Amidst Baguio’s pine-scented setting is Forest House, a cozy log-cabin style Bistro that’s been welcoming diners since 2001. Serving local comfort food in an equally comforting ambience—complete with a fire place, country-styled décor, and rustic wood and brick furnishings—Forest House is a must for every Baguio Traveler. Their best-sellers include an array of Bagnet dishes from Sinigang na Bagnet to Binagoongan Bagnet, grilled fillet mignon cooked to your liking, and freshly baked fruit pies.
Tip: Duck in after a long day of sight-seeing for a cup of freshly-brewed coffee. With a wide selection of local and imported beans and baked goods, Forest House has all the makings of a perfect afternoon embracing Baguio’s pine breeze.
Who wouldn’t want to take an OOTD in any of Forest House’s picturesque nooks? Add to that a luscious plate for food and you’ll keep snapping away.
Forest House isn’t just a bistro. It’s also a boutique bed and breakfast. Situated relatively near Baguio’s major avenues and shopping center, it’s a convenient location in the center of the tourist attractions. With a great view of Mount Sto. Tomas and Camp John Hay, you’ll feel as cool and calm as the pleasant Baguio climate.
Done in country chic interiors, it’s warm, bright, and homey with a local flair. With top-notch ambience and excellent service, Forest House Bed and Breakfast is your home away from home.
A glimpse of Forest House’s spacious and well-appointed rooms. Don’t forget the gorgeous view! The expansive property is beautifully designed and reminds you of European log cabin-style cottages. Finished with artwork from local artists, it’s a harmony of the best of both worlds.