You are confined only by the walls you build yourself.
Surrounded by pine trees and sprawling lawns, charming country inn Casa San Pablo is the “Little Baguio” of Laguna. Avid art collector and hobby enthusiast Boots Alcantara and his wife An Mercado-Alcantara, writer and magazine editor, are the innkeepers. I personally meet the 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year awardee, Boots. He is very hands-on and down to earth. Their inn reflects their pursuit of contemporary and eclectic junk-turned-art and literary collections.
The following are the services, amenities, and activities offered by Casa San Pablo: meetings or seminars, team-building activities, swimming, basketball, massage, Frisbee, billiards, videoke, stargazing, acoustic band, and board games. The inn is also a Wi-Fi hot spot.
For a gustatory adventure Viaje del Sol, Casa San Pablo is a good jump off point to other destinations in the Laguna, Quezon and Batangas areas.
Casa San Pablo is not only a typical bed and breakfast, it is home.