Located on the first floor in the southwest end of the main casa, this is a bedroom for two. It has its own private deck with a view of pocket gardens. Huge capiz windows look out to the verandah of the main dining hall and on to the pine tree garden. There is a connecting door to Room 2 for families who want to have adjoining rooms.
An oil painting called “Hanging by the Moment” by E.J. Cabangon sets the mood for Room 1. It is a large portrait of a stuffed bunny hanging from a laundry line, a tribute to his daughter’s favorite toy and the special bond they share. On another wall are whimsical etched drawings by artist Francis Nacion. The bedroom floor has an inlay of weathered railroad tracks and brick. The bathroom walls are covered with clay leaves, molded from leaves picked up in the compound and hand-prepared by potter Ugu Bigyan and his artisans.
- Two (2) single beds; or a twin-sharing bed
- Single toilet & shower area with hot water
- Flat screen TV
- Outdoor sitting area