Where to Stay in Licuan-Baay, Abra

Accommodation in Licuan-Baay, Abra, Philippines
 

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Where to Stay in Licuan-Baay, Abra, Philippines

Licuan-Baay is a municipality just around 90 minutes away from Bangued along the Abra-Kalinga Road. It has a mountainous landscape, rising to an altitude of over 1500masl, with waterfalls, caves, hiking trails to be enjoyed by tourists who venture there.
Licuan-Baay is a great alternative to the overcrowded tourist spots of Baguio and Sagada. Here you can enjoy fresh cool mountain air and feel nature without the annoyance of traffic pollution or huge crowds.

The best way to appreciate the many attractions of Licuan-Baay is to spend a weekend or even a few days there in the company of family or friends. At the moment there are not many places to stay in Licuan-Baay. I have found three which are able to cater to the different groups of tourist – Homestay, Camping, and DIY Groups.

I am sure that there will be more in the near future as this new found tourist destination becomes more popular.

 

Baquero Country Inn sign, Where to stay in Licuan Baay
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Baquero Country Inn

Where – KM Post 464 Abra-Kalinga Road, Baquero, Licuan-Baay
Coordinates – 17°34′16.07″N 120°54′03.86″E

Prices Start from – P350/pax per night
Booking Contact – Baquero Country Inn

Mobile – 0927 869 2248
Email – bci2019@yahoo.com.ph

Why Stay at Baquero Country Inn?

Baquero Country Inn is a small Homestay situated along the Abra/Kalinga Road at KM Post 464. Being a family run business you are sure to feel at home here and is more for people that like a comfortable place to stay with all the amenities close at hand.
Their 464 Cafe is open all day for guests and also for passing travellers who would like a rest stop. You can enjoy a cup of freshly brewed local coffee and some cakes from their onsite bakery or order one of the delicious pizzas from the menu.
There are only two rooms available – one for a family and the other for a couple. Both rooms are nicely decorated with a local Tingguian feel to them.
In the evening you can keep warm sitting around the stone Firepit whilst having a beer or glass of wine, or just chill at the 464 Cafe listening to music.
Baquero Country Inn makes a good base for a weekend break or a few days away. Easily accessible from here are several  of Licuan-Baay’s tourist sites, including the Baluyen Rockies, Talaay Falls and Pine Forest, and Nagpaoayan Falls just to name a few. Just ask at reception for more details.

Since there are a limited number of rooms, be sure to book and confirm your stay.

Maney Hill Camp firepit, Licuan Baay, Abra, Philippines
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Maney Hill Camp

Where – Sitio Maney, Brgy Mugao, Licuan-Baay
Coordinates – 17°36′04.25″N 120°54′51.24″E

Prices Start from – P250/pax per night
Booking Contact – Maney Hill Camp

Why Stay at Maney Hill Camp?

If it is seclusion you are looking for, then Maney Hill Camp is the place for you. Bring your own tent and find your pitch on the lush green lawn that fronts the wooden chalet. Maney Hill Camp is the perfect place to unwind and relax. The Camp has its own fishponds where you can learn to fish and poultry for fresh eggs.

The kitchen is available for cooking (there is a small charge for the gas) and supplies can be bought in the village. For those who don’t have a tent, there is a tree house to stay in (just check availability when booking your stay).

There is no mains electricity on site. There is Solar powered outdoor and indoor lighting and a generator is available in the evenings to charge up your gadgets. Fresh clean Drinking water flows year round from a nearby spring and if you really do feel the need to connect to the internet there is an excellent cellular signal.

Maney Hill Camp is also an ideal setting for larger groups. Why not have a camping Family Reunion or a Team Building event and rent the whole site exclusively for your function.
Getting Married? Then Maney Hill Camp is an excellent place for your pre-nuptial photoshoot.
In the evening why not gather some dry wood, start a fire in the purpose built Firepit and sit around chatting, enjoying music and a drink in the cool mountain air. 

Adventure is also close at hand. There are hikes around the area to waterfalls and a mountain you can climb. Explore the town of Licuan or if you feel like going further afield there are the Talaay Falls in Brgy Bonglo for more adventure. Just ask the owners for their recommendations.

 

 

Hilltop Resthouse, Nagpaoayan, Abra, Philippines
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Hilltop Resthouse

Where – KM Post 474 Abra-Kalinga Road, Nagpaoayan, Licuan-Baay
Coordinates – 17°32′58.96″N 120°56′21.96″E

Prices Start from – P150/pax per night
Booking Contact – Mercy Kate Bayudang Wayagwag

Why Stay at Hilltop Resthouse?

Hilltop Resthouse is a detached small house with no close neighbours, along the Abra-Kalinga Road at an altitude of 1200 masl. You will enjoy the cool fresh air of the Cordillera mountains and clean water from a Spring.
The accommodation would suit small groups of Bikers, Hikers, and Friends who like a basic DIY lifestyle and do not mind how they sleep – in a hammock, on the floor, or on a bed. 
Bring your own food and cook for yourselves. Cooking utensils, cups and plates are not provided so don’t forget to bring them too.
The nearest store is in Aguibo, just 1.8km from Hilltop Resthouse and 800 metres after the Malibcong Welcome Arch. An alternative is to stock up at Baquero Country Inn ( 7.5km before Hilltop Resthouse) which sells fruit and vegetables, coffee and bakery goods on your way up.
Hilltop Resthouse is a real off-grid experience. There is no mains electricity but there is a generator to rent.
You can really get away from everything here as there is also no mobile signal. If you experience withdrawl symptoms then you can join the locals and head up to the Malibcong Boundary where there is reception but not always stable.
Hilltop Resthouse starting at P150 really is a bargain Budget sleep-over for small groups who are willing to rough it abit.
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