Where to Stay in Sagada: Misty Lodge and Cafe

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Misty Lodge and Cafe was our homebase while in Sagada. Boyfriend and I were very happy with our decision to stay at Misty because the place was warm and cozy. The people were very accommodating and the overall ambience urged us to just relax and enjoy our stay. It was an ideal vacation house for us. ❤

Misty is a 15-minute walk from Sagada town proper. At first, boyfriend was complaining about how far it was from the establishments, but we got used to the distance eventually. I really didn’t mind the walk because the weather was cool and it felt good to walk with trees in every direction. We just made sure not to stay out late because there weren’t street lamps in some areas along our path.

Misty Lodge and Cafe

Misty Lodge and Cafe

Booking Process:

I made initial inquiries through the mobile number posted on their Facebook page. They replied consistently within a few hours after my messages. And even though I had a lot of questions about the lodge and about Sagada in general, they always had answers for me. I reserved 2 months before our trip and they required a 50% downpayment to confirm my booking.

At first, I wanted to reserve their room for 2 (with shared bathrooms) at Php 700 per night. But I found out that they had a cottage room that was separate from the main house which had its own bathroom. It was Php 1,500 per night for 2 people. It was still within our budget so we booked this instead. The cottage room rates may vary according to how many people will be staying. It can accommodate a maximum of 6 people.

View from the cottage room window <3

View from the cottage room window ❤

The night before our check-in date, they asked if we were already on our way and what time we would be arriving. I loved their personal approach to their guests 🙂

The Lodge:

The main house felt welcoming and very cozy. The house was constructed with wood for the most part so it really felt like a vacation house for me.

All wood <3

All wood ❤

I was thinking of borrowing a book from their library to read on my spare time, but I slept instead. LOL

I was thinking of borrowing a book from their library to read on my spare time, but I slept instead. LOL

We explored the house when we arrived and every nook was a perfect place to just sit back and relax.

Lounge area on the top floor

Lounge area on the top floor

Another library on the 2nd floor

Another library on the 2nd floor

The Cafe:

There are many must-try restaurants in Sagada but in our opinion, the food in Misty was the best we’ve tried. They serve a variety of food like pizza, burgers and steak!

Misty Cafe and Lodge menu

Misty Cafe and Lodge menu

One regret that we have is we only ate breakfast at Misty and ate out for lunch and dinner. We only ate dinner there during our last night and realized that the food was VERY good. Their breakfast was very good too but we don’t really judge based on breakfasts. LOL.

Misty's home cured beef sirloin a.k.a tapa. Delish! We also ordered bacon and Spam on different days but we forgot to take a photo.

Misty’s home cured beef sirloin a.k.a tapa. Delish! We also ordered bacon and Spam on different days but we forgot to take a photo.

Angus Minute Steak. The lighting during dinner was not good and I don't know much about photography to manipulate the colors. This was very tender! Boyfriend paired a beer with this. <3

Angus Minute Steak. The lighting during dinner was not good and I don’t know much about photography to manipulate the colors. This was very tender! Boyfriend paired a beer with this. ❤

Quattro Formaggi. Yummy! <3

Quattro Formaggi. Yummy! ❤

The cafe isn’t as jam packed during meal hours maybe because its location is a slight distance away from the town but a trip here would be worthwhile.

Fireplace at the cafe. They light this up at during dinner and breakfast at the guests' request.

Fireplace at the cafe. They light this up at during dinner and breakfast at the guests’ request. The owners love owls 🙂

Our Room:

The cottage room was very spacious for boyfriend and I. We enjoyed the view from our windows, the quiet, the privacy and our own bathroom.

Love the natural light in our room <3

Love the natural light in our room ❤

Shelves for the TV, our stuff and for food!

Shelves for the TV, our stuff and for food!

The room had 2 beds, shelves where we put our stuff, a TV and an electric fan (which we didn’t use).

Inside the cottage room

Inside the cottage room

There is a bonfire pit just outside the cottage room which we wanted to use during our last night, but it rained to our disappointment 😦 Other guests can also use the bonfire pit. They just have to ask permission from the guests staying in the cottage and minimize noise.

Overall Thoughts:

We love Misty! The cottage room is a  bit more expensive than other accommodations in Sagada but it was well worth it. Their food is delicious too! The boyfriend and I are thinking of going back to Sagada, and just sleep and eat in Misty for our whole stay – no more spelunking for us. LOL.

Cottage room with the bonfire area in front.

Cottage room with the bonfire area in front.

If you are planning a trip to Sagada, I highly recommend staying at or dining in Misty. 🙂

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