About Us

Pinikpikan Haus was opened to the public on 2011, May.  Popular for its local dish called the Pinikpikan; they are also making their own local ham/bacon.  Owned and managed by Graal Bayang, it is now fast becoming one of the hotest and most popular restaurants in Sagada.  Make sure you try Friday Night Buffet for a festive treat of local dishes, vegetables, fruits, and even desserts.

Alibama Inn was established on 2004, May, seven years before Pinikpikan Haus was born.  It has now gained its popularity to backpackers and budget-tight travelers.  Alibama Inn is located right on top of the Pinikpikan Haus.  Rate is only Php250/head a night with common bathroom, television room and kitchen.  Call (63) 920 8135797 for your questions and reservation.