March 11, 2019

TagpuJuan sa Dos Hermanos in Pagudpud: A Serene Sanctuary By The Sea

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  • TagpuJuan sa Dos Hermanos is a transient house and resto-bar near the famous twin island, Dos Hermanos.

    Located in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, this private home near the island reef is a Filipino-Mediterranean inspired home that combines both an old and modern touch.

    TagpuJuan sa Dos Hermanos is overlooking the Twin Island

    Dubbed as a quiet sanctuary by the sea, TagpuJuan’s nipa hut setting will serve as your temporary sanctuary as you experience the ultimate island life.  

    The nipa hut setting was accented with serene blue and white colors and displays 

    This transient house can be rented as a whole (Php 12,500/ night) with four rooms and a big living room that perfectly fits 10 to 12 people. This is highly recommended for families who wish to have a private place for themselves.

    The transient house can be rented as a whole for Php 12,500/ night

    It also houses a resto-bar inside where they serve Ilocano favorites such as Pinakbet (mixed vegetables), Bagnet (crispy pork belly), Ilocos longganisa (pork sausage), as well as fresh seafood Sinigang (sour stew).

    Al fresco dining at TagpuJuan

    The restaurant is only exclusive for in-house guests of the transient house. However, every summer, they open the restaurant to cater to the public.

    How to get here:

    • From Laoag City, take the Pan-Philippine Hwy and continue to follow for about 85 km. You’ll pass through Bacarra, Burgos, and Bangui. Turn left at the end of the road Baloi and straight ahead to Blue Lagoon. TagpuJuan is located on the left just in front of Casa Consuelo.

    General Information:

    Address: Sitio Banyaran, Brgy. Balaoi, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
    Contact Details: 0915-545-9338 / 0928-764-5069
    Business Hours: For reservations only
    Facebook: TagpuJuan sa Dos Hermanos transient and restobar


    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese magazine March 2019 issue.
    Images courtesy of TagpuJuan sa Dos Hermanos
    Written by Denisse Tenorio

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