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SILAYAN LODGE, BROOKE'S POINT PENSION,: ACCOMMODATION----OTHER OPTIONS
There were one or two other places to stay scattered around the town including Silayan Lodge which seemed to be a little rundown by the appearance of the building. Just before the road to Sunset Lodge i noticed Brooke's Point Pension House which seemed to be a reasonable choice but in my opinion you would be hard pressed to beat Sunset Lodge.
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SUNSET LODGE: GREAT LOCATION, ECONOMIC and CLEAN
We arrived in Brooke's Point just before dark, passing a few pension houses and hotels before we checked this one out, just before the road ended by the sea. As we were only staying one night we decided to have a fan room with bathroom (500 pesos), which was in the rear of the compound with a nice balcony and had a view of the sea. The room was quite small and there was nowhere to hang or place our clothes, the bathroom was small too but at least the room was clean. The staff were friendly and it was pleasant to sit in the garden and watch the fishermen arrive on their boats. A/C accommodation was also available there. We manged to bring our motorbike inside the compound and there was a guard on duty all night. The Lodge was only a few minutes walk from the market and a few restaurants.
- Reviews: 86
Mt. Maruyog Farms & Garden Resort: Brooke's Point's Pride
This mountain resort has several air-conditioned cottages for overnight stay, a swimming pool for adults and a kiddie pool, a sports area with facilities and a restaurant which serves local cuisines, thus an ideal family-bonding haven.
Great place if you want to commune with nature.
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