Guesthaven Baguio Bed and Breakfast

Guesthaven Baguio Bed and Breakfast Bed and Breakfast Baguio City Guest Haven bed and breakfast is a beautiful touch of rustic country style nestled in the heart of Baguio City.
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fascinating bed and breakfast with country style. Enjoy a quite place to have an exquisite rest and and relaxation..

Operating as usual

We will keep you updated... We will open soon for further notice. Your safety is important to us..Thank you
20/09/2020

We will keep you updated... We will open soon for further notice. Your safety is important to us..
Thank you

31/08/2020
Taste Life

Taste Life

This Azerbaijani lady is cooking delicious dishes from her vegetables.

24/08/2020

Great monday to all... Weather is perfect to start your coffee 😍😍😍

21/08/2020

Stay safe to all!!!!

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14/08/2020

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Baguio City Guide
07/08/2020

Baguio City Guide

A cold and a bit foggy early morning in the City of Pines. Good morning everyone! Be reminded to always follow basic health and safety protocols.

Here is today's Weather Forecast (August 8, 2020).

Temperature:
Lowest Temperature: 16.0°C (as of 5:00 AM today)
Highest Temperature: 24.8°C (as of yesterday)

Forecast:
Baguio City will experience occasional rain showers and or thunderstorms due to the trough of LPA/Southwest Monsoon. Moderate to Strong winds blowing from the Southeast.

Sunrise: 5:41 AM
Sunset: 6:22 PM

Source: PAGASA

#BaguioCity #WeatherInBaguio

06/08/2020

Disposing and selling items for our over inventories... Check out items that you may need... Check FB account of my sister for details @shero Ahmed

Good morning to all
22/07/2020

Good morning to all

Breath, fresh air is here 😊😊
#PinesCity

📷 Je Carino

18/07/2020
we will open for further notice

Lets all stay safe and healthy

SupportSmallBusiness
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#bedandbreakfast
#Baguiocity
#guesthavenbaguio
#ilovelocalcoffee

12/07/2020

Lets all stay safe and healthy
#weworkasonewehealasone
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#supportlocal
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#Baguiocity

Guesthaven Baguio Bed and Breakfast's cover photo
12/07/2020

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10/07/2020

Sending you all the Love.. Have a great Friday!

#weworkasonewehealasone
#SupportSmallBusiness
#supportlocal

Reminding our self for our safety and for every body
06/07/2020

Reminding our self for our safety and for every body

Nandito na ang Wais Pinoy Checklists na pwedeng i-download at i-post sa inyong mga bahay! 🏠 Ang featured Wais Pinoy checklist natin for today ay tungkol sa paglabas ng bahay for errands.

Upang tignan ang iba pang checklist, pumunta lamang sa link na ito 👉🏼 bit.ly/WaisChecklists. Mayroon ding Tagalog at Bisaya versions!

Let's #BeatCOVID19 for a #HealthyPilipinas! 💚

Happy TuesdayLets all stay Safe♥️♥️♥️♥️
30/06/2020

Happy Tuesday
Lets all stay Safe♥️♥️♥️♥️

27/06/2020
Kennon Road Temporarily Closed to Private Vehicles Except for Local Residents | BCG News
26/06/2020
Kennon Road Temporarily Closed to Private Vehicles Except for Local Residents | BCG News

Kennon Road Temporarily Closed to Private Vehicles Except for Local Residents | BCG News

Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CRDRRMC) released an advisory informing the public that Kenon Road will be temporarily closed to private vehicles except for local residents effective yesterday, June 25, 2020, until further notice.

Happy monday😊
23/06/2020

Happy monday😊

21/06/2020
DTI CAR
03/06/2020

DTI CAR

Advisories for the restaurants and fast food establishments offering dine-in services.

Please follow the link to access the minimum health protocols as prescribed https://bit.ly/guidelines_resto_fastfood

For more inquiries you may contact the following DTI Offices:
[email protected] | 074 614 0006; 0063 997 937 0159
[email protected] | 074 683 0019; 0063 928 785 9631
[email protected] | 074 665 3526
[email protected] | 0063 917 592 7362; 0063 919 845 4800
[email protected] | 0063 920 423 3910; 0063 917 519 6985
[email protected] | 0063 998 862 4898; 0063 915 684 5554
[email protected] | 0063 917 597 3067

31/05/2020
Miwishayu, a Good Burger

Miwishayu, a Good Burger

We are ready to serve you!
The Cozy Cove and Miwishayu are now open to serve you for dine-in and take out orders starting this June 1!

Not to worry, we have taken strict measures and are compliant in maintaining a safe environment for all our customers and our staff.

Avail of a 20% discount on all food and bevarages from June 1 to June 30,2020 for all dine-in and take out orders. (Not applicable to senior/PWD discount, delivery service or other promotions)

We are open from 8am-8pm. We are located at Mountain Lodge, #27 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City. (In front of teachers camp)
Parking is available.

For reservations, questions and inquiries you may contact us at +639778438959, +639209520830 or (074)442-4544.

Public Information Office - City of Baguio
31/05/2020

Public Information Office - City of Baguio

Executive Order No. 95 series of 2020 "Prescribing General Guidelines for the City of Baguio while it is under Modified General Community Quarantine"

Please read carefully and understand the provisions.

Features: Curfew and border restrictions remain. Market schedule is retained. Those going to the market and other retail establishments, follow the market schedule and old procedure being done since ECQ. Your Home Quarantine Passes will eventually become your market pass.

The public is reminded that even though we are under MGCQ, we are essentially still under quarantine and the COVID-19 threat remains thus leisure and loitering are still discouraged and observance of health and safety protocols is required.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong stressed that the guidelines are dynamic and imperfect and thus can be adjusted anytime as seen fit by authorities.

Curfew and border restrictions were retained in line with the city's thrust for an ultra-cautious and calibrated reopening of the economy in view of the continuing danger of virus transmission.

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AN EXECUTIVE ORDER PRESCRIBING GENERAL GUIDELINES
FOR THE CITY OF BAGUIO WHILE IT IS UNDER MODIFIED GENERAL COMMUNITY QUARANTINE (MGCQ)

WHEREAS, per Resolution No. 41 of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID), the City of Baguio is now included in those areas that are classified under Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ).

WHEREAS, consistent with previous practice, Baguio City shall adopt the national plan towards the “new normal” in a gradual and moderate manner as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to endanger the citizenry;

WHEREAS, we are cognizant that the health and safety of the community remains paramount over business and economic interests, however, positive developments have enabled us to ease up on restrictions and bring back a sense of normalcy to life in the city,

WHEREAS, per Section 8, Item No. 4 of the IATF-EID Omnibus Guidelines on Community Quarantine, dated 22 May 2020, Local Government Units shall “adopt measures lawful and necessary to implement and enforce the minimum public health standards as defined herein”;

WHEREAS, in furtherance of the General Welfare Clause enshrined in Section 16 of the Local Government Code, additional safety precautions must be implemented to reinforce those actions already being taken by the city government in its objective to recover and move forward into the “new normal”;

NOW THEREFORE, I, BENJAMIN B. MAGALONG, City Mayor, by the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order the following:

SECTION 1. GENERAL RULES TO MAINTAIN MINIMUM HEALTH STANDARDS. In accordance with IATF-EID Resolution No. 37 (as amended by Resolution No. 38) and its Omnibus Guidelines on Community Quarantine, Department of Health (DOH) Administrative Order No. 2020-015, and all other pertinent issuances relative thereto, the following general rules shall be applied during this period of MGCQ;

A. A general curfew for the hours of 9:00 o’clock in the evening to 4:00 o’clock the following morning shall be imposed on all persons in the city, except those working in permitted industries and businesses which require operations beyond the curfew such as medical services, security services, BPOs, and export oriented industries;

B. All persons within the City of Baguio shall wear face masks at all times while in public spaces, and shall strictly observe social distancing. For purposes of this Order, social distancing shall mean the maintenance of physical distance of at least one (1) meter radius between persons at any given time;

C. A temporary ban on the sale and distribution of liquor and other alcoholic products is imposed. Likewise, consumption of liquor and other alcoholic products in public places is prohibited;

D. All offices, work places, stores, shops, establishments, including those within malls and shopping centers, shall exercise utmost hygiene and sanitation, continuous disinfection of high traffic and high touch contact areas, and shall implement such other advisories as prescribed by the DOH, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), and the City Health Services Office (HSO). Failure or refusal to comply with prescribed standards may be a ground for revocation or business permits and the imposition of fines, where applicable;

E. All persons must stay at home, except in the following instances:

1. To access food and basic necessities on their assigned market schedules;

2. To accomplish necessary errands, or to attend permitted activities outside the home;

3. To attend to medical emergencies, or confirmed medical appointments with their health care providers;

4. To report for work in permitted industries and offices;

F. Pursuant to minimum health standards provided in DOH Administrative Order No. 2020-0015, senior citizens, individuals with immunodeficiency or comorbidities, minors, and pregnant women must stay at home and limit their travel to essential and urgent needs;

G. Freedom of movement pursuant to the exigency of duty shall be allowed for the following:

1. Uniformed personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Bureau of Corrections (BUCOR), and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP)l

2. Personnel in the emergency and disaster management services such as the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), Emergency Medical Services (EMS), the Philippine Red Cross, and duly accredited civil assistance groups;

3. Medical practitioners, health care workers, personnel of the HSO, members of the Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams (BHERTs), and members of the Baguio Contact Tracing Team;

4. Those as may be authorized by Resolution of the IATF-EID;

5. Personnel deployed by the City Mayor’s Office-Permits and Licensing Division (PLD), Special Services Division (SSD), Public Order and Safety Division (POSD), and such other persons as may be authorized as the COVID-19 Inter-Agency Task Force (COVID-19 IATF);

6. Inspection and assessment teams of Government Instrumentalities;

7. Employees of the Executive and Legislative Branches of the Government, and the Judiciary, while on official duty;

8. Employees and personnel reporting for work in permitted industries and businesses as listed in Section 3 hereof, upon presentation of Employee ID, Certificate of Employment or any similar document;

SECTION 2. GENERAL RESTRICTIONS FOR BORDER MANAGEMENT. The PNP-Baguio City Police Office, shall maintain checkpoint stations on major entry points to Baguio City for the duration of the MGCQ, in accordance with the following rules:

A. Restricted entry into the City shall be maintained, except to the following persons:

1. Health and emergency frontline service personnel;

2. Government officials and government frontline personnel;

3. Duly accredited or authorized humanitarian assistance actors (HAAs);

4. Persons travelling for medical reasons;

5. Returning or repatriated Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and other Overseas Filipinos (OFs) returning to their place of residence, in coordination with OWWA;

6. Beneficiaries of the Balik Probinsya Program, and Locally Stranded Individuals (LSIs) who are residents of Baguio, and returning to the city;

7. Employees of permitted industries in accordance with Advisories that shall be released in application to their respective sectors;

8. Cargo, logistic service providers, and courier services transporting food and non-food items;

9. Service providers for electric, water, telecommunications, and waste management utilities;

10. Those authorized by Resolution of the IATF-EID, or the local COVID-19 IATF; and

11. Uniformed personnel of the AFP, PNP, BFP, PCG, BJMP, and BUCOR;

B. Persons entering the city must submit themselves to mandatory temperature screening and triage assessment. Those who refuse to submit themselves to temperature screening shall not be allowed to enter;

C. Those who have registered a body temperature of 37.6 degrees and above, after undergoing validation tests, shall be directed to immediately report to the nearest health facility for further examination, or isolation, if necessary;

SECTION 3. WORK ARRANGEMENTS AND PERMITTED ACTIVITIES. Rules and guidelines for work arrangements in public and private offices, and permitted activities in the City are as follows:

A. Indoor and outdoor non-contact sports and other forms of physical fitness and exercise such as but not limited to walking, jogging, running, biking, golf, swimming, tennis, badminton, and skateboarding are allowed. Provided, that minimum public health standards such as the wearing of masks, maintenance of social distancing protocols, and no sharing of equipment where applicable, are observed. The conduct and regulations applicable to these activities shall be included in Advisories to be released by the City Sports Office under the Office of the City Administrator;

B. Face-to-face or in person classes may be conducted in Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) provided that there is strict compliance with minimum health standards, consultation with local government units, and compliance with guidelines set by the Commission on Higher Education, HEI activities that involve mass gatherings of students shall continue to be prohibited. For K-12 Basic Education, the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan of the Department of Education shall be adopted;

C. Work in public and private offices may be allowed to resume with 100% of their workforce, with the exception that employees who are over the age of sixty (60), those with immunodeficiency, comorbidity, other health risks, and pregnant women shall be assigned alternative work arrangements;

D. Those activities not specifically stated herein shall be addressed in issuances and advisories to be released in suppletory effect hereto;

SECTION 4. PERMITTED INDUSTRIES. Pursuant to IATF-EID Omnibus Guidelines on Community Quarantine, the following industries shall be allowed to operate, subject to the following regulations, to wit:

A. All businesses and industries permitted to operate during the period of Enhanced Community Quarantine and General Community Quarantine may now operate at full capacity, and are mandated to comply with the health standards as prescribed in DTI and DOLE Interim Guidelines on Workplace Prevention and Control of COVID-19, DTI Memorandum Circular No. 20-21, Series of 2020, advisories from the City Government, and all other pertinent issuances released subsequent hereto;

B. Operation schedules for some businesses may be changed or alternated during the MGCQ to accommodate spatial arrangements more conducive for appropriate social distancing and health standards;

C. All public and private construction projects shall be allowed subject to strict compliance with construction safety guidelines issued by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the city government;

D. Food retail establishments previously limited to take-out and delivery services may now offer dine-in services, provided, they operate at a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of seating capacity, with compliance with health and sanitation standards as prescribed by the DTI and other advisories issued by the city government;

E. Barber shops, salons, and beauty parlors may provide services limited to basic haircutting services, and shall operate at a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of their venue capacity, with compliance with health and sanitation standards as prescribed by the DTI and other advisories, beginning on 7 June 2020;

F. General Merchandise stores, RTW retail stores, and other dry goods retail establishments may operate, subject to the implementation of practices to ensure social distancing and other health and safety standards within their premises;

G. Indoor fitness centers, gyms, and other recreational facilities may operate at a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of venue capacity, upon assessment and approval of the City Administrator’s Office-Sports Office;

H. Internet shops may operate at a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of their venue capacity, except for e-gaming services, provided, there is compliance with health and safety standards. Operators of internet shops are reminded to rearrange their premises to facilitate social distancing among their customers;

I. Pursuant to Department of Tourism (DOT) Administrative Order No. 2020-02, dated 22 May 2020, hotels, lodging, or hospitality establishments may operate at 50% of their venue capacity, provided, their operations shall be limited to the provision of basic lodging, and they have acquired a DOT Certificate of Authority to Operate;

J. Boarding houses and other long term accommodations establishments shall be allowed to operate to accommodate returning residents and workers in permitted industries and businesses;

K. Business establishments and offices are expected to give full and faithful compliance with the rules as stated herein. Failure to comply may be a ground for revocation of business permit, and the imposition of fines, where applicable. Owners of stores, markets, supermarkets, groceries, and other similar retailers of basic goods, pharmacies, and drug stores are strongly reminded to comply with the DTI advisory on price freeze for basic commodities while the country is under a State of Public Health Emergency;

L. All establishments allowed to open shall require the use of face masks, observe utmost hygiene and sanitation, conduct continuous disinfection of high traffic and high touch contact areas, provide of hand sanitizers or hand wash stations at their entrances, and shall enforce such other advisories as prescribed by the DOH, DTI, and the City Health Services Office (HSO);

M. Being in the front line in the fight against COVID-19, health care workers and social workers shall be provided with express lanes;

N. Those businesses and industries not specifically stated herein shall be addressed in issuances and advisories to be released in suppletory effect hereto;

SECTION 5. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TRANSPORT SECTOR. The following general guidelines shall be applied in the operation of the transport sector during the period of MGCQ, to wit:

A. Pending further guidelines from the Department of Transportation (DOTR), arrangements for mass public transportation between local government units and quarantine zones shall undergo further deliberations and consultations with concerned bus operators. Approved operation plans shall be stated in advisories to be released subsequent hereto;

B. Carriage and passenger arrangements of public utility jeepney (PUJs) and taxi units shall be limited to 50% capacity, in keeping with strict health standards, and DOTR Guidelines for Public Transport Operations under MGCQ, to wit:

1. PUJ operators and taxi drivers shall install non-permeable transparent physical barriers between drivers and passengers;

2. Operators must to implement seating arrangements that can accommodate 50% of the vehicle passenger capacity and at the same time comply with social distancing practices;

3. Only one passenger is allowed at the front seating area;

4. Operators should institute measures to mitigate the spread of the virus such as mandatory wearing of face masks and gloves for drivers, hand sanitizers and similar disinfectants that are made readily available inside the vehicle, and utilization of a non-contact fare payment system;

5. Passengers should be reminded to wear face masks;

C. Travel routes and coding schemes for PUJs, Taxi Units, and private vehicles shall be according to official Advisories to be released in suppletory effect hereto;

D. A Temporary Transportation Scheme, formulated through the analyses of the Baguio Traffic and Transport Technical Working Group (BTTWG), with the conformity of the local COVID-19 IATF, shall be implemented to manage the movement of public and private vehicles within the city;

E. Owing to the nature of their functions and duties in the implementation of GCQ policies, rules and regulations, the Temporary Transportation Scheme shall not be applied to the following:

1. Health workers, and members of the Baguio City Contact Tracing Team;

2. Uniformed personnel of the AFP, PNP, BFP, PCG, BJMP, and BUCOR;

3. Service providers in emergency and disaster management;

4. Utility services for water, electricity, telecommunications, and waste management;

5. Those other persons as may be authorized by the local COVID-19 IATF in succeeding issuances;

SECTION 6. ENFORCEMENT AND ASSISTANCE. The PNP, HSO, PLD, and POSD are empowered to ensure that the implementation of this Order is carried out with utmost consideration for the order, safety, and security of all persons involved. The BHERTs may be called upon to assist in monitoring compliance with health standards as prescribed herein and in succeeding official Advisories;

SECTION 7. DISSEMINATION OF THIS ORDER. The City Public Information Office under the City Mayor’s Office is hereby directed to cause the widest dissemination of this Order;

SECTION 8. SUPPLETORY APPLICATION. All other issuances of the DILG, DOH, DTI the IATF-EID, and the local COVID-19 IATF shall have suppletory application to this Executive Order. As such, portions of this Order may be amended or modified as may be necessary;

SECTION 9. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE. Should any provision of this Executive Order be declared invalid for any reason those parts not affected thereby shall remain valid and in full force and effect;

SECTION 10. REPEALING CLAUSE. All other issuances inconsistent herewith are deemed modified accordingly;

SECTION 11. EFFECTIVITY. This Executive Order shall take effect at 12:00 a.m. of 1 June 2020, and shall remain effective until 12:00 a.m. of 15 June 2020, or until such time that the MGCQ in Baguio City is lifted or modified by the IATF-EID.

Issued this 30th day of May 2020 in Baguio City, Philippines.

BENJAMIN B. MAGALONG
City Mayor

Address

9 Justice Village, Marcos Highway
Baguio City
2600

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 19:00
Thursday 09:00 - 19:00
Friday 09:00 - 19:00
Saturday 09:00 - 19:00
Sunday 09:00 - 19:00

Telephone

+639175097000

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It has been restored and polished with a touch of rustic country living. A refinement of detailed design with exceptional style and simplicity creates a warm, peaceful and friendly atmosphere. Throughout the home, there are common areas boasting a high ceiling, walls paneled by Narra wood and an enormous fireplace ablaze with logs during cooler months.

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