Luno’s Hilltop Cabin: Experience Tagaytay Away from the Crowd at this Glass Cabin

It has a pool overlooking the city.
by | October 18, 2021


Requiring only a two-hour drive from the Metro, Tagaytay remains a favorite destination for spontaneous drives, discovering new restaurants and cafes, and a staycation with a scenic view. If you’re planning for a quick getaway for the next long weekend or celebration, this cabin right in the heart of the city will let you experience the best of Tagaytay.

 

Luno’s Hilltop Cabin

Planning to stay in Tagaytay but don’t want to deal with the stays where the crowd usually is? Luno’s Hilltop Cabin is a new accommodation tucked in the forest with an unobstructed view of the city’s ridges and Taal Lake. It’s a glass cabin that’s ideal for couples but can accommodate up to a group of five, and it has everything you’ll need for some healing time: nature, cool weather, and privacy.

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The glass cabin was made to enjoy nature comfortably. With its floor-to-ceiling doors, you can still appreciate the view even when inside! The room is uber-stylish too, furnished with minimalist decor and furniture.

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Luno’s Cabin is made better with its spacious veranda. Play some board games, practice yoga or meditate, or set up a romantic dinner and dine alfresco – combine it with the scenery, and you’re up for a memorable stay.

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On the right side of the room is a small patch of grass with a rocking chair. You can lazily lounge while your pet plays. Yes, they’re pet-friendly too!

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Up for some night swimming with the city lights as your background? This cabin has a private pool too.

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Fog envelops the area whenever it rains, giving a Baguio-like experience. Now that the weather is getting cooler, don’t forget to bring your favorite thick blanket and colorful socks and snuggle up.

 

Rates at Luno’s Hilltop Cabin start at P4,570 per night. Book your stay here.

 

 

For inquiries and more information on travel requirements, contact the Airbnb host.


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