Tagaytay’s New Hangout is at Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe.

Our latest discovery in Tagaytay is the Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe + BBB (Boutique, Bed & breakfast). It is approximately 2 hours drive from Manila.


The cafe has an artsy-craftsy decor with a homey feeling. We love the cafe’s dream concept where dreamcatchers of different colors and sizes are their main attraction.


Lovely dreamcatcher on display

The ceiling has a festive design of a dream catcher big enough to cover half of the room’s ceiling.

Festive dreamcatcher

Pastel dreamcatchers of different colors and size looks festive inside the cafe


The walls are filled with hand crafted frames of inspirational quotations that will surely brighten up your day. It’s purely about positivity and good vibes.

Beautifuly designed table linens add to the coziness of the place.


Eat- Included in their menu are coffee, smoothies, pasta, chicken & rice among other. Even their menu have something to do with dreams like cookies and dreams, sansdreamval, dreamer’s combo meal to name a few.

We tried some of their menu and loved the potato mojo crisp served with flavorful dip. The Cup cake is also tastes good. My daughter ordered chicken and rice (according to her it’s very delicous). For the refreshment, we tried the cookies & dream and freshly made lemonade.

Play– While waiting for your order, you can bond with your family members or friends by playing indoor games like sungka, snake & ladder, scrabble, card games etc. ( good idea 👍)

Shop-Arts and crafts are for sale here like colored pens, coloring books, dream catcher DIY kit and others art materials. Hippie costumes are available here from head to foot. A vintage pre-loved items are on display and are also for sale from clothes to shoes.

Click– Every corner here is intagrammable so get your camera phone ready and strike a pose. Do not upload yet since there’s no WIFI here. The idea here is disconnect to connect“.

This place is recommended for kids as it will bring out their artistic side.

It is a two storey building wherein the second floor is an open air area which allows you to dine with the cool breeze of Tagaytay with the choice of sitting on the floor like in Korean and Japanese restaurant. It also offers hotel accommodation (bed & breakfast)

If you’re looking for a new place to hang out in Tagaytay, why not try Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe.

Location: Purok 157. Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City. (few steps from Rotunda)

Opening hours: open 24 hours Hotline: 0917-6529075

Thank you for reading!

God bless!

Aris & Sally

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