This is the closest resorts to Potipot Island. Though we only rented a boat to Potipot Island, Mr Norman (owner) was kind enough to lend us things from his resort, and service was on top, he even checked on us (via text) if how are we doing at the Island. I will be back for sure!
We went here for an office outing. It's a simple, family run resort. Pretty bare bones. You need to bring all the toiletries as none are provided (this includes toilet paper, towels). The family that runs it though are ultra accommodating and cheerful. They even connected our karaoke magic mic for us to use :) Food is also simple home cooking- one viand, one veggie dish, rice, possibly soup. Breakfast has coffee and Milo available in sachets. No corkage if your bring your own food.
My friends and I planned this summer getaway in Harvest Beach Resort. Room Rates are very cheap but the place is good and the employees of Harvest is very accommodating with their guest. We also went to Potipot Island. The boat we rent going to Potipot Island would cost you Php 400-500 good for 6pax. Entrance fee in Potipot Island for Day Time is Php100 only. It was fun and amazing short getaway!! Great job Harvest Beach Resort.
The place was average. When we entered the room, it was obvious that it had not been occupied for some time. No mini bars or cafeteria. Good thing we pre-ordered our meals. 3 meal set for P500. The bathrooms could use improvement. The showerhead kept on detaching due to high water pressure. I had a good sleep though. The aircon was working well. No swimming pool but we were on the beach front anyway, so it was fine. We also rented the videoke with a cut off time of 12mn.The boat ride to potipot island was very short. Location was strategic. It was still a nice stay. We got what we paid for.