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This Photogenic, Modern Industrial Loft Near Tagaytay is Perfect for Your Holiday Getaway

It can accommodate up to 10 people.

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Photography: Facebook/Loft Tagaytay

Now that Tagaytay City in Cavite has reopened to tourists, it's once again a go-to destination for travelers looking for a much-needed getaway on weekends. It's home to many restaurants and cafés so you'll have plenty of choices when you get hungry, parks for those who just want to get closer to nature, and hotels for those looking for a restful vacation. If you're looking for an exclusive rental that makes for great photos, Loft Tagaytay in Mendez may be up your alley.


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The two-storey home features an industrial-style aesthetic: here, you'll find high ceilings, a combination of faux red-brick walls and light grey finishing, black beams, floor-to-ceiling windows, and hardwood flooring. Wooden pallets are used as bed frame and living room table. The dining area, which has red chairs and benches, also has an Instagram-worthy coffee station. The loft has a lounging spot for when you just want to hang out. There's also a bartop with a fully functional kitchen.

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You can rent the whole house for P3,600 for two people or P3,800 for four people. There's the option of availing breakfast for P120 per head. Groups of 10 can book the place for P7,500. It's also available for prenup shoots with an all-in package of P5,000.

Loft Tagaytay is along Carasuchi Road, Anuling, Mendez, Cavite. Rates start at P3,600. For more information, follow Loft Tagaytay on Facebook.

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