|Capilla San Miguel|
The resort's Abrao Restaurant by the sea serves local Ilocano fare (bagnet, Vigan longanisa, etc.), fresh fruit juices, and refreshing herbal drinks and teas.It is owned by Dr. Joven R. Cuanang, a neurologist, Harvard graduate and Medical Director at St. Luke’s Medical Center. The resort was named after his mother. At the center of the resort is the quaint Capilla de San Miguel, a chapel named after the patron saint of Currimao. The chapel, fronting Plaza de Manzanillo, is a wide-angle vantage point from which to see the six distinct villas, 5 named after the respective towns (Batac, Dingras, Piddig, Bacarra and San Nicolas).from which the reconstructed ancestral home originates.
|Kwarto ni Cecille|
|The resort's swimming pool|
The living room of Balay Batac (PhP12,500/night for 4 guests), the largest house in Sitio Remedios, has Dr. Cuanang's parents’ wedding picture, retouched in the inimitable larawan style by National Artist BenCab. The portrait "Remedios, Maestra" by Antonio Leano graces the sitting area while a large mural by the artist Manny Garibay, honoring the bravery of Gen. Artemio Ricarte (El Vibora) hangs in the dinning area. A portrait of Bishop Gregorio Aglipay graces the second floor sitting area while portraits of brothers Juan and Antonio Luna are also featured. The one-storey Balay Bacarra (PhP6,000/night for 2 guests), made from wood salvaged from a Bacarra house, features pictures of nautilus shells and artsy nudes by famous fashion photographer Wig Tysman, an old drawing of the Bacarra Tower by Zany Laygo and "An Ilocana Balasang," another gift by the National Artist, BenCab. A bedroom, called Kuarto ni Antonia, was named in honor of its first occupant, Antonia Bersola-Babao.
The modest Ablon (an Ilocano word for "healing through touch/massage"), adjacent to the dining area, is Sitio Remedios’ on-site health and wellness spa. Twin enamel bathtubs here have a commanding view of the sea and the fiery Currimao sunset. The resort also has a swimming pool and jacuzzi in front of the dining area. Historical lectures are also conducted in a hall called Centro Ilocos de Juan Luna.