Thursday, April 4

Sulyap Bed & Breakfast

My love for the archaic, ancient, centenarian and venerable old houses lead me to the post-card perfect Sulyap Bed & Breakfast located in Brgy. Del Remedio, San Pablo City, Laguna.

There are two old houses in the compound which both came from different parts of the country.  The first one is the hotel's restaurant while the other one composes of five rooms: two upper floor rooms and three ground floor rooms.


Erected inside the Cocoland compound not far from Cosico Ave, one would feel she has been transported back in time.  A stay here overnight or dining in their restaurant would entitle guests to a free tour inside the hotel's museum.  For walk-in guests, fee is at P 100 per person which is open from 11 AM - 8 PM.


Paying Php 1800 per night with complimentary heavy breakfast is a bit expensive for a solo traveler.  However, the ambience and the experience more than made up for it.  Once ensconced in this serene sanctuary not far from the metro, I am sure you will feel fully rejuvenated and will be ready again to hit the city.


Below are some of the interior shots of one of the ground floor rooms. 





















How to go to Sulyap Bed & Breakfast 

From Manila or Cubao, take any bus bound for Quezon Province or to Bicol Region.  Tell the bus driver or conductor to drop you off at the junction facing San Pablo City Medical Center. Once alighted, cross the street towards Colago Avenue and wait for the jeepneys bound for downtown San Pablo (P 8). Once arrived at Puregold San Pablo (located at the left side), cross the street towards Cosico Avenue and wait again for jeepneys bound for Calamba etc (P 8).  You can also hire a trike from there. Kindly ask the driver to drop you off at the street to Cocoland Compound, Brgy. Del Remedio or just simply tell the driver you need to get off at Cocoland.  There is a waiting shed at the corner of the street leading to the gates of the hotel.  Trike is also optional. Fare may be at P 30.00 per ride. 




This house originally hails from Obando, Bulacan.
Hence the name Casa de Obando





Inside the Museum














UPDATE

1. Photography is no longer allowed inside the museum as per author's most recent visit in August 2014.
2. There is a newly transported old house which came from Alitagtag, Batanggas.  The rooms in this house are suited for families/group travelers.
3. The resort now has an outdoor pool exclusive only to hotel guests.

Rates & Reservations
For reservations, it is most advisable to contact the hotel directly via phone.  You can also make reservations via third party websites like Agoda.com but the price will be a lot expensive.  I sent them an e-mail initially but I did not receive a timely response.

Ground Floor*
Php 1,800.00 - Single occupancy 
Php 2,900.00 - Double occupancy 
Php 1,100.00 - Extra bed

Upper Floor*

Php 2,200.00 - Single occupancy 
Php 3,200.00 - Double occupancy 
Php 1,200.00 - Extra bed

*rooms come with a complimentary breakfast and mineral water at check-in. Ala Carte menu is also provided at the convenience of hotel guests wanting to take advantage of room service. The hotel kitchen is open until 9 PM. Rooms are equipped with cable TV, phone line and private bathroom.  Guests are provided duplicate room key to be surrendered upon departure.

*rates may vary from time this post has been published


Contact Information
Hotel phone numbers: (049) 5629735 / 5629740 
Website: sulyap.net
Email: roy@sulyap.net



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More photos here
 

12 comments:

  1. wala namang nagparamdam sayo during your stay at the B&B? he he he.

    the place really looks like an antique house but with modern facilities, eh? sayang you didn't get to have a shot of the hearty breakfast

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    1. Hello Batangala, well wala naman, old yung house pero re-refurbished na. I have shots of the hearty breakfast I will post in my facebook page.

      More than enough for little lady like me! ^_^

      Thanks!

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  2. The lighting makes the place more inviting. All those old houses/ancestral houses converted into a hotel gives us a feeling of living the grandeur of the old days.

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    1. Tama ka diyan Jherson. The rich and elite of the old times live in homes just like this :-)

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  3. what a lovely house! looks well-preserved.

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    1. And I hope many of our old homes will continue to be preserved.

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  4. what a lovely house esp the colorful window! looks well-preserved!

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    1. Yes and I'm glad because very rare for an old house to be preserved like this. ;-)

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  5. The place looks so comfy and I like the vibe of the area, "vintagey".

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    1. Yes it is McPol! Such a lovely, secluded place. :-)

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  6. This is interesting... I studied in Obando from elementary till high school na intriga ako kung saang parte ng obando siya nangaling.. I wanna visit tuloy...

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    1. Hi Ian! Just visited the place yesterday and there are improvements. visit it soon it's worth it! :-)

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