Kasa Raya Inn

KM. 172 Iloilo-Antique Rd., Tibiao, Antique

Kasa Raya Inn
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Category:
Hotel
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours
Phone
+639175247875

Payment Options

Cash

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Parking:
Parking Lot

Most Recent Reviews

TheMitch M.
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"Raya generally means Flow or Sated with drink, is of Hebrew, Bulgarian, Indian origin, Name Raya is a Feminine (or Girl) name. This name is shared across persons, who are either Muslim or Hindu by religion."

"The different meanings of the name Raya are: Hebrew meaning: Friend. Russian meaning: Pet form of Rayna. Arabic meaning: Big Flag. Bulgarian meaning: Heaven."

Kasa means house, Raya means (obviously it has a lot of translations) Heaven or Flow.

So, House of Heaven? House of Flow?

It really doesn't matter much because in this place, you are welcomed as a friend. No kidding.

I've known the guy who owns this since I was 14.

He is indeed very welcoming of people.

He actually designed this place and built it with his hands (with the help of a lot of other hands).

An artist and philosopher, mountaineer, adventure junkie.

This place is a reflection of his style.

Good music is always blasting on the speakers. And by good I mean good.

No pop songs.

Some Sinatra, some Trios Los Panchos, some Cohen, a lot of Marley.

Sip on your home blended coffee with the right amount of krema on top as you listen to the ecclectic mix of music.

Eat your farm to table (look over the bakod and you'll see the farm) food while playing with the English sheepdog who roams around the place. Charles is a big dog. A giant. Gentle as a butterfly though. Clumsy as a regular dog.

Ask the owner to take you on a tour. He'll gladly oblige (as long as he isn't busy).

Or take the tour package (it is really worth it).

Consists of early morning fishing with the locals, some pottery, a trip to the falls, a bit of white water rafting (if the weather permits), and an island hopping stint.

At night, prop your feet up and listen to the soothing sounds of crickets as you drink Gold Eagle beer.

This place is the perfect jump off point for people wanting to check out Boracay and Iloilo.

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