Tucked away in the luxurious greenery of the Laguna/Quezon countryside is a gem of a destination called Sitio de Amor Farm Resort. Passing through its tall, iron gates, nature at its most serene invites you to stay a while longer. And you willingly oblige.
Sitio de Amor is a multi-hectare farm designed to offer the typical San Pablo hospitality amidst the lushness of the mountains surrounding it. Its landscaped flora includes impressive hardwoods, rich shrubberies, ornate vines, thriving bromeliads and a selection of rare plants painstakingly nurtured for people to enjoy. Fauna is also part of Sitio de Amor where mini aviaries dot the area.
Sitio de Amor not only soothes the soul and strengthens bonds but it also advocates a love for the past. Heirloom pieces and priceless antiquities occupy special places all over the farm. And old houses are meticulously reconstructed as remembrances of a rich history and culture. Laguna, after all, was one of the first eight provinces that launched a concerted revolt against Spain, earning the prestige of representing one of the eight rays of the sun on our Philippine flag.
The Treehouse complements Sitio de Amor’s vision of man’s coexistence with nature.
The Lansones Room is spacious and opens up to a river-fed lagoon.
The Chico Room has a small but welcoming porch and a cozy bedroom with a queen-sized bed.
The Duhat Room shares the same charm and features as the Chico Room, has added space for two more because of a loft at the side.
Kasoy is the biggest room on the farm. It is senior/PWD – friendly. The view from its sitting area is the Calauag House and gardens.
Avocado Room is the other half of the duplex structure a little bigger than the adjacent Manga Room
Manga Room is half of a duplex structure. It opens to the view of the infinity pool and lush garden from the window
The house came from one of our guests. We expanded the original house to came up with 2 bedrooms, size 5m x 5m each.
It was the summer house of Tomas Morato Sr. originally located in Calauag Quezon.