Let us take you back to the old world romance of drive in movies this Valentine's day. Imagine enjoying a lovey-dovey movie under the stars. We will set up hammocks, mats, and big fluffy pillows in our pine garden, so you can snuggle up as you watch a romance flick. We'll even serve up some gourmet pop corn.
Try something new together for Valentine's day! Come try your hand at shaping clay and telling your love story through it. Playing with clay can be oh-so-fun and oh-so-revealing (wink! wink!). We'll set you up so that you can create your own terracotta clay storytellers or paint a Valentine's pot together. It will be a creative new way of getting to know each other.
THE LAST FEW HOURS before the old year turns over to the new have become magical moments at Casa San Pablo. Over the years, we have turned the eve into an opportunity to celebrate and share the talents of the artists friends who gather together at our B&B. Weather permitting, we bring out the hammocks and mats in the garden, and watch impromtu performances from willing guests.
OUR STORY IS OUT. Thank you to Alya Honasan of the Philippine Daily Inquirer for the wonderful feature on our Casa San Pablo clay storytellers. The story captured our journey so well, tracing from my days as an editor and publishing executive to give all that up to be an innkeeper and clay artisan.
SOLAR NEWS CHANNEL'S "SOMETHING TO CHEW ON" scooped on scrumptious San Pablo native cuisines during its recent visit to Casa San Pablo last June 6-7, 2014. Led by its amiable host Xandra Rocha, the food travelogue show’s whole crew was warmly welcomed and entertained by our innkeeper An Mercado-Alcantara.
CASA SAN PABLO was selected to be a presenter of the best native kakanin in San Pablo for the launch of the groundbreaking culinary book My SM, My City, My Cuisine. We set out a mini version of our interactive coconut cooking tour to delight vising SM executives as well as hometown guests.