We chose the Calesa Room, with two calesa beds (coaches/ calesa repurposed as beds) and one double bed (P2,680 per room per night, with complimentary breakfast for all four of us).
The quirky calesa bed really epitomizes the design of Grandpa’s Inn, which I like—the nostalgic elements make it very Vigan. It feels like being at home, with the wood furniture and the knick knacks scattered around. It used to be an ancestral house and was converted into a commercial inn (just like some other hotels in Vigan). I like learning about the inn’s family history, which is posted outside the inn:
But they still have modern amenities as aircon, hot and cold shower, refrigerator and TV in our room (the TV we didn’t have in our resort in Pagudpud). I just found the bathroom a bit small though. The service was good enough and they lent us pitchers and gave us ice for our mixed drinks 🙂 And I was even able to have my cotton dress and top ironed for only P40. Here are other pictures: