Go on a Relaxing Retreat in the Mountains at This Serene Cabin in Tanay
A stream is just a few meters away.
by Ina Louise Manto | September 12, 2022
For most people, quick weekend getaways are the way to go. Not everyone can get away from work for extended periods of time, but a short weekend breather is totally doable. Nestled just a two-hour away from the metro, ALAB Cabin offers a serene cabin staycation:
Find a hideaway at ALAB Cabin
Boasting creamy walls and accents of wood, ALAB Cabin stands out amid the thicket of trees it’s surrounded by in Barangay Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal. It may look like a simple home away from home from the outside, but its interior design is a sight to behold. With its white walls and huge glass windows and doors, the indoor space is bright, spacious, and inviting. It’s everything you’re looking for in a relaxing staycation.
Fans of the white and wood aesthetic would love ALAB’s interiors.
During your stay, treat this cabin as your home away from home. It has two bedrooms that can accommodate up to 10 guests per stay.
One of the bedrooms has sliding glass doors that lead to a balcony. Just imagine waking up to that view with the sounds of chirping birds in the morning. The setting alone is already relaxing!
ALAB Cabin features common spaces that would make your stay fun and more comfortable. Located in one open space are the living area, dining area, and fully equipped kitchen. This open space also has high ceilings with woodwork and stylish lighting!
Since you’ll be in the forest and delivery may be difficult, plan your meals ahead of time and whip them up in the kitchen.
There’s plenty of nature to enjoy around ALAB Cabin, including the stream just a few meters away. You can bathe here or cool off on hot days.
You’ll also find camping facilities outside, such as a bonfire and space for pitching tents. Up to 10 can sleep comfortably in the cabin, but it can be maximized to 20, given the rest will be camping outside. It’s a fun experience if you’ve been meaning to try camping!
Additional guests are charged P20 per head and they have to bring their own tent. For the bonfire set-up, a firewood bundle costs P100. Pets are also welcome at ALAB, with an additional fee of P500 per pet.
For booking inquiries or reservations, contact the Airbnb host or send a message on Facebook.
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