|Travel| Ataalaya Farm House, Alitagtag, Batangas - Jona Shares

Mar 18, 2019

|Travel| Ataalaya Farm House, Alitagtag, Batangas


Ataalaya Farm House, Alitagtag, Batangas


I actually dreamt of this place for me and my husband but since our schedule is so busy and whenever I checked it via Airbnb, the farmhouse is always not available. 

Such a blessing is disguise  I met Katherine of Tara Let's Anywhere in an event and I am so delighted when she invited me to join her since his boyfriend cannot make it to their scheduled visit at Ataalaya due to conflict at work.




Atttalaya Farm House is located at Alitagtag, Batangas. It is a five (5) hectare land atop a forest clad cliff. You could easily be inlove with the view of the Taal Volcano and Mount Maculot.

 Ataalaya Farm House, Alitagtag, Batangas



At first, I thought it was a previous ancestral house which was renovated but I am surprised knowing that it was built from scratch. The whole farm house was then a bare land. Ataalaya's design could best be described as a Colonial Melange, which is a blending elements of Cape Dutch and Indian styles with Philippine architecture.

I learned as well that the furnitures were from different countries since the owner loves to travel too. 

The name Ataalaya is a combination of the Spanish word 'Atalaya' which means lookout tower or point, and Taal. 



Ataalaya Farm House is indeed an ideal place for families and friends bonding moments. I also learned that the place is known for pre-nuptial photoshoots and garden wedding events.






How to get to Attaalaya Farm House



Since I am currently in San Pablo City, Laguna. Me and Katherine just met half-way.



Here's how I met her at Sta. Teresita, Batangas.


From House to Van Terminal                    - Php 13.00
Van Terminal to Robinsons Lipa Terminal -  Php 80.00
Lipa Terminal to Sta. Teresita Cuta East  -  Php 35.00
Cuta East to Attalaya Farm House           -  Php 25.00 (Php 50.00/2pax)

For those who will be coming from Manila, Ataalaya Farmhouse is just an hour and a half's drive from Manila while you have options below if you will be commuting.

Bus either going to Lipa or Lemery, just inform the conductor to drop you off at Sta. Cruz/Cuta East while is the Bus is going to Batangas Pier, tell the conductor to drop you off at Tambo/Lipa City. Then from there, you have to take a jeep with a signboard "Lemery" and then drop off at Sta. Cruz/Cuta East.

From Sta. Cruz/Cuta East, there are tricycles going to Ataalaya Farmhouse. I asked the Halo-halo vendor how much is the fare so I have an idea before riding the tricycle. It was Php 50.00 per way. Then I get the driver's number so he can pick us up on the next day.



Check out the video to see what is in store for you when you decide to stay at Attalaya Farm House





Pardon my editing skills, I am still learning. If you can share tips, please let me know. Thank you!





16 comments:

  1. That sounds like a lovely place to stay! The views there are so nice.

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  2. oh wow i love all these photos you took and think this would be such a great time for my family!

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  3. Oh wow! So tranquil this place is! I would love to escape reality and hang out there!!

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  4. Wha ta beautiful spot! I would love to get here one day. I need to relax in a jacuzzi.

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  5. What a beautiful place! Everything there looks so perfect. I'd love to go there!

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  6. What a beautiful vacation! I love that little pool with that great view! Thanks for sharing this wonderful vacation!

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  7. This looks like a pretty amazing experience. I would love to plan a trip with my family.

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  8. The views are amazing! I'd love to go there and enjoy the views as much as I can.

    -LYNNDEE

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  9. That looks like a beautiful place to get away to for a bit. I could use some of that kind of time right about now. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. That looks like an amazing place to be. I would love it if I were there right now. I know my family would really love it.

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  11. Wow this looks just beautiful and relaxing! I'd love it!

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  12. It is so beautiful there! I hope I can visit it one day.

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  13. Looks like a beautiful place to stay and enjoy with family. I would love to visit there.

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  14. I can see why you were so excited about staying there. It's beautiful! I could use a little time to unwind and soak up the beauty of nature.

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  15. Well this place looks like a great place to visit. Everything looks so perfect

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  16. It seems like it was a great experience. The views are incredible.

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