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Reviewed 5 November 2017

It’s located in the village, in a residential area, so there is nothing else to do, or see in the neighborhood. If you don't have your own vehicle, get the number of the tricycle or multi-cab driver. Also, the street is not lighted at night, except for the single lamp post outside the gate.

I chose the place for the in-house restaurant. Arrived on a Monday -- they were gracious enough to serve us dinner, since on Monday's they're closed. Food is overpriced, compared with similar restaurants in the province, and wasn't impressed with the dishes. Unfortunately, breakfast is not available, in the event that someone "important" reserves the place for lunch.

Best to bring your own toiletries. They provide a towel, and a small soap, and shampoo sachet, so if you’re in the group, this is not enough. Water pressure is not consistent. The water drips, so be prepared to use the pail and dipper. Flush twice. The first attempt doesn't work. And it's a budget room, so don't expect hot water. There's a shower nozzle, but it's also not mounted. It can get flooded too in the bathroom floor too, so be warned.

Don’t expect a zen moment when you arrive. It has plants in the compound, but not landscaped, just grass, with no footpaths. So at night, especially when it’s raining, it can be difficult to find your way. The much-touted stream, is more like a canal, about one meter deep, which directs the water flow.

If you stay, bring mosquito repellants. I slapped on deet, and had anti-mosquito bracelets, but still got bitten in the room, and in the restaurant. The locals said there are better, and even cheaper places to say, and some with beach access. Or best to stay in the town center. The plus side? The staff are courteous.

Date of stay: October 2017
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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

The owner themselves will welcome you when you arrive, they will assist you and give you best offers for your tour around camiguin. They also offer food that will really satisfy you in big servings.

Very accommodating, friendly and hospitable. I will recommend this to everyone! Barkada, couple, family, backpackers and vloggers will surely enjoy your stay here!

Clean and comfy room, bed, linens! The sound of nature is just outside your room!

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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