Gabby’s Farm is a family-owned rental located at Barangay Casile in Cabuyao, Laguna. Just 15 minutes away from Nuvali, you can get away from the bustle of the city and unwind at this Bahay Kubo-inspired lodging. It features breathtaking views of Mount Makiling, Laguna de Bay, Tagaytay Ridge, and Calamba cityscape and even has a nature trail leading to a river that guests can trek.
Families and groups that love nature will enjoy their stay here because of how spacious and lavish it is. The house itself has a rustic yet modern feel with all the wood tones combined with big glass windows. Not to mention, it sits on a lot that’s more than a hectare, making it ideal for outdoor activities like biking, bonfires, and camping in tents. It’s also an ideal venue for events like weddings and debuts.
The 2-bedroom home can accommodate up to 8 guests at a time, with the open area on the ground floor having room to sit and entertain 15 people. There’s also a spot at the ground level where you can lounge on swings and appreciate the scenery. Found on the second floor are the living room, dining area, and bedrooms. Even indoors, it is light and breezy thanks to the greenery and natural sunlight.
Aside from being a staycation destination, this property is also an actual farm that currently produces cacao, longkong lanzones, and black pepper. In a few more years they should be expecting to harvest more fruits, including exotic variants like latex-less langka and seedless atis. In the meantime, their produce is used for personal consumption, but they hope to share it with their guests soon.
Cecile Gabatan, one of the owners, is a Superhost on Airbnb so you’re sure to be in good hands when you book a stay here. At P7,400 a night, guests can rent the whole house to themselves, which sounds like a steal for what you’re getting.
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