Casa San Pablo B&B is run by husband and wife Mr. Boots and Mrs. An Alcantara. Their fascination with bed and breakfast from their previous travels made them turn their family compound into their own B&B. And they want to share the same experience to the people who visit their hometown.
A place for the artsy. Get in touch with your artsy side and experience making terracotta clay storyteller dolls. Facilitated by a clay artisan, writer and innkeeper Mrs. An Mercado-Alcantara herself. These Casa San Pablo storyteller dolls were inspired by clay figures by Native American pueblo artisans. “Storytellers are clay figures telling stories, they capture people telling stories. A classic form of that is where a major figure is telling a story, and the small figures are listeners. So there’s a storyteller and there are listeners because a story only comes alive in the ears of the listeners.” explains by Ms. An. “When I first saw that genre I fell in love with it. I thought it’s very Pinoy. What I’m doing now in Casa San Pablo is translating it to Filipino stories.” expounds further by Ms. An.
A place for recreation. Whether for a romantic getaway, long weekend with the family or even a team building with your workmates they have got you covered. A room for two up to eighteen people in a room can be accommodated in this bed and breakfast inn. Go swimming, play frisbee, and make use of teambuilding facilities.
A place for foodies. In-house resto.
Great stories, cool ambiance and good food, await you at Casa San Pablo. So book now!
Disclaimer: My visit was part of a press trip sponsored by the Department of Tourism Region 4-A Calabarzon. All views and opinions are my own. Received freebies but no money involved.