Banaue View Inn
Lonely Planet review
This inn sits at the top of a hill overlooking town and the rice terraces. Rooms are pleasant and clean. You might ask the owner, Lily, to regale you with stories about her grandfather, renowned Yale anthropologist Otley Beyer, who wrote extensively about Ifugao culture, or her father, William, a swashbuckling antiques dealer who sired 16 children.
Our independent authors have visited Banaue View Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Banaue.
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