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Must-Visit Airbnb: Narra Hill, Tagaytay

Infinity pool. Photo by Narra Hill.

Tagaytay has recently announced that it is reopening its doors to tourists. In fact, some tourist spots, such as Sky Ranch, have been accepting tourists since September 11.

If you are planning to take advantage of the reopening, there’s one Airbnb we’d recommended for a much-needed R&R: Narra Hill.

Location

Photo by Narra Hill

Narra Hill offers a collection of 6 beautiful hillside kubos and villas – 4 of which can be currently rented via Airbnb – that overlook Taal Lake and volcano. Situated in Laurel, it takes less than a couple of hours to reach and about 20 to 30 minutes from Tagaytay’s bulalo joints and tourist attractions.

Photo by Narra Hill

Guests are surrounded by extensive gardens, a lagoon, and a waterfall. Lush and dreamy, the property is popular for intimate weddings, as well as private couple or family getaways. 

Accommodations

This boutique B&B offers 6 accommodation types (4 suites and 2 rooms) that can accommodate a total of 20 people. All accommodations use natural materials and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. 

Balcony Room. Photo by Narra Hill

The Balcony Room at the topmost area affords guests sweeping views of Taal Lake (the best on site, according to the management). The king-size bed opens directly to an extensive balcony overlooking Taal. It’s furnished with an en suite bathroom. It accommodates two, and thus, is best for couples. Rates start at P5,500 per night. 

Premier Suite. Photo by Narra Hill

Airy, roomy, and minimalist, the Premier Suite is, perhaps, the most opulent of the accommodations. It features a dining area, a kitchen, a living room, and an en suite bathroom with a bath tub. You have the option to choose from a 1-bedroom or a 2-bedroom suite. Rates range from P8,000 to P12,000.

Kubo Suite with the small plunge pool adjacent to it.Photo by Narra Hill

There are also a couple of Kubo Suites that share a small plunge pool and a bar that overlooks a creek. The suites range from P6,500 to P9,500 a night.

Kubo Room 2 is the cheapest at P5,500 per night and is equipped with a king bed, a private bath, and a panoramic view of Taal from its wraparound windows. 

In-room facilities include:

  • Private toilet and bath
  • Towels, bed sheets, all toiletries
  • Towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper
  • Air conditioning
  • Hair dryer

Rooms do not have TV and WiFi, ,making the perfect place to go off-the-grid and disconnect.

Food 

Breakfast in Family Suite.Photo by Narra Hill

Although doesn’t have its own restaurant, they provide complimentary breakfast and can cook set meals upon request. Guests rave about the generous servings and heartwarming cook on their dishes!

One of the suites, surrounded by lush gardens. Photo by Narra Hill

Note: Guests are welcome to bring their own water and chips. However, other outside food and beverages are not allowed. Bringing in of liquor comes with a hefty P300 corkage fee per bottle. 

Amenities

Infinity pool. Photo by Narra Hill

Guests have access to these amenities: 

  • Huge infinity pool by the suites,
  • Small plunge pool by the kubos
  • Gardens 
  • Organic greenhouse
  • Sauna
  • Free parking
  • Pavilion

One last reminder

Pavilion. Photo by Narra Hill

Guests must be 21 to 59 years old only to be able to reserve. They are required to present a valid ID upon check-in.

While the City Administration has announced that tourists are not required to present a travel pass when entering Tagaytay City, the national police force issued a reminder that this is only applicable to tourists coming from within Cavite. Because Tagaytay is under MGCQ, people arriving from outside of Cavite, especially those from GCQ areas, are still required to obtain and present a travel authorization from the proper authorities. 

Photo by Narra Hill

Leisure travel is not allowed under GCQ.

Furthermore, all tourists are required to fill out a health declaration form upon entering Tagaytay. They might also be passing through checkpoints en route to the city. 

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