TAGAYTAY: A Homey Stay at Casa Theresa

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Casa Theresa is not your ordinary staycation in Tagaytay.



This house in Tagaytay Country Homes 3 is not your ordinary "condo" staycation. Enjoy a stay with your family and friends like you own the house.

FEEL AT HOME

What I love in this place is that you are just living a "bigger" house (since I am not used to living in a huge home). The house itself is large. Their rooms are very spacious. The one we checked in can accommodate up to 4 persons with more space since the room has two (2) twin size beds.
Oh, don't forget to use their bathtub! I love bathing there, it was relaxing and soothing. You can also opt to choose hot water for it or when you take a shower.
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RUSTIC FEELS

I also appreciate the colors of their interior and their furniture. Woody and rustic. Mostly shade of brown. It only adds the homey vibe during our stay.

BOOKING INCLUSION

  1. FREE WIFI!!! (Top of the list! Ha ha ha! Oh, they have the fastest internet I had during our stay in Tagaytay! LOL)
  2. Bedroom for 2-4 pax. It has a separate 40-inch LED TV with cable programming and aircondition.
  3. Use of living and dining areas.
  4. Free water (and coffee? We actually brought our own. Please ask the host for it.) 
  5. You can ask them to cook for you upon request. Please do ask the host/owner for it if you want to.
  6. You can also ask them to bring you or fetch you from Olivares if you are going out. The host is very responsive! In just one message, you get a quick answer.
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NOTE: During our stay, we bought our own groceries and asked to them to keep our frozen goods. I also wanted to cook for our own. Nicely, they took it for us. That was appreciated. But if you really wanted to cook for your own, then you have just to ask them.
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WHERE TO EAT: Caffe Nativo

You'll also never get bored here. The following are also FREE OF USE:
  • Billiards
  • Videoke
  • X-Box
  • Board Games
  • Poker Set

HOW TO BOOK

The only way to book this BnB is via Facebook or text message. Please see contact details at the bottom of this article.


Here's a glimpse of the living and dining areas of Casa Theresa:

HOW TO GET TO CASA THERESA

All you have to do is go to Olivares and contact the host for them to fetch you. If you have your own vehicle, it is still better to contact the host before heading to Casa Theresa.

Casa Theresa Tagaytay

Image may contain: house, tree, plant, sky and outdoorAddress: Tagaytay Country Homes 3, Maitim 2nd West, Tagaytay, Cavite
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Casa-Theresa-800109403519416
Contact Number: 09152502672
Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12pm


I hope that this blog helps you decide where to stay on your next visit to Tagaytay. If you have comments and suggestions, please leave it down below. I regularly read them and respond when necessary. Thanks for dropping by!


This is part of our Tagaytay Trip in August 2018. Written by MJ Mutuc.

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