B&B Love: Sitio de Amor in San Pablo City

Life in the metro is at times toxic. Imagine the bulk of office tasks and crazy deadlines given by your boss. They all make you want to ask the earth’s ground to eat you whole. But that’s very morbid.

Why would you want such horrifying images in your head when you can drive out of town and be someplace else to save your sanity. Seriously.

There’s a farm resort in San Pablo City where you can celebrate a day without all the things that are stressing you out. Sitio de Amor is one good way to escape from it all.

Sitio de Amor is a place that’s hidden from the busy streets of the city. More of like a B&B for weekenders, one can enjoy the beauty of nature and the simplicity of life as defined by the trees, the gardens, and the structures that compliment earth’s modest but finest gifts.

Sitio de Amor - San Pablo City, LagunaAmenities in Sitio de Amor are the following: pavilion, bar, infinity pool, lagoon, and garden. Of course, it won’t be considered a B&B without the accommodations that are distinctly different from each other: Tree House, Avocado Room, Chico Room, Duhat Room, Kasoy Room, Lansones Room, and Mango Room.

You can check their website (www.sitiodeamor.com) for the room rates.

These are the location and contact details posted on Sitio de Amor’s official website:

Sitio de Amor Farm Resort
KM 88.8 Maharlika Highway,
Purok Paraiso, San Antonio I
San Pablo City, Laguna

Email: sitiodeamor@yahoo.com
Website: www.sitiodeamor.com
Telephone: (632) 401-7344/(632) 552-7340
Cellphone: 0908-884-2730/0917-533-0209/0918-927-4346

Take the South Superhighway all the way up to the second new Sto. Tomas exit. Pass 2 toll plazas. Turn right at Maharlika Hwy after to the Sto. Tomas exit, follow the SM, San Pablo signage. After SM, take the right side of the highway when it forks. Continue on this road for 7 kilometers. Watch for Laguna Plastic signage on your right. When you see this, your are about 400 meters from our private road to your left. The road is adjacent to Jardin de San Vicente. It will be another 600 meters to our gate.

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