Camiña also serves lunch and dinner. Make reservations at least one day before your visit/tour because they need time to prepare the food they are going to serve. They only accept a group of at least five people.
A little note though -- if there's only two of you or if your group is less than five, I advice you call and inquire if there's another group who reserved that day because they might take you in.
Also worthy of note, the ground floor houses a traditional weaving loom. The family has kept their weaving tradition alive.
Photos 1 & 2: Chocolateras and baterol.
Photos 3 & 4: Charming corners at the 2nd floor.
Photo 1: The big, solid staircase going up the 2nd floor.
Photo 2: Another dining space on the 2nd floor. Love, love the big windows!
Oh, excuse this solo photo of me. I can't help it. I love old houses.
And one day, I'm going to own an old house like this!
When you visit Iloilo, swing by Camiña Balay Nga Bato. You'll love the quiet charm of this place. The food is really good, too.
Php 150/person : House Tour with Tsokolate (no minimum, according to their FB page)
Php 200/person : House Tour with Tsokolate and Pancit Molo (minimum of 5)
Php 500/person : House Tour with Lunch, Tsokolate, and Pancit Molo (minimum of 10)
Camiña Balay Nga Bato
20 Osmeña Street
Villa de Arevalo
Phone : (033) 3363858 | 0917 3055355
Business Hours : 8am - 6pm | Mondays to Saturdays
By Reservation only
(All photos from the iPhone)