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About this listing

Please read space description first.The room is on the second floor of our house. Maximum of 4 persons only.
It also has it's own comfort room but the bathroom is located on the first floor of our house which is shared among other guests. Basic room essentials are provided.

The space

Welcome to our home!:)

To set our guests expectations. Bear in mind that it's not a hotel. We don't offer TV's or Private CR's in our rooms. Spaces are shared. Think of it as staying at a relatives place.

I don't know about you but when I'm in a hotel I walk around in my robe feeling like a king. Everything is immaculate when I arrive and, er, less so when I leave. In an Airbnb situation, however, you must remember that you are in someone's home. This means that a) not everything will be as immaculate as in a hotel because people actually live there and b) there won't be a maid cleaning up after guests. We certainly don't expect you to clean the place when you leave but a decent level of tidiness is appreciated – especially if you weren't charged a cleaning fee.

Here is more detailed information about the room and our home/place.

About the Room:
A room good for a family or a group, 1 Queen sized bed, 1 Double deck, 1 Double sized bed located on the first floor of the family home. Bathroom is very near the room. This is shared among other guests. No cabinets. The cabinets we have in the room is where we store extra pillows, beddings and towels.

Amenities:

You are more than welcome to use our balcony to have breakfast, or have coffee and enjoy the afternoon cold. Prefer to cook your own food? Not a problem our fully - functional kitchen awaits the little chef in you. Pots, pans and cooking utensils are available for you to use.

Pets:

We have 2 Siberian huskies, a mixed dog called "come here" and 2 cats. Our pets are trained and well-behaved, the huskies have a place where they just stay, but the older dog "come here" you can see roaming the house, he is very friendly.

I hope we have set proper expectations and that you enjoy your stay with us.

Guest access

Hot/Cold Shower, Fully - functional kitchen, Coffee Nook

Interaction with guests

We make it a priority to get to know our guests and make them feel comfortable in our home. We live in the property so you can chat with us anytime.

Other things to note

Our bathroom still has the old style tiles so it may seem unclean even if we brush and scrub them everyday. We are in the works and thinking of how we will redesign the bathroom, so I hope our guests will see the tiles character rather than it's old age. We do clean it everyday believe me. :)


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1.5
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 8AM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and cat(s)
Room type: Private room

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Prices
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House Rules
Check in is anytime after 8AM

Dear Potential Guest,

Here is a blog that we would like to share and hopefully you'd read and understand to set proper expectations. :)

According to Dany Papineau:

1. Read the entire listing – and use the calendar!

Hosts enjoy helping guests find restaurants or activities that suit their tastes. We want you to have a great time in our city and of course we want you to revisit! What we hate is when users message us asking ‘is your place available?’ or ‘is there public transport?’ or ‘how far is the station?’ or anything that can be answered by a passing glance at the listing description. We have spent time and effort putting together our descriptions and the calendar is right there so these types of questions can be time wasting and frustrating. If you need information that isn’t in the description, absolutely message the host but please read the listing first.

2. Introductory messages: to do or not to do?

If you have a complete profile and a good review or two, there is no need to send an introductory message before you book unless the host explicitly requests one in the listing description. If you really feel awkward about staying at someone’s place without exchanging pleasantries first, then that’s fine but don’t feel you have to do it as par for the course. Instead, place a booking request and add an introductory note to that instead. This will suffice for most hosts.

3. Don’t ask to pay in cash

Yes, I know the Airbnb fee is a pain. It’s pretty hefty (for both you and me) and we’d both richer if we did a cash-in-hand kind of deal, but please don’t ask for this. The Airbnb fee is there to protect guests and hosts in terms of both monetary insurance and personal safety. Let’s just stick to the rules on this, okay?

4. Book quickly after your enquiry

If your host has promised to reserve your dates for a short while, or has offered you a special rate, don’t leave them hanging for hours. Complete your booking as soon as possible. It’s obvious to us when guests have pinged off tons of emails to lots of hosts and are waiting for the best deal. We understand and appreciate that you’re after value for money but if we’re holding onto some dates for you, it’s rude to leave us hanging.

5. Let your host know if you’re running late

Try to give your host an accurate idea of when you will be arriving. They may have plans which they have to fit around you or, if they’re not staying in the same place, they will need to travel to where they’ll be staying for the night. As such, if you said you’d arrive at 8pm and actually it’s looking like it’ll be 10pm, make sure you let your host know. Apologise for the delay and let them know you appreciate their flexibility.

6. Bear in mind that it’s not a hotel

I don’t know about you but when I’m in a hotel I walk around in my robe feeling like a king. Everything is immaculate when I arrive and, er, less so when I leave. In an Airbnb situation, however, you must remember that you are in someone’s home. This means that a) not everything will be as immaculate as in a hotel because people actually live there and b) there won’t be a maid cleaning up after guests. We certainly don’t expect you to clean the place when you leave but a decent level of tidiness is appreciated – especially if you weren’t charged a cleaning fee.

7. Ask about a bathroom schedule

If you’re sharing a home rather than booking an entire home/flat, it may be that you end up sharing a bathroom. In this case, it is considerate to ask if the host needs it at certain times. Chances are, they will be working while you’re on holiday so if they need the bathroom for half an hour in the morning before work, they’ll really appreciate it if you let them have it.

8. Tell the host if there’s something wrong

If you’re unhappy with something, tell the host as early as possible. Most of us will bend over backwards to help our guests so please be honest if something is wrong. What you shouldn’t do is stay silent on an issue and only mention it in your post-stay review. Many hosts depend on Airbnb to pay their mortgage so it’s important for their guests to be happy. By all means, mention it in your review if your complaint isn’t dealt with fairly but please don’t pretend everything is okay only to complain later.

9. Be considerate about additional guests

If you book a room for one person, don’t assume that someone else can stay with you – especially if you’re sharing the home with your host. If it’s a long-term stay and you’ve gotten to know them, maybe it’s okay to ask if they’d mind you having a guest over. If it’s a short stay, however, it’s a bit cheeky especially as lots of hosts charge for a second guest.

10. Leave a review (quickly)

This is an obvious one but when a host has opened up their home to you, they really appreciate it when you leave a review soon after your stay. Try to leave more than one line and include your opinion not only about the home but the host too. If you have a complaint, then make sure you are fair and tempered in your criticism. As mentioned above, many hosts depend on Airbnb for their livelihoods so bear that in mind.

Thank you very much for reading. If you have any questions please feel free to send me a message.

Excited to be your host when you decide to visit the city of pines. See you soon!

- Kenny


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Ashley User Profile
October 2016
We were a bit confused whether to continue our trip in Baguio or not after a friend backed out a day before our scheduled trip. But, it was the long weekend, so the idea of traveling is absolutely inviting. Kenny, our host, had a glimpse of our dilemma when I had to tell her that we won't be booking the room anymore. Then, hours later, requested for another booking. Our host was understanding enough, so we ended up staying at this cozy bed space located at the 2nd floor of her house, which we later learned was BenCab's former home. We arrived three hours earlier than the check-in time, but Kenny's parents received us graciously. It was around 4 or 5 in the morning, and we knew we woke them up. Still, they were gracious. Tired from the trip, my friends and I were able to sleep as soon as our backs hit the bed. We had a pretty much comfortable stay. Yes, the comfort rooms were a bit of a hassle, since we had to go down the first floor to take a shower. It bothered us at first, but since the listing already noted that, we knew it was going to be like that. Anyone who's looking for a comfortable place to stay, with gracious hosts, might want to consider this place. This one's a steal. It might be quite far from Baguio's plaza, but the stunning view from up the hill is something anybody might enjoy.

Aeneid Keeshia User Profile
February 2016
We had a great time staying at kenny's place. Her parents, tita Carol and tito Ahbe were the ones who welxomed us since Kenny was out of town. What I like about the is that they are really kind. We were supposed to arrive a day earlier and they were willing to let us stay at their place with no extra charge. The room is really spacious and the beds are clean and comfy. It can fit 4 people. They have a garden which is really peaceful and if you stay at the veranda on the second floor, you'll feel the calmness overlooking the city of Baguio. We also saved budget since they let us cook at their home :) Tita Carol helped and provided us with all the things that we need. She ever made carrot juice for us in the morning, it was so fresh! :) If you want to go to place where you can eat, shop, etc and need directions, just ask tita Carol and tito Ahbe, the really know good places at the city. I'm recommending this place to those going to Baguio. I'll surely stay here again if I come back! :)

Ace User Profile
January 2016
We got a warm welcome from the parents of Kenny when we arrived. Nice hosts. Room was comfy. It was like a visit to my relative's place. The shower room with cold and hot water was separate. Although we dared ourselves to bathe in that freezing water. Good fun. No curfew; another good thing. I was just concerned when we arrived that we may have to disturb the hosts if we arrive very late. If you are the (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) maps/waze dependent kind of person, better put a tag on the map. I didn't really memorize the landmarks when we arrived in the morning so it was a little difficult to find our way back at night. Kenny could tag the place in foursquate/swarm. This will help people to find it easily when using mobile app. Got a good view of the lower area in the morning and at night (city lights). Overall, it was a good experience staying at Kenny's place. Not a bad idea to book the same in our next Baguio escape.

Reymart User Profile
November 2015
We really had a nice time staying at Kenny's place. Her parents were very accommodating--they make you feel like it's your own home. They're very thoughful that when we arrived late in the night and was quite hungry, Tita Carol (her mom) quickly prepared a hot meal for us. I would definitely go back also to see their cute pets again. It's quite far from the main city but their city view makes it all worth it.

Reger User ProfileReger is a superhost.
September 2015
Kenny's family were friendly,the house very clean and I liked a cup of coffee and a cake,if I would be coming there again I think just want stay there.

Paul User Profile
July 2015
We had a good time at Kenny's place. It was our first time on AirBNB and they made us feel really welcomed. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate with our schedule but atmosphere in Baguio was an experience in itself. Kenny's family made sure we were comfortable and knew how to get around the place. We paid around P70 to and from their place. Make sure you ask them about the jeepney schedule if you have time and want to save a bit of cash.

Nicolo User Profile
June 2015
Kenny and Billy are very nice and accomodating. Even though we only stayed overnight, they made us feel at home. Will definitely recommend them to our friends.

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Baguio City, Philippines · Joined in February 2014
Kenny User Profile

I love to travel and meeting new friends. Hosting on Airbnb gives me both the chance to travel and meet new friends. We welcome guests from anywhere to our home.

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