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The spouses owners treated their guests with care. Their foods were superb prepared by their daughter/chef. The accommodation cottage was comfortable and homey. It was an affordable place to stay, a home away from home.
Me and my GF stayed here two nights and wished we could stay longer.
Cottages came perfectly clean, a private porch facing the beach and a coo-box with fresh drinks, spacious bathroom, very nice bed with clean linen and mozzy net and the owner, a...More
We stayed for three nights in one of the amazing nipa cottages. Dan, the owner, was so cool, nice and understanding. In a town that has nog electricity, he invented a nice way to keep drinks cool in a nice 'mini-bar'.
The cottages are simple...More
House was big yet simple. No hot water, but you can boil water and then use a larger bucket to create warm water for the shower. All accommodations in Port Barton seem to be a little more expensive than they "should" be, but all in...More
Stayed for one night in this 1,5 star cottage.
At the end of the beach of Port Barton but only 5-10 minutes walk to the bars and restaurants.
Room is big enough and bathroom was ok.
Although the blankets and towels were clean they should...More
US$26 - US$29 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Cassandra's Cottages Port Barton, Palawan Island, Philippines
1. Great snorkeling from the beach. Take a kayak and paddle out to the sandbar about 250 m out, and there is gorgeous snorkeling all around the shelf there. Island hopping tours are also well worth the $15 charge and will... More
1. Great snorkeling from the beach. Take a kayak and paddle out to the sandbar about 250 m out, and there is gorgeous snorkeling all around the shelf there. Island hopping tours are also well worth the $15 charge and will introduce you to 4 islands/snorkel spots and includes lunch.
2. We went in February, right at the start of the dry season. Hot but not unbearable.
Cold showers (not ice cold, just not heated). Electricity in the entire Port Barton area will be limited to 12-18 hrs per day (I believe it was off from 4-10 AM, sth like that.
3. There are dive shops available. However, from my experience snorkeling was just as good as the diving. If you make your way to Coron, you can embark on the wreck dives and really have an unforgettable experience.
4. Yes, restaurants are all around.
5. PB is so small that walking or biking are all that is needed.
6. Fly to PP and then take a minibus or van to PB. The roads were not in the best condition so mentally prepare yourself for a rough ride.