also, prang kawawa nman ang kotse kung dadalhin..
    may van ba na byahe ppntang Sagada?

    also yng 6-7 hours na travel.. ganon pa din ba til now?
    or shorter na.. bka ok na ang daan..?

    Comment by CJ — November 9, 2010 @ 2:35 am

  149. hi guys, we are planning to visit sagada nov 26-nov 29. we have additional slots sa van, anyone interested to join us, kindly email us anywhere.phils@yahoo.com.

    Comment by anywhere — November 14, 2010 @ 3:18 am

  150. I will be here at tita mary’s residential lodge by 18th of december as promised. Nakapagpareserve na kami .. so GUys andbody who wants to come along this DECEMBER 18th residential lodge ni Tita Mary.. sumabay na kayo

    we will travel via Manila-Baguio-Sagada

    this is Neal ( teomalen@yahoo.com
    09272644525 hahahha tita Mary pinopromote ko na po kayo para sa turismo kahit hindi pa namin nakikita ang place.. we knew it is a beautiful place..

    maraming salamat po ulit.. see you soon

    Comment by neal — November 28, 2010 @ 1:14 pm

  151. We will be in sagada on January 8-11 planning on staying at tita marys lodge as per recommended here on the website kaya lang i’ve tried calling and texting her hindi sya sumasagot.. ok ba na mag walk in lang sa sagada and find a place if ever wla kaming macontact? help pls.. thanks in advance

    Comment by katie — January 5, 2011 @ 11:37 am

  152. Tita mary was very accomodating and super nice during our stay in residential Lodge last jan2-5 no problem on that. Then a group of supposed to be JOLLIBEE supervisors came they were so noisy at night and early dawn, shouting at each other since they stayed in several rooms at 4:30am when it was chilly and everybody else were asleep. Uneducated people so to speak, can’t keep their voices down, these JOLLIBEE supervisors were so messy said Tita Mary, they thought and act like they were the only guests in the house. So pissed off…

    Comment by hunny — January 6, 2011 @ 3:42 pm

  153. Me and my GF is planning to go Sagada on April. I just wanna asked how much is the rate of staying in tita Mary’s lodge. we’re planning to stay for 5 days 6 nights. I like it if there will be a kitchen and a bathroom inside.

    Comment by JR. — January 8, 2011 @ 10:38 pm

  154. i am going there tomorrow and i think i’m gonna stay at her place, mukang maganda naman talaga according to you guys, ayt, i’ll sure tell her that this site recommended it.. :)

    Comment by richie — January 11, 2011 @ 10:24 pm

  155. good day po. wow overwhelmed ako sa mga nabasa ko, gusto ko pumunta…my big family paln to come on March 19-23, 2011, and because Tita mary and her residential lodge is highly recommende, kaya po ba i-accomodate ang 24 pax sa buong RL? we are a mix group from young of 8 years old to 11 to young teeners to young adults and adults and a and some of really lolo age…can we also prepare some of our meals like agahan and or meryenda? Well not all pax can maybe survive the long hikes and thrill of caves but there are managable sights that we can also visit, right? please do reply as we have to plan coz we are kinda big group, syempre also we have to budget and we want to brave the road and bring our own cars, mostly van-type like innova, crosswind and an old starex…kakayanin po ba? how about the route of vizcaya banaue-sagada from the baguio-bontoc-sagada route, alin ba ang mas preferable na mas manageable for our drivers, madalas naman kami byahe magbaguio but first time dito sa sagada kung sakali…of course scenic but will it be scary too?…please, please do let me know agad, so we can plan…maraming salamat

    Comment by lisa g — January 13, 2011 @ 4:52 pm

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  157. my friends were planning to stay at your place…meron ba kayo room for 2 person with t.v and bathroom?and the rest of my friends will stay in other room

    Comment by des — January 23, 2011 @ 9:02 pm

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  159. hi! my bf and I are planning to stay at residential lodge from march 16-20.. about how many days/weeks should we reserve ahead of time? thanks.. i already texted tita mary but there’s no response yet. thanks!

    Comment by gyll — February 28, 2011 @ 9:07 am

  160. Hi All,

    baka may alam po ng bagong cp# ng residential lodge.
    kasi hindi nag reply sa cp# na lagay….please po kasi gusto naming pumunta sa SAGADA.

    Comment by mary ann alano — February 28, 2011 @ 12:41 pm

  161. Greetings out there to the people manning this wonderful site VISITSAGADA.COM. It’s my first time to post. My family of 5 & a couple (total of 7 persons) are visiting Sagada during the Holy Week April 20-23, 2011. We’re taking the Manila-Banaue-Sagada-Baguio-Manila route. It’s our first time & I would like to inquire if it’s safe & advisable to bring my 34 month old well-maintained Toyota Innova especially from Nueva Vizcaya going up Banaue towards Sagada. My ride’s not a 4 wheel drive. Secondly, where can I access in the internet a detailed road map from Manila to Nueva Vizcaya to Banaue to Sagada so we will not get lost along the way. If you have websites can you share it too? And lastly which transient house or Inns can you recommend preferably with own private T&B. Yung comfortable & has a good view. The couple is our guest & we would not want to disappoint them. Medyo mapili rin sa accomodations sila based on their trips locally & abroad. Thanks & may your tribe increase. God Bless!

    Comment by ed — March 6, 2011 @ 1:51 pm

  162. what is residential lodge’s new number po?salamat :)

    Comment by Treasure — April 9, 2011 @ 10:53 am

  163. Ganun pa din kaya ang price na 400 per room for 2???hindi pa nmn cgro peak season ang Aug dyn di ba?..first time kasi namin pupunta dyan kung sakali eh..

    Comment by OBLAKZ — April 14, 2011 @ 4:23 am

  164. Hi po!
    Mag last minute reservation po sana ako. pero indi na po ata working ung both numbers ni tita Mary.
    Is it possible to get her updated number. maraming salamat po

    Comment by Rowena Viagedor — April 19, 2011 @ 1:43 pm

  165. Hello, is it possible to get the actuall no. and e-mail address of Residential Lodge. I sent my reservation per text and email and got no answer. Thanks.

    Comment by Eva Reccius — May 20, 2011 @ 5:57 am

  166. Love Residential Lodge, I miss Sagada, I hope to be back soon, I even wish I live there :-)

    Comment by Ellie — August 31, 2011 @ 4:41 pm

  167. plan to book oct 27-30 but i have not received any text from tita mary…how can we make reservations? pls. help thanks.

    Comment by petrapie — October 20, 2011 @ 6:37 pm

  168. My sagada sched is set thanks a million to this site, you guys are champs.. I just want to ask an off topic question that I wish to get honest answer from honest people like you guys .. Would a hedonist like myself find a safe green haven in sagada?? Is it easy to come by? any chance of contact?? pls email me for private answers or pls reply .. peace to you all.. ciao

    Comment by Juan Lazy — October 24, 2011 @ 2:47 pm

  169. [...] to select from. Prices for accommodation are flattering most a same for roughly all establishments. Residential Lodge is standard of a guest houses in Sagada – charging P200-250 (US$4.50-$5.50) per chairman for [...]

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  170. Tita,
    Please do not forget my reservation. Jun Villegas po ito, I stayed there din po last year. TY PO

    Comment by Jun Villegas — December 1, 2011 @ 3:16 pm

  171. Hi Visit Sagada. Here is the new and updated website/blog and contact information of the Residential Lodge sagadaresidentiallodge.blogspot.com Thank you for putting us in this website.

    Comment by Residential Lodge — December 13, 2011 @ 3:42 pm

  172. hi po.
    just wanna inquire about room rates nyo po..balak po sana kami visit this 3rdweek of january.. pa email na lang po room rates nyo..2 persons lng po..tnx… here’s my email add..
    luis_julieann@yahoo.com
    tnx..and more power

    Comment by ann — January 5, 2012 @ 5:09 pm

  173. 3 days and 2 nights/ 2 persons / this coming holy week. thanks!

    Comment by ELLEN DE LARA — February 9, 2012 @ 4:07 pm

  174. hello….we plan to go there in april 20-22…wanna reserve a private room for two. we’re from angeles city, pampanga and wanna ask what is the best time to travel in bet. here to baguio to sagada, wanna reach the place at daytime:) kindly enlighten me and your quick response will be highly appreciated:) kindly reply at my email:)

    thank u very much!

    LISA

    Comment by anna liza m. suller — February 16, 2012 @ 10:17 am

  175. hi team,
    ask ko lang po anong best way papunta Sagada? commute lng po.. from Manila.. I’m planning to enjoy there but it was my first time to go there.. I’m also planning to invite my friends.. Thanks :)

    Comment by Ken.ken — February 20, 2012 @ 6:33 pm

  176. Hi! First, great website! Found a lot of useful information while planning our trip for this month. Can you suggest some good places to stay in that is close to the main road? It’s our first time going there and we don’t want to waste a lot of time walking too far from the lodge. Hopefully we can find a room with its private bathroom instead of communal. Thank you in advance!

    Comment by wanderer — February 27, 2012 @ 10:06 am

  177. Hi Visit sagada! we plan to go there on May 3-5 we wanna have reservation good for 10 pax can you can me good quotattion? Thank you…

    Hoping for your reply

    Comment by Mariene Celino — April 9, 2012 @ 10:15 am

  178. Hi! we were there last apr 29-30, 2012 staying in Residential Lodge accommodated by good and nice person, William. We have nothing to say negative about this place. we really appreciated the comfort, location, and the personality of the owner. we’re going back there these aug 18 (from baguio-banaue by aug 17) up to 21 coz we’re leaving baguio for manila-cebu by 22. we have to explore more spots and attractions in sagada. Thanks also for giving us reservation for these schedule. See u there!

    Comment by Robert — May 23, 2012 @ 4:14 pm

  179. Can I contact Ms. Daoas at the same mobile number? How about the rates?

    Comment by Andrea — May 26, 2012 @ 7:29 pm

  180. how much the cheapest room? or how much if we gonna stay for about 3 days?

    Comment by Charlotte jane taer — June 20, 2012 @ 5:55 pm

  181. Hi! Is Tita Mary still the contact person for this lodge? & Can you post her updated contact number, Thank you!

    God bless!

    -Kaycee Panga http://www.facebook.com/kaycee.panga

    Comment by Kaycee Panga — August 31, 2012 @ 3:57 pm

  182. hi im planning to have a vacation at sagada how much kaya ang pdng budget?

    Comment by leedee june — October 28, 2012 @ 1:03 am

  183. hi how much the budget going to sagada? i’m going there on December 22

    Comment by Judith — November 7, 2012 @ 3:40 am

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    Comment by tnathdpbt — November 23, 2012 @ 10:52 am

  185. Hi! everyone…I am so excited to visit sagada this month. Okey lang po kaya pag ganitong season pumunta dun with my 6yr. old daughter?…hope to hear from your guys…tnx and God bless :)

    Comment by Honz — December 2, 2012 @ 8:07 am

  186. How much the budget going sagada from Manila

    Comment by Bicolanang Lakwatsera — December 12, 2012 @ 8:51 am

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