10 cute homestays and accommodations for a weekend staycation - Scout Magazine

OCTOBER 27, 2022

Let’s face it–everyone has got their stressful days. Whether it’s because of too much work at the office or studying non-stop at school, all sorts of people have the need to unplug and recharge for at least a weekend before getting back on the grind. And you don’t actually need to go on a full-blown vacation somewhere on a beach.

There are lots of cute Airbnbs and various bed and breakfast accommodations around and about the metro. Whether you want to stay in the city or take a drive up to Tagaytay, Baguio, or to Subic, these reasonably-priced Airbnbs will give you the change of pace and scenery needed to lay back and relax. Plus, all of them have a homey vibe no 5-star hotel could ever pull off.

Treat yourself to a staycation at these adorable places.

Le Coq Blue – Baguio

This accommodation made waves in social media due to its very classy and French-themed design. Chantal, its owner, is a French woman living in the same house and is very warm and welcoming to each of her guests. If ever you’re planning to go on a trip to Baguio then you might want to give this home a try.

Homey Country Style Pent – Tagaytay

It’s the perfect mix of both a homey and minimalist atmosphere thanks to its design and clean, white accents. If you’re dropping by Tagaytay and you’re not sure where to stay, you can consider this simple and affordable gem.

Nordic Pearl – Tagaytay

This place is actually the first Airbnb accommodation that I came across thanks to its viral status online, and certainly, its designs as well as its adorable knick-knacks are eye-catching. Check out the other listings of this user to see more of its Nordic-inspired cuteness.

Colorful studio with balcony view – Quezon City

The shades, color scheme, and practically everything about it is flawless especially for travelers who love taking picture-perfect memories. Definitely Instagram-approved. The location’s also convenient for when you have to do some business in Quezon City but you’re not really from the city.

2BR Condo near Makati and The Fort – Mandaluyong

This unit not only allows pets but it even showcases a brick design that adds a dash of bright personality to the place’s interior aspect. Its location is also convenient for those who want a staycation that isn’t too far away from their homes in Metro Manila.

Windsor Vacation House – Tagaytay

This is a great vacation house for big families or group of friends who want to spend a weekend in Tagaytay. It has the capacity of up to 12 people and the design is highly spacious–lots of room to run around.

Airy Greenbelt One Bedroom – Makati

Who knew that staying near one of Makati’s busiest districts can be so much fun. It’s a bit pricey, but you can always use this place for a sleepover with your girl friends and split the cost. This unit has super cute furniture and wallpaper that is practically made for Instagram.

Casa Del Sol Amadeo – Tagaytay

This vacation and rest house certainly has the whole Tagaytay feel to it. The furniture, such as bean bags and woven chairs, is laid back and chill. This place has everything that you would usually see in resorts or uphill vacation houses. If you want to throw a party in Tagaytay, this is the Airbnb for you.

Ocean Inspired Nest in Subic Bay Freeport Zone – Subic

This unit reminds me of Baler and its simplicity. It makes me think like I’m really living near the beach, giving off that relaxed island girl vibe. Want to relax with a significant other? Take a trip to Subic and book this romantic accommodation for a weekend.

Moviebnb Ortigas: The Ultimate Movie Date – Ortigas

This is a haven for all the movie buffs out there who want to take a break from their busy lives and stay in a place that celebrates movies and video games. Located at the heart of the business district, this would surely relieve you from the stress that you’re feeling.

By Bea Javate
Photos courtesy of Airbnb


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