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7 Private Resorts in Tagaytay for Weekend Retreats

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Tagaytay is a popular spot for quick vacations — it’s close to the city, it has a cool climate, and it offers lots of fun activities. Here we’ve compiled the best private resorts in Tagaytay where you can book for great weekends!

1. Cedara Thermal Pool

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Want to visit Tagaytay but don’t want to freeze out while swimming in a pool? Well, here’s your answer. Cedara Thermal Pool is the only resort with a heated pool in the city.

This modern house features 4 bedrooms and 2 lofts (access depends on the number of guests), living room, and an indoor & outdoor kitchen. There is also a billiards table and videoke for entertainment.

Cedara Thermal Pool is a convenient option for those who are looking for a nearby resort with all the essential amenities for casual get-togethers.

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2. John Hammock’s Vacation House

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Private resorts in Tagaytay - John's Hammock
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John Hammock’s Vacation House is located in a farm, which makes it perfect for a remote & relaxing stay.

This beautiful house features 4 bedrooms, a spacious living room, and kitchen. Of course, it also has a wide garden and a private swimming pool.

Aside from get-togethers, John Hammock’s is also open for small events.

Contact: Facebook | Book via Agoda

3. Ruby’s Place Amadeo

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Ruby’s Place Amadeo (formerly called Casa del Sol) is a Bohemian-styled house with private pool just 15 minutes away from the city proper of Tagaytay. This place is popular among millenials, but it’s also a good choice for family get-togethers and even special events.

This house has space for everyone — it features 3 bedrooms and several futons where you can lay down in style. It has a kitchen and private pool.

You can book the house for exclusive use or book individual rooms.

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4. Althea’s Orchard

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Private resorts in Tagaytay - Althea's Orchard
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Althea’s Orchard is just the perfect mix of an IG-worthy and nature-inspired resort. It’s nestled between Tagaytay and Batangas, with a 360 view of Taal Lake on the front and Balayan Bay on the backside.

The resort’s best features is its infinity pool, which offers an amazing view of the surrounding hills. It can be heated for an additional fee. The interior features floor-to-ceiling windows, with 4 bedrooms a complete kitchen. The resort also has a vast garden and organic farm, where you can stroll around or relax.

If these aren’t enough to convince you, the resort also has kawa baths! You don’t need to go to Tibiao to have this local experience.

The resort can also be rented as an events venue.

P.S. If you’re looking for a similar place with an infinity pool and amazing views, we recommend Narra Hill in Tagaytay!

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5. Enchante Farm

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Have an enchanting time with this idyllic vacation house in Mendez, Cavite. You can enjoy a nice staycation, go fishing in the ponds, or cuddle together around the bonfire at night.

Enchante Farm features a grandeur house with 1 large bedroom and common spaces for additional guests. There is KTV, mini-billiards, fishing area, and an infinity pool. The outdoors is spacious enough for group activities and even events.

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Has this list of private resorts in Tagaytay been helpful to you? If you have other recommendations, let us know in the comments section below!

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    • Katherine Cortes

      Hi Liza, I checked and it’s now listed as permanently closed. 🙁 I check the listings occasionally, but this pandemic there’s a lot more businesses closing down unfortunately…

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