OUR CASA SAN PABLO clay storytellers are now available beyond our clay barn. If you've seen our storytellers on your visit to San Pablo but didn't get to bring one home, here's your chance to have one. We now have an on-line catalogue and we offer delivery within Metro Manila. Just browse through our catalogue and see which one you like.
THE NOVEMBER 2013 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine recommends Casa San Pablo as an ideal escape for companies looking for a place to hold their seminars or team building sessions. The highly respected magazine targeted for small- and medium-scale businesses put special light on Casa San Pablo's creativity-based team building activities like the pottery sessions and native cooking tours.
WE ARE SO PROUD and delighted to be part of Food magazine's 18th anniversary issue where they pay homage to 50 personalities who influence how Filipinos experience, enjoy, and appreciate our food. They gave recognition to the kusineros and kusineras of the Casa San Pablo Native Cooking Tour for our contribution to preserving food traditions of the Southern Tagalog region.
THERE HAS NEVER BEEN a better time for small town tourism than today. This was the key message delivered to 136 students of College of Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University of the Cordilleras last December 6, 2013 at Casa San Pablo. The students came to Casa to gather inputs for their course on Planning for Sustainable Tourism.
THEY HAD PLANNED A relaxing vacation in the Philippines, but when this balikbayan family saw the devastation in Tacloban, they changed all their plans and decided to head for Tacloban to help in the relief efforts. Mark and Jo Stevens are missionaries from Australia.