Bed & Breakfast

A bed & breakfast is quite simply a place to stay for the night with complimentary breakfast. The place is usually a private home, often with a sense of history and heritage. Different from resorts and hotels, staying in a B&B gives the traveler a direct taste of what living in this town is like and a chance to connect, perhaps even make life-long friends with the innkeeper.
A San Pablo B&B

In our travels, we have always been drawn to B&Bs. We like how, even for just a few days, we feel like we have our own home in an unfamiliar town. We love getting to know all we can about a town from the intimate perspective of a family who lives there. So we chose to make it our mission to bring the same experience to people who come to San Pablo, Laguna, our hometown. — Boots & An Alcantara

What's New

Welcome the New Year With Music and Storytelling


THE LAST FEW HOURS before the old year turns over to the new have become magical moments at Casa San Pablo. Over the years, we have turned the eve  into an opportunity to celebrate and share the talents of the artists friends who gather together at our B&B. Weather permitting, we bring out the hammocks and mats in the garden, and watch impromtu performances from willing guests.

Our Clay Storytellers Make It to the News


OUR STORY IS OUT. Thank you to Alya Honasan of the Philippine Daily Inquirer for the wonderful feature on our Casa San Pablo clay storytellers. The story captured our journey so well, tracing from my days as an editor and publishing executive to give all that up to be an innkeeper and clay artisan. 

Solar News Channel’s “Something to Chew On” Visits Casa San Pablo for Native Cooking Tour


SOLAR NEWS CHANNEL'S "SOMETHING TO CHEW ON" scooped on scrumptious San Pablo native cuisines during its recent visit to Casa San Pablo last June 6-7, 2014. Led by its amiable host Xandra Rocha, the food travelogue show’s whole crew was warmly welcomed and entertained by our innkeeper An Mercado-Alcantara.

Casa San Pablo for My SM, My City, My Cuisine


CASA SAN PABLO was selected to be a presenter of the best native kakanin in San Pablo for the launch of the groundbreaking culinary book My SM, My City, My Cuisine. We set out a mini version of our interactive coconut cooking tour to delight vising SM executives as well as hometown guests.

“Small Town, Big Tourism” a Key Message on Casa San Pablo's Teaching Module for Tourism


“SMALL TOWN, BIG TOURISM—this is the trend today,” says our innkeeper An Mercado-Alcantara during her lecture on sustainable tourism to more than a hundred tourism students from the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University of the Cordilleras.

Casa San Pablo Clay Workshop as Teaching Module for Tourism


INTERACTING WITH LOCAL ARTISANS is a an example of authentic tourism, a current trend in sustainable tourism. This was a highlight of the Sustainable Tourism module prepared by Casa San Pablo for the tourism students of the University of the Cordillera.

Intimate Country Weddings
and Receptions

Dining Hall Reception
Garden Reception
Pavilion Reception
Blue And White Wedding
Bountiful Wedding
Hacienda Wedding
Meetings and
Team Building

Shakeys Holds Manager’s Training at Casa San Pablo
Sykes Asia Goes Team-building at Casa San Pablo
Special Discounts on Conference Packages
Casa San Pablo Meeting Facilities
Innkeeper`s Blog
The Good Friday Procession
Casa San Pablo Storyteller Dolls
Teambuilding Under the Acacia
Clay Play
Fostering Teamwork Through Native Cooking
New Year Casa San Pablo Style
Dreaming of Weddings At Casa San Pablo
B&Bs That Serve Excellent Food
Craft Escape
Fun & Games for Jag Jeans Philippines
Special Packages
Bed And Breakfast
Romantic Stay
Family & Balikbayan Escape
Why Join Our Holy Week Tour
Appetite Magazine Rediscovers Coconut Charm at Casa San Pablo
Casa San Pablo Native Cooking Tour: Coconut Module
Casa San Pablo's Native Cooking Tour Recognized as Best Tourism Practice
Viaje Del Sol