Enjoy your stay in a homey atmosphere while exploring Negros Oriental in a native Philippine cottage by the sea. The cottage is located 4km south of Dauin, away from the hustle and bustle of the city inside a residential compound directly on the beach.
The cottage can accommodate 3 persons. 2 persons on the upper part, and 1 person on the lower part. The cottage has its private bathroom.
We have two new Honda scooters for you to rent during your stay at a very reasonable price.
Stay and experience true Filipino way of living and its unique culture while supporting a sustainable way of living. If you want to stroll around, the best way to get from point A to B is with a motorcycle.The Nipa Hut can accomodate three persons. The upper room can accommodate 2 persons and the lower room can accommodate 1 person. You can use the newly renovated shared kitchen with its cozy atmosphere anytime you want. The bathroom is located right beside the cottage.
The place invites you to enjoy nature with all its beauties.
I always encourage my guest to experience their vacation as unplugged as possible. :)
Despite that we have a strong and stable WIFI connection. Download speed up to 2mbps and upload speed up to 1mbps.
Guest can use the fully equipped shared kitchen and of course the hammocks.
I would love to give you tips and suggestions of the area and about the best spots Negros Oriental has to offer: Apo Island, Balanan Lakes, Casaroro Waterfalls, Twin Lakes, Whaleshark watching in Oslob, the best snorkling spots around and many more.
All utensils and appliances in the kitchen can be used. Please keep the kitchen clean at all times. Please note, that the kitchen will sometimes be shared if I am around or friends of mine. You wil be notified beforehand if this will be the case. :) Cooking together is awesome!
When entering the cottage, please make sure to leave your slippers or shoes outside. More important, please wash your feet if you have sand on them before entering the cottage.
Smoking inside the cottage is prohibited.
Thanks a lot! :)
I would call myself a vagabond and adventurer who loves the outdoors, fresh local food and good books. I spend most of my time in Dumaguete and the rest of it somewhere where I haven't been yet. Without my backpack I would be lost.
I love to meet people from all around the globe and like to listen to their stories they bring from their countries.