These days, with the world's plastic consumption constantly increasing, sustainability is more important than ever. Even tourism-related establishments go out of their way to minimize their carbon footprint in an effort to protect the environment. If that's one of the things you consider when looking for your next escape, this old clubhouse-turned-private villa in Alfonso, Cavite, is also a sustainable home.
G House Alfonso, which was designed by sustainability advocate and architect Liza Morales-Crespo, was originally a clubhouse in a private subdivision in Cavite. While most of the structure was maintained, her team used upcycled materials, maximised natural lighting and ventilation through floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and installed low-energy appliances.
The house can accommodate up to 16 people in four bedrooms and seven queen-sized beds. It has a spacious living area with glass doors opening into the courtyard with a swiming pool, balconies that are overlooking plenty of outdoor space, and long dining tables for family meals.
Weekday rate is at P30,000 per night, while weekend weekend rate is at P35,000 per night with a minimum of two-night booking. G House Alfonso is in Barangay Amuyong, Alfonso, Cavite. It is about an hour and a half away from Muntinlupa City in Metro Manila via Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road. Rates start at P30,000.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.
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