The Alparce ancestral home in Bacacay, Albay was built in the 1920s. This house has been a landmark in Bacacay for generations. As a tribute to Simeon Alparce, his wife Beatrice, his children, his grandchildren, and his great grandchildren, the home he made lovingly is now CASA SIMEON.
Experience history in a colonial home built almost a century ago by the late Simeon and Beatrice Alparce. Alongside its Spanish and American architecture, intricately intertwining the classic and the modern, embrace the steadfastness and warmth of wooden panels lining its walls, and dating back to the galleon trade.
Dine where heirloom recipes are revived and where contemporary palates take their inspiration from. Step into the library/museum and enjoy the array of books and heirloom pieces. Sleep in spacious guest rooms complete with modern conveniences and hotel-grade amenities. Unwind at the veranda with Mayon Volcano seemingly at your side. Encounter ambulant vendors from all over the region, laden with organic produce. Grab a bike and explore the town. Walk barefoot on ancient floor boards or pedal through rustic alleyways. This is the Casa Simeon heritage – family love and laughter shared!