Our humble little bed-and-breakfast turns one year old today. It’s been quite the year for Nana’s Farm Tagaytay, as we’ve constantly been getting great reviews and ratings on Airbnb.
At first, we thought we’d be catering to a more wedding-centric market (e.g. guests coming to Tagaytay to attend a wedding, etc.), but as it turns out, our vacation rental gets more bookings from small families or couples looking to spend a quiet, laid-back weekend away from the city. Our guests would usually voice out their appreciation for:
- Netflix (via the large flatscreen smart TV in the living area)
- The coffee maker (where guests can grind the beans themselves and make their own fresh coffee)
- The bathtub (kids love it!)
- The home-cooked meals (we do this upon request; guests can ask us to prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks for them)
This year is a lot more exciting for Nana’s Farm as we’ve started producing culinary herbs and succulents as giveaways for Tagaytay weddings. We’ve had guests come over for camping, for proposals, and for private workshops. We’ve also started entertaining inquiries for garden weddings and backyard parties.
Check out the Nana’s Farm website for more details, or connect with our team via the official Nana’s Farm Tagaytay Facebook and Instagram accounts.
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