The Rock Inn & Café
The Rock Farm, Batalao,
Here are some of The Rock Inn & Café’s pictures:
This is right outside the café, Café Bodega. Towards the left with the white roof is the bar where you could lounge and dine al fresco; straight a head is the inn and to the right is the lawn.
At the Rock Inn’s café, Café Bodega, lit and photographed at night. This once barn house was literally transformed into this unique dinning hall. Decorated with Sagada Igorot artifacts from rice baskets as lamp shades to solid pine wood plates as card holders, this hall is an experience by its self. This dinning room could seat and serve more than 70 guests with a lot of room to spare.
Above are our bunk-rooms good for groups of eight and or six. There are the bunk-rooms with their own private rest rooms and heated showers for P450 per occupant a night. Those that have common rest rooms and baths are priced at more economical P300 per occupant a night.
This is one of the
Inn’s Executive Rooms with two queen-sized beds. There are two rooms like this. Both are located at the corner side of the building having two different views of the property. Also, both have their own private restrooms with hot and cold shower. For a night, we charge P1800.
One of two Mini-Executive Rooms with a queen-sized and a single bed, also with its own bathroom and heated shower, this room could accommodate three persons comfortably. Through those white curtains would be over looking an orchard of over two thousand orange trees. The room rate is P1500 a night.
*All the room rates haven’t changed from when The Rock Inn & Café opened in October of 2003.
*For more private and personal uses of a room, rooms with bunk-type bed rooms have a minimum
rate of half the room’s total capacity. A person staying in the room good for 8 needs to pay for
four people. If he’s in a room for 6, he needs to pay for 3.
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