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Home of the Lost Soles - Shared Room
Home of the Lost Soles - Shared Room
6 guests
1 bedroom
3 beds
1 bath
6 guests
1 bedroom
3 beds
1 bath
You won’t be charged yet

Home of the Lost Soles (HLS) is a quaint creative space for wanderers and world trekkers. A home to rest your weary bones as it features a communal space for 3 or more wanderlusters. This humble abode is packed with artworks from local artists and travel souvenirs collected from years of being on the road.

Amenities
Kitchen
Suitable for events
Smoking allowed
House Rules
Not suitable for pets
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check-in time is 2PM - 8PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)
Cancellations

9 Reviews

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Cyprene Keith User Profile
October 2017
Supeeeeeeer lovely place. Hip and artsy.

Rachel User Profile
August 2017
Riza is wonderful and her place is incredible!! I've never stayed anywhere quite like Home for the Lost Soles - truly artistic, creative, and warm. Riza is an extremely warm host, very helpful, and we had a lot of great conversations, beach time, and good food. Definitely stay here if you're considering it!

April User Profile
July 2017
Nice and homey place. Different means of transportation are present in the area. A highly recommended place for backpackers or solo travellers who loves arts and artsy crafts

Fiona User Profile
June 2017
Home of the Lost Soles was one of the best things about our Iloilo trip. Super nice and helpful host, aesthetic on point, good vibes all around ❤ It felt amazing coming home to a place like this for a few days.

Kara User Profile
March 2017
Summer (Riza) is an AMAZING host. I felt like I was welcomed as a friend. Her place is cosy and perfect for the "backpacking" type of people - travellers that like sleeping in a bunk-style open space. I loved the chilled out atmosphere and the cool breeze that blew into the sleeping zone. She fixed it up very well and I would definitely come back. Riza is a traveller herself and sharing stories is a bonus! She also was keen to recommend things to do and places to see, and she's been a great companion to me - as a solo traveller. Will be back :-)

Matthew User Profile
January 2017
More of hostel. A good thing as Riza is very driven, upbeat and eager to please. Good at getting guests to team up in a non pushy way. There is an open air element to the sleeping space so take mozi spray. Could do with sign from main road to the place or at least one on the gate as its not so easy to find. Its a more authentic Philippines experience though so recommend staying.

Glenn User Profile
January 2017
Amazing place, and most of all an amazing host, who I now can call my friend. She's goes out of her way to make everyone feel very welcome and part of her social sphere! Actually this random Airbnb stay turned into one of most the most memorable travel weekends I've ever had! I'll be back some day :)

Canberra, AustraliaJoined in February 2015
Mayche User Profile
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About the home

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