Farm T House, Cavinti Laguna
We went on a glamping trip in Cavinti Laguna again. This time we stayed in Farm T House which is another location of the Bloc T-House company but this one is in a farm.
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Contact No.: 0936 969 9644
Address: Farmshare St Brgy Duhat, Cavinti, Laguna
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How to book Farm T-House
1. Create an Airbnb account to get P3,100 discount on your first booking.
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2. Book through Airbnb.
Farm T House
There are four types of houses, the Airy, Cube, Slim, and the Tube. We stayed in the Tube because this one is good for 2.
Here is what they look like at night.
The Tube T House
We stayed in the Tube T-House which is good for 2 persons. This is what it looks like in front, it has a sliding door, and the whole body is made out of metal.
At the back, there is a tiny veranda with tables and chairs, and a hammock underneath it.
Inside the house, we had everything we need for a glamping. The house has a sofa bed, 4 pillows, a blanket, an umbrella, trash can, and an electric fan. It’s cold in Cavinti so you might not be needing the electric fan haha. Electricity and Wifi are also available 24/7.
There are various common areas that visitors can use for free. Like this Hall, wherein CJhay (the staff) introduced the farm to us.
Also, a classroom type area is here.
Two shared comfort rooms are also available.
Various nipa huts are all around the area.
Finally, a common pantry and grilling area is also available.
Farmshare Agri Park Food
We didn’t bring any food to cook, so we ordered from Farmshare Agri Park. First we had Grilled Liempo which tasted like your usual BBQ at home.
Grilled Liempo BBQ P200
Then, Busy ordered Vegetable Kare Kare, which tasted just okay according to Busy. I don’t eat veggies and kare kare so I didn’t taste it that much haha.
Finally, we also ordered Fried Rabbit. At first I was not okay with the idea of eating a Rabbit because they are so cute! But we ordered one so we know how does it taste. Well, it tasted like the native chicken, it’s just so weird because we do not know the parts haha.
What to do in Farm T House?
1. Take Photos with the Roaming Animals
This one is one of our favorites because animals are just roaming around so we can take photos whenever we want.
2. Milk the Cows
We got to milk the cows! Haha I just had one successful time, but Busy got the technique so he milked the cow a lot.
3. Feed the Calves
For P100 per big bottle, we had a chance to feed the calves. They are so cute and very hungry!
4. Go on a Farm Tour
One of the highlights of the activities is going on a farm tour. It just costs P100 per person to go on a tour.
We saw some horses, goats, cows, and rabbits.
We even got a chance to feed the rabbits.
The farm also sells live animals if you wish to take home one.
5. Drink Unlimited Barako Coffee
There is an unlimited Barako Coffee available 24/7 so if you love coffee you can drink a lot here hahaha.
6. Chill Beside the Bonfire
At night, we got to chill by the bonfire and even make some smores.
Finally, of course like what we said earlier we ate! hahah
Happy and Busy’s Smileys for Farm T House
We enjoyed our glamping at the Farm T House. There is a lot of activities and the stay is a bit unique.
Before and during our stay, their service is great! Before our stay they replied to our queries immediately. During our stay, Cjhay attended to all of our needs.
Value for money
The experience is considerably priced right.
The area can be a bit hard to reach by public transportation, but it is easy to go to on a private vehicle.
We like how we felt like we were really in a farm and glamping at the same time. We love that some of the animals are available to see, like the donkeys which are just there.
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