I have been wanting to go here. Luckily, some of our good friends gave this as our wedding gift. ❤ We were greeted warmly by the receptionist and was offered welcome teas.
They also have this wood theme to their surroundings down to their furniture and displays. Reception area and their restaurant is open air so it’s windy. ❤
We tried the Glamping Package. Their Glamping Site is situated in their garden where you can also find the bonfire area. Inside the tent, you will find a queen size bed, 2 pillows, towel, a table and 2 chairs, and a dresser. It also includes a set of coffee / water station and a switch! (thank god)
Thumbs Up: It’s air conditioned but it gets pretty chilly at night given the standard temperature in Tagaytay already.
Downside: The tent has no locks and you can practically hear the conversation of the tents nearby and you have a common restroom (about 20 steps away from the tents)
We also tried their Signature Massage. ❤
Massage comes with the usual washing of your feet and the nice thing that’s different with them was they include a hot/warm bag during the massage where they place them underneath your pillow in the stubborn areas such as lower back and shoulders. ❤
At night, we brought Ruffles, Maltesers and Wine – our usuals during a movie marathon.
For Breakfast, there’s a stub that they give out during the registration. Service was a bit late. The breads were served first with butter paired with lugaw.
For the mains, they served sweet and sour fish, scrambled eggs and what seemed like kaldereta / afritada.
I don’t know exactly why they would serve sweet and sour fish and afritada during breakfast. I prefer longganisa, bacon, hotdog, ham or even local viands such as danggit or pusit or dilis. that’s why we both didn’t enjoy the breakfast. 😦
Still, Thank you for the memories, Nurture and Wellness. ❤ and our Second Glamping Experience.