Feel Like You’re in a Ghibli Film at This Idyllic Forest Glamping Resort in Quezon
You can also rent the entire resort for P30k a night.
by Ina Louise Manto | September 30, 2021
Perched deep within the mountains in the boundaries of Laguna and Quezon, Juan’s Place is an idyllic glamping site that will allow you to go off-grid for a few days. Bring your family, closest friends, or partner for the next long weekend and experience waking up to foggy and misty mornings, and be lullabied to sleep by the peaceful sounds of nature and its wildlife.
Glamping at Juan’s Place
The resort grounds will make you feel like you’ve just entered a Studio Ghibli film set in the forest. Combine the ambiance of the resort with its rustic landscape and quaint architecture, and you might fall in love with it completely.
From the three geodesic domes to the ponds and lounging areas lined with lantern lights – what’s not to love about this quaint retreat in the forest?
Rooms and rates
There are three stylish geodesic domes at Juan’s Place that feature the Japanese wabi-sabi concept and aesthetic, defining the asymmetry, imperfection, and transience of the place. Each dome is perched on a wooden platform that overlooks the surrounding greenery.
If you’ve been dreaming of going on a nature retreat without sacrificing comfort, these geodesic domes are quite the treat. The Wabi-Sabi, the biggest glamping dome, has two levels with a minimalist living room on its ground level.
The following are the rates for the geodesic domes, which can be booked individually on weekdays:
- Komorebi Dome, P6000 a night for a maximum of four guests
- Shinrinyoku Dome, P7,000 a night for a maximum of five guests
- Wabi-Sabi Dome, P8,000 a night for a maximum of six guests
Find more information here.
Planning a healing getaway with your whole angkan, friends, or officemates? You can also rent the entire glamping space for P30,000 a night, including the rustic main house. Book your stay here.
How to get there
You’ll find Juan’s Place in the boundaries of Sta. Maria, Laguna and Infanta, Quezon. It’s located at KM 89.2 along Marikina-Infanta National Highway (Marilaque Road). Pin the location via Waze or Google Maps, and go on a 2-hour drive from the intersection of Sumulong and Marcos Highways.
For more inquiries and more information on travel requirements, contact the Airbnb host, visit Juan’s Place’s website, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.