To stay in a tiny house doesn’t always mean squeezing yourself in a small space. It isn’t always necessarily about sacrifice, you know. But to stay in a tiny impressive doll-house-like dwelling place is now becoming a dream come true especially for all the kikays out there. And I’m so grateful for this new discovery of ours: Madeline’s Ville. This newly opened Bead & Breakfast in Cavite is something cute and adorable I can’t wait to share with all of you!


About Madeline’s Ville

Madeline’s Ville is named after the owners’ daughter (pronounced as ma-de-lin). It basically consists of three stand-alone tiny houses, namely, Sunshine, Earth, and Blue Sky. This 3,333 sqm property is a perfect respite for city dwellers as it’s literally close to nature and nestled in a very private setting. The place is pet-friendly so no worries about bringing your furbabies! Situated in Metro Tagaytay, the cool breeze and fresh air completes the relaxing staycation experience. Stayed here for a night and it was hard to leave the place!


BLUE SKY. That’s me with mom and Jeane.


As seen in the photos, each house is being surrounded by plants and trees that contribute to the relaxing ambiance. The airconditioned houses look really cute and tiny on the outside (‘coz it really is) but what amazed us was despite being small in terms of area (each unit is just 15 sqm), it did not feel compressed once we’re inside the house. Each unit has own kitchenette, a high dining nook/breakfast nook, comfort room (with hot shower), and cabinets for your personal stuff! So how was it even possible to fit everything in one tiny space? Let’s find out.


Inside Blue Sky unit. This is where we stayed.


So there you go, it’s a loft-type unit with the space under the stairs allotted for cabinets and refrigerator. Having a sliding door at the restroom and the absence of railings in the staircase are few more space-saving factors. But in my opinion, it will be best if there are railings at least 3 steps from the top for safety purposes. The ceiling is high enough to make the small space look and feel larger.

The kitchenette has an induction cooker, rice cooker, electric kettle, refrigerator, pots & pans, cooking utensils, plates, mugs, etc. If you happen to bring extra important valuables, there’s a safe box available for use.

The rustic stylish interiors are personally handcrafted by the owners. The houses have the same arrangements and style, they just differ in color palette.


You can cook your own meals
Complete with everything you need
Coffee & tea corner
I’m loving this flexible faucet!
Rustic wood beam lighting. I hate fancy chandeliers now!
EMOH RUO. Our Home. How witty?


Let’s now have a look at the comfort room. I guess you’re thinking there must be a huge compromise in the comfort room due to space saving purposes (I’m guilty too). Good thing, I was wrong! I actually loved that the toilet, washbasin, and shower are not all mixed up in one space. I mean they are all in one place, but there’s a dedicated space for each. So you can still take a shower while the other is using the toilet or brushing teeth. Space efficient but still comfortable.


I like the shape of the washbasin


Few more little things that add to the overall comfortability: Liquid hand soap, toothbrush holder, sufficient number of hooks at the main door and CR, bath soap, towels, carpets & rugs, hangers, etc.

Let’s have a sneak peek inside the other unit.


Inside EARTH unit
Loft bed at the EARTH unit. How cute?


I wasn’t able to photograph the loft bed in our unit because Jeric invaded it right away!

The 32″ TV (with TV Plus) is in the loft bed area. Perfect for movie nights!


Could you please turn on the TV?


Each house is good for 2 persons but you can add two more people with no additional charge (although bath towels, soap, coffee & tea, etc. are still good for 2 persons). There’s a sofa bed provided in case you’re a group of 4.

In our case, the 3 of us slept at the loft bed while mom settled at the sofa bed downstairs because she uses the toilet every now and then.

Cute, artsy, and homey are three words that best describe the houses.


If you want to book these lovely tiny houses, here are the Airbnb links to each property:


Other Amenities


Just in front of the houses, there’s a space for free parking that could fit 4-6 vehicles. Aside from having kitchenette and breakfast nook inside each unit, there’s also an outdoor kitchen and a 12-seater dining table provided. So whether you want to eat inside or alfresco style, it’s your choice! Grillers are also available if you’re a grilled food freak like us. There’s also a fire pit at the backyard if in case you can’t stand the cool breeze. There’s a dangle zone with swings where you can hang around or when you need alone time. Outdoor CCTVs are installed within the premises so no worries about the security.


Cutesy artsy direction signs
Here’s Jeane, a happy kiddo by the swing.
It’s grilling time!
Outdoor kitchen and dining area available for all guests
Jeane enjoying the swing made with recycled tire.
At the parking space


The owner, Sir Ariel, also shared their future development plans such as having a swimming pool at the backyard, and adding a couple more units to accommodate more guests. Now we have something to look forward to for a perfect Tagaytay staycation!



Check-in: After 2PM
Check-out: 12PM (noon)


Getting There

Address: #9963 Matagbak-Palumlum Road, Palumlum Alfonso, Cavite

Via Commute:
1. Take a bus bound for Tagaytay-Nasugbu.
2. Alight at Brgy. Upli.
3. Ride a tricycle to Madeline’s Ville.

Via Private Vehicle:
Waze/Google Maps: Search for “House in the Woods”. Once you see the signage on the left side of the road (don’t turn left), just drive past it for few more meters to reach Madeline’s Ville.

Madeline’s Ville is just on the same path next to Coffee Farmhouse and House in the Woods along the Palumlum-Matagbak Road.


Nearby Attractions

  • The Gingerbread House
  • Reptiland Adventure
  • Sonia’s Garden
  • Almond Garden Tagaytay
  • Twin Lakes Tagaytay
  • Splendido Taal Golf Club


Contact Details

Mobile Number: 0942 053 1700
Contact Person: Ariel Villegas
Facebook Page: Madeline’s Ville a Tiny Homes Enclave


More photos to end this post!


Instagrammable, isn’t it?
These bulbs are just so pleasing to the eyes!
Me, doing that IG stuff. Hehe
It’s Staycation O’clock!
Jeane and mom, preparing the pineapples we bought along the way
Dinner alfresco style!
Safe box and flashlight
Just another witty decoration at the toilet
Loving the colors!
Blue Sky unit
Earth unit
It’s a clock. See?
Sunshine unit
Mom’s stolen shot
Free breakfast!
When the photographer’s not in the mood to count
Coffee & Tea corner
I like this breakfast nook
Mom and Jeane at the sofa bed
Tag along your best buddies!


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Acknowledgement: Thank you Mr. & Mrs. Ariel Villegas of Madeline’s Ville for inviting us!
Disclaimer: While our stay was courtesy of the owners, all opinions expressed in this post are my own honest thoughts and are not influenced or controlled by anyone.

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Dea Mariano

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Hi, I'm Dea! A traveler who loves good food and an electronics engineer based in PH. I like creating itineraries and daydreaming about the places. As weird as it might sound, I find the planning part as enjoyable as the trip itself. I love sunsets, beaches, and staycation trips. And I'm a worshipper of God—the source of my everything! I once wandered aimlessly in life, until Jesus found me! Now, I just wander around wonderful places as I marvel at His creation ❤️

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