We stayed in Baguio Country Club on our recent trip to Baguio City. It was my first time to stay there since I wasn’t a member.
The only times I’ve been to BCC (Baguio Country Club) was to buy their raisin bread.
This is the view of the golf course from the dining area.
We got two adjoining rooms for 7 of us. We also got two extra beds. I must say their extra bed was one of the most comfortable I’ve ever slept on.
We had a living room in between the two bedrooms. We spent most of our downtime lounging around here.
We actually had dinner and drinks on this table. Oh the memories 😀
The 2nd bedroom connected to the living room.
Inside the spacious room safe was our most valuable possessions, not jewelry or money, our iPads!
famous BCC bakery
We had the breakfast buffet for the mornings that we were there. Amazingly they had different food on both days. The pictures here were for day 1 only.
eggs and omelet station
Look at the almost fat free, super crispy bacon. Yummm!!!!
crispy bacon, hash browns
My favorite were the small, garlicky sausages that had just the right amount of fat. Perfect with garlic rice and fried egg.
hamonado, derecado longganisa, sausage
tinapa, daing na bangus
Your choice of carbs! There was even beef congee complete with condiments.
bread pudding, waffles, pancakes & garlic rice
all kinds of bread including BCC’s famous raisin bread
When it comes to breakfast my choice is garlic rice which I have only once in blue moon. Really! Garlic rice, beef tapa, 3 kinds of sausage and bacon. All meat baby! Everything was yummy except for the hamonado longganisa which was too sweet and the sausage which was too soft.
Their hot chocolate was just satisfactory for me. It wasn’t as thick or rich as I wanted.
The breakfast buffet cost P395 and for me it was a great deal with the wide array of food available. The second day there was tocino, dried squid, corned beef hash, chicken congee, baked ham, rosti potatoes and so much more. You can have breakfast here everyday and not get tired of the food.
Baguio Country Club
Country Club Road, Baguio City
telephone: (63-74) 619-2050 to 64
Ramon Magsaysay Center,
Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J. Quintos Sr. Street,
telephone: (632) 400-8387 to 89