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  • Reviews: 1

3 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Samoki Valley Inn: Bontoc Samoki Valley Inn

New, affordable, clean and nice staff...its far better than other accomodations in Bontoc

They have private rooms and also common rooms.

With private rooms: own bathroom with hot and cold shower, tv

Common rooms: with common bathroom also has hot and cold shower, and common tv room

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking, Arts and Culture
  • Written November 12, 2011
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  • Reviews: 20

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Churya-a Hotel & Restaurant: Right at the crossroads

Located along the national highway in Bontoc, Churya-a Hotel & Restaurant is one of the very few accommodations available in Bontoc.

The hotel is situated in a five storey building with a veranda on each floor, offering a nice view of Bontoc proper along the national road. The front desk and the restaurant are both located on the second floor.

The rooms are quite basic with a private toilet and bath. Price while I was there (October 2008) was Php 400 for a room with a double bed. Like most accommodations in the Cordilleras, the rooms have no air-conditioning, TV or phone. An electric fan more than suffices though, as Bontoc enjoys fairly cool weather during most of the year.

An Internet café is a short walk away from the hotel.

The staff is friendly and helpful, and can contact local guides for those who intend to venture out into the remote towns of the province.

Nothing really fancy here, just a nice simple place to stay while in Bontoc.

I was even fortunate enough to have met the owner, Mr. Daniel Peckley, who happened to be at the restaurant while I was having breakfast. The Peckleys also own the Churya-a in Sagada, and it so happened that on that same day, he was going to Sagada just as I was. So he offered me to just ride with him, which I readily obliged. :)

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Adventure Travel, Eco-Tourism
  • Written January 30, 2010
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Churya-a Hotel, where I stayed while in Bontoc

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  • monina_c profile photo monina_c
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Not really a hotel/accommodation tip! :D

I can't really give any recommendations in this aspect of Bontoc travel since I did a home-stay. But there are a lot of hotels, hostels and pension houses in Bontoc. The hotels usually take spill-overs from the inns in Sagada. Just walk down main street Bontoc and take a gander at the various establishments there. I asked around and was told that it is easy to get a room there even if you are a walk-in costumer.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Road Trip, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written April 10, 2007
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  • nitib_ifontok profile photo nitib_ifontok
  • Reviews: 1

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RIDGE BROOKE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT: BONTOC'S BEST AND FINEST HOTEL AND RESTAURANT

while in bontoc doing business or sightseeing.... ridge brooke hotel is the place to stay..... its a place where u can say that you are never to far away from your home... the hotel offers single and double beds.... it also has a private room with bath. have a problem with a venue for bdays? marriage receptions? seminars or conferences? ridge brooke offers it all... it has a conference halls that is apt for any occasions....
check its restaurant also for its great cooking and service....

the view there is majestic.... its surroundings are the green ricefields of samoki itself.... the bontoc ili is also viewed here and just not tto far away from the hotel is the chico river for picnicking or just plain swimming!
its location also shuns you away from the many hustles and bustles of the town so that is why you got a peaceful night to sleep...

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: School Holidays, Hiking and Walking, Mountain Climbing
  • Written August 17, 2003

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