Home is where your heart is. You can say that you’re home when you feel most relaxed. When we visited Casa San Pablo, I felt like I just visited my relatives in my hometown. I’ve read a lot of wonderful stories from families who stayed in Casa San Pablo and my own experience just proved how it was like having a vacation at the resort.
Casa San Pablo is a cozy bread and breakfast inn inside a family compound. There are many things that can make Casa San Pablo different from other B & B is their modernized yet traditional setting, grand in nature and a place that will take you back to your childhood days. Every room has a unique theme and the old set of antique furniture will make you feel nostalgic. Boots Alcantara, an avid art collector and hobby enthusiast and his wife An Alcantara, a writer and magazine editor run Casa San Pablo. The B & B inn is surrounded by a hundred year old trees and and were planted even before the house was built. The pine trees will make you feel like you’re in Baguio and the portable hammocks under the trees will give you a very relaxing feeling. Imagine yourself in a swing with your favorite book or just walk around the green yard with your kids. Truly home that is!
During our stay, the kids also got the chance to play part in native cooking demo. It was rare because this kind of activity is not only interesting but educational too. The owners/innkeepers, Boots and An Alcantara, (innkeepers as what they call themselves) are very warm and always make sure that their guests are comfortable during their stay.
Casa San Pablo