Balay Indang, Bed & Breakfast in Cavite

Balay Indang is a quiet and secluded bed and breakfast inn as well as a regular retreat house inconspicuously located in Indang, Cavite. The best way to get there is to follow the Tagaytay route, straight thru the town of Mendez and into Indang. Most people will miss it as there are no signs outside the gate except for the numbers 88.

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The place is like a garden in a farm with several small houses peppered across a hectare of lot. There are several cabanas and cottages within pockets of garden as well as a swimming pool with a recreation or yoga area.

The rooms are spacious — some with air conditioning while others have ceiling fans. You won’t be needing them anyway as it’s always chilly there and the breeze just creeps right thru the window. An old and rustic design with Bali and Chinese influence completes the entire package.

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Meal are served 5 times a day — breakfast, morning snacks, lunch, afternoon snacks and dinner. That, plus the accommodations and facilities will set you back Php2,000 per head each night. Not bad for some real peace and quite.

chicken adobo vegetable salad
stuffed chicken fish lumpia
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Meals usually starts with a green salad or soup, with fresh ingredient from their own garden. That’s usually followed by the main dish of either fish, a stuffed roast chicken, adobo or their special embutido which is to die for.

At night, it really gets cold and between 5pm to 7pm, tons of mosquitoes would go out and try to take a sip off of you. You can stay indoors or hang out at the cabana beside the pool for some recreation after dinner. In contrast to city living, people here sleep very early in the evening; sometimes as early 9PM.

Note: You can call Marge Tan of Balay Indang at 09178665825 if you want to book a week-end. Discounts for children available.

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  • jho

    hi..just wanna know if you accommodate wedding event in your place?and how much it will cost.thanks

  • Anna de leon


    Would like to inquire if you allowed marriage encounter seminar a 2 night and 3 day seminar and we need a room for marriage couples estimate couple will be 10-15 couples (1 couple per room) and we organizers 20-30 pax, would like to ask for the quotations for it incuding the menu for 3 days, and on the 3rd day many member will come for a Harana.

    Hope to hear from you soon.



  • Eusebio

    Wow! This is a cool place! I wish to bring my family here some time. Thanks for sharing.

  • romy

    I have been reading whatever is available in the net and I can not find any info on your location. I wish there are more info about you because your place seems nice.

  • connie mabida

    we had our teambuilding here at balay indang,the place is really great. Kaya lang we left with so many queries like what if whole day lang mag stay, how much? First come first serve basis ba? Whats your contact #, whom to contact? Sana mag reply, i want to bring my family there. Please…thanks!

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  • Nick – Loch Lomond Bed & Breakfast

    That is possibly the most stunningly designed bed and breakfast I have ever seen.

  • Marivin

    Abe I think “tons of mosquitoes would go out and try to take a sip off of you” in your advertisement will make me think twice prior visiting balay indang. Iam amazed with the ambiance but with that kind of caution there will be second thought. I suggest,better delete the phrase or rephrase the sentence. Sorry to have comment like this… I’m just concern..(I’m also from indang and hearing or seeing tons of mosquitos is not attractive for tourism)

  • Nerissa

    i really want to go in balay indang, paano pumunta dun? pag may sasakyan paano? favor naman pahingi ng map
    Thanks :)

  • Jen Marie

    It looks like a very nice place to relax on a weekend. I just wonder if you have a day tour package?

    please let me know, I will be in the Philippines in December 08.

  • solo

    its too expensive for 2,000/head

  • jenggay

    I like it in Balay Indang. It’s really peaceful and quiet. It really gives me a laid-back feeling…away from all those rowdy people and crowded places.

  • herminio ayon

    i’m from indang, and planning to go back in feb.’09.pls. tell me your exact location and how to make a reservation.

    thank you.

  • sansan

    I’ve texted Marge Tan but she hasn’t replied yet. How much does it cost to stay there? Am planning to go on a solo retreat. Which place would you recommend more: Balay Indang, Sonya’s Garden, Casa San Pablo, or Coco Beach? Thanks.

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  • Abe

    @Ace, I personally took the pictures during my recent visit there. Yeah, they shots I took made the place looked more enticing. :)

  • Ace

    who took your pictures? they look awesome. Pictures make the place look more than pleasant. But it isn’t that good when you see it personally.

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  • joy

    hi i would like to have my pre nup photos at your place. What are the requirements? Thanks hoping for your reply

  • georgia salazar

    hello we are offering our property in 168 bgy carasuchi indang cavite 11,511sqm. call for details 0922-8128836

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  • jayzel

    im from indang…how come i didnt know the place….