About us



Overview and History

After 6 months of repairs and renovation to resurrect this post war house, of circa 30s – 40s style structure, Old Orangewood Bed and Breakfast opened its doors to the public on July 3, 2016. The place features an in-house Café which also serves as the dining hall. The building has 15 rooms of varying sizes and capacities. According to gathered history from the neighborhood old-timers, the property stood amidst a vast orchard of wild Oranges. And during the late 40s to early 50s, an international protestant missionary organization settled in to lease the entire abode and serve as a boarding school for the children of their delegates while the same are in the remote areas of the Cordilleras to propagate their vocation. Most of the old wood, stone walls and pillars made of Baguio Lime Stone are preserved which add to the beauty and home-like feel of the B & B. Sitting on a back road location, less dreadful traffic is seen yet well within the central business district. Famous land sites in Baguio are just minutes away. The rooms are comfortable, each with private bathrooms and feature hand-crafted decors. The amenities and overall concept are minimalist and semi-rustic. Aiming to be as rest-conducive as possible, there is a “Quiet Hours” window enforced in the entire facility. The main feature is the Cove Area where everyone gathers to lounge around the big fireplace for a warm and wholesome time. A unique attraction introduced is the Children’s Play Area. A dedicated spot for kids under the big staircase embellished with books and toys. There is also a mini library on the second floor. This place is not just family oriented, but a true child-friendly haven. Breakfast is provided and inclusive in the room rates. In the menu are several choices of native and international selection, often reviewed as, Outstanding. A bigger part of the inn’s features however, may be the extra friendly and very helpful staff that provide extensive assistance, from booking, reservation, to guests’ arrival, all the way to their departure, sincerely going the extra mile.


Old Orangewood Bed and Breakfast offers local and international tourists a real bite of a cozy and welcoming experience in the Summer Capital. Laid back ambience in a familiar house set-up. Competitive pricing on rooms and services with much flexibility on longer stays. The establishment works with today’s most popular online booking sites and has received excellent ratings and reviews. The Hot Cat Café, our in-house brewer offers precision coffee and excellent concoctions fit for international coffee connoisseurs. Sumptuous nibbles and home-made snacks are available and hand made on-site. The B & B is open 24/7,  a family-run and family-owned business; the owners’ presence therefore is constant and are hands-on in logistics and operational tasks.


The mission is to be an epitome of genuine Baguio hospitality and a place that pays proper homage to the City’s heritage aiming to provide 100% customer satisfaction

Core Values

Nothing comes first but employee contentment. If there is one true asset in any business, it is the staff. And so they are valued very much. Everyone treats everybody like family. The only principle upheld here is based on the quote: “Take care of your employees and they will take care of the rest…”.



  • Privileged Location
  • High Customer Satisfaction
  • Unparalleled Service
  • Old World Charm, Modern Comfort
  • Free WiFi
  • Delicious Breakfast
  • Coffee Bar
  • Fireplace
  • 24 Hour Front Desk Service
  • CCTV Security
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • General/Fire Alarm