Located at #25 Brgy. Loma, Crisanto de los Reyes Avenue (Tagaytay-Amadeo Road), Amadeo, Cavite, at the outskirts of Tagaytay, Nana's Farm is a farm resort near Tagaytay that is a special place for people who need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can have the convenience of staying at a fully-furnished guest house as you get back to nature through farm activities like fruit and vegetable picking and camping. This private country home reconciles the provincial lifestyle with modern, sophisticated ways.
You can book a stay at this farm resort near Tagaytay via Airbnb at around PhP6,186 a night. Guests can stay in the private suite, which has a private entrance on the second floor of the guesthouse. Here, you also gain access to a private balcony and a kitchenette.
For more information, contact Nana’s Farm at 046 483 1483 and 0999 8886363.
Meanwhile, about a 30-minute ride from Tagaytay Rotonda, Alfonso Hotel Farm
is an excellent excuse to veer away from the city and unwind in the countryside. It is at Gov. Remulla Street, Barangay Pajo, Alfonso, Cavite. This family-owned farm resort near Tagaytay
features two hectares of lush greenery and beautiful landscapes. You can enjoy a picnic, a horse ride, or a stroll around the garden or riverside. This nature resort in Tagaytay also has a swimming pool, nipa huts, function rooms, and team-building facilities.
The rates range from PhP2,000 to PhP4,000. For bookings and inquiries, contact Alfonso Hotel Farm at 0922 8387714 and 0923 4064657.
Truly, Tagaytay has a lot to offer for any type of vacationer! Which of these farm resorts in Tagaytay are you eyeing for a weekend of rest? Let us know in the comment section below!
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This article was initially published in Yoorekka on April 12, 2018.
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