Nestled in the country’s most preserved historic city that dates back to the 15th century, Grandpa’s Inn flings you all the way back to the Spanish Era in the Philippines. A “classic” Ilocano ambiance like no other.
Discover new things beyond the usual at Grandpa’s with its very homey and warm interiors and antique decorations.
It’s used to be the residential Spanish house of the Donato Family that was converted into an Inn in 1979. It has now expanded to another heritage house of the Pilar Encarnacion-Tongson Family with three dormitory rooms and the restaurant Uno Grille.
Smell the aroma of a “good” coffee at Café Uno and relish real gastronomic Ilocandia treat at Kusina Felicitas under a cozy and quaint ambiance just like the Grandpa’s Inn itself.
They serve bagnet (crisp deep-fried pork), pakbet , poqui-poqui – an eggplant salad, dinengdeng – a vegetarian soup with bagoong (shrimp paste), fried bunog- (a local fish). It’s a must to try their breakfast menu!
Grandpa’s staffs are friendly and they provide efficient service.
Grandpa’s Inn is located at 1 Bonifacio St. cor. Quirino Blvd, Vigan, Luzon, Philippines