If you're looking for an authentic feel of a house during the Spanish colonial times, Casa Punzalan is the perfect place to spend a night in Taal, Batangas.
Casa Punzalan is the first tourist inn in the centuries-old town of Taal. It is an 18th-century house converted into a small hotel under the auspices of the Taal Heritage Foundation. It has 3-fan rooms and 2 air-conditioned rooms, named after the children of the owners of the house.
Budget travellers like us were delighted as Casa Punzalan offers very low tariff rates of their rooms. For only 600 pesos (non-aircon room) and 1,000-1,200 pesos (aircon room) per night, you'll get to experience how to live in an 18th century house.
Located in the town proper, it is near the market, the town hall, commercial establishments, and offers a great view of the Taal Basilica.
Huge capiz shell windows
Tel. No.: (043)408-0084
Look for Ms. Lucy De Villa
Mobile No.: 0921-7600527
This trip to Taal Batangas happened last January 17-18, 2011. Here is a series of posts on our trip to one of the most well-preserved Spanish colonial town in our country. Discover the places we've been to, the people we met, the food we tasted and the experience we gained as we unravel the magnificence of this old town.
The Well-preserved Spanish Colonial Town of Taal | The Heritage Houses of Taal | Casa Punzalan, A Blast from the Past! | The Our Lady of Caysasay Shrine and Sacred Well of Sta. Lucia in Taal
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