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Lazea Tagaytay Inn : Tagaytay’s Secret Garden

Living in south and being a family who loves to travel, Tagaytay is on our top list whenever we want to escape the city life after a while. It’s been tough weeks, and I’m glad that I have received an invitation from Lazea Tagaytay Inn.

Lazea Tagaytay Inn is a little quaint place in a perfect location. It is near the city market and family destinations in Tagaytay like Picnic Grove and People’s Park in the Sky Walk. It is also  near the famous Museo Orlina, that showcase the works of Ramon Orlina, a pioneer and foremost practitioner of glass sculpture in the country.

And this is my happy corner, I love their landscaped garden. My daughter enjoyed the place too. I just let her walk around the garden and experience the beauty of nature, we both danced while seeing many butterflies to the garden.  “Fly, fly, fly the butterfly, In the meadow is flying high. In the garden is flying low. Fly, fly, fly the butterfly“… I so love the ambiance of Lazea Tagaytay Inn, it’s like a secret garden that I always dreamed of, me having a me time, where I can peacefully read books and enjoying cup of coffee or tea.

Lazea Tagaytay Inn has this common dining area that I really love. The place is so perfect for an unlimited cup of barako coffee on a cold weather of Tagaytay. And yes! You read it correctly, they are offering unlimited barako coffee, coffee haven for us coffee lovers right?  I am a nature lover, and Lazea Tagaytay Inn has this rustic feels that every nature lover would love. There are so many flowering plants everwhere, if only I could bring them all and replanted on our mini garden. If I had as huge space in our garden, I could have pictured it as this. Ahhthis place is so relaxing.

On our table : one the best tapa ever! Believe me because I’m a big “tapsilog” fan and of course, a FOODIE. Kung di lang ako nagddiet, oorder pa ako ng isang plato ng tapsilog at sabay ng ilang tasang kapeng barako, sobrang sarap!

We stayed on couple’s room and it was so spacious. I never thought bed and breakfast type could be so spacious. The flower-designed glass sliding door fits the secret garden feels of the place.  We just have noticed that the wash basin was not inside the toilet room, but then my husband told me that maybe because the toilet room has small space.  A big room with small bathroom but just sufficient for an overnight stay and for a bed and breakfast.

All rooms were air-conditioned, can access free wifi, with television and has shower room with towels. Of course, because it is a bed and breakfast, each room’s accommodations has complimentary breakfast for two.

Couple’s Room

Superior Room

Family Room

Barkada Room

Thank you so much Lazea Tagaytay Inn for having us the #EnerosOnTheRoad and letting us experienced the best of nature, laid-back weekend staycation and scrumptious beef tapa and unlimited barako coffee. It was indeed a new #ELHappyPlaces. This is our second Bed and Breakfast experience, and I can say that Bed and Breakfast type of staycations are family and toddler-friendly.  Plus the staffs and security guard are all accommodating and friendly. We, the Eneros, loved every moment of our stay. We will definitely go back & stay again.

Follow Lazea Tagaytay Inn on Facebook and Instagram. For bookings and reservations, you may contact them at  09228739432 / (02) 703 9126 or book directly on their website.

For our Lazea Tagaytay Inn stories, kindly check our hashtag #TheEnerosInLazeaTagaytayInn on Facebook and Instagram. And for more of our family adventures on the road : #EnerosOnTheRoad. I promise to learn v blogging soon *fingers-crossed*  for my readers to experience our family adventures and misadventures too.  Till our next adventure.



7 thoughts on “Lazea Tagaytay Inn : Tagaytay’s Secret Garden

  1. We always go to Tagaytay for road trip or food trip too. We have stayed in other hotels and resorts but this is the first time I’ve heard about this place. The place looks nice, do you know how much is the rate?


  2. The landscape garden is indeed a beauty. Even the rooms are designed simply but looks too comfortable to spend days and nights. And I would love to have a taste of that breakfast plate.

    We also prefer Tagaytay. And thanks for your recommendation. Surely my mom and boys would love to try this place for our next staycation.


  3. That’s a pretty cool inn! The garden is really nice and verdant; we would love to have a coffee there so we can relax after a whole day’s adventure. And being breakfast people, those eggs and tapas will surely be a delight!


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