A quiet, esthetically-enchanting place to stay and explore the bay from, the Bali Huts (Airbnb pioneers in Coron!) now have 3 beautiful, almost-identical designer villas with great views, bathrooms, kitchen and amenities, each good for 4 pax. Our friendly staff will pick you up on our house boat and take you across the bay (7mns!) to your dream hut. Kayaks/SUPs available, tours to Coron Is., organic farm tours... Arguably the best kitchen in the bay, can arrange meals/drinks ordered in advance.
“We had an extraordinary stay in the fantastic accommodation offered by Alexia. The decor is fantastic, the view of the splendid bay and the arrival by boat immediately sets the tone for the rest of the stay. We are immediately very welcome and the explanations of the detail of the stay follow the warm welcome. The prices of the meals are a little higher than on other places of the Island but considering the difficulty of accessibility of the Airbnb this is understandable very well and these meals are excellent !!! The activities offered are numerous and everything is facilitated so that we can perform them in the best of comfort (the boat arrives directly in the bay for the departure of Island Hopping for example). In short, a great, relaxing stay that will stand out from the rest of your vacation! Thank you to the whole Bali Huts team and in particular to Alexia who was a very friendly and helpful host!”
The Garden Of Eden is a cute little farm, nestled in the Dipuyai River valley. We try to live a very simple traditional farm life. Connect to nature, our animals and(a harmless wildlife like Geco spider beautiful birds) and gardens. Eden is a excellent cook, surprising you with authentic Filipino foods or anything you might like, cooked mostly on wood fire. The place is super relaxing, swim and refresh yourself in the river, stroll to the farm and forest. Enjoy the traditional country life.
“This place is amazing especially if you enjoy nature and being away from the hustle and bustle. Eden was an excellent host and her farm is beautiful. The food she cooked was delicious and definitely worth the price. You have to be OK with animals and insects and nature when you come here. This farm is a unique experience and you have to respect and appreciate you won't have an experience like this elsewhere. I also loved the fact that every penny we spent was going back into the farm, the locals and Edens business. As there was bad connection and signal at times it provided an opportunity for me and my family to disconnect and really bond without all the social media noise. Id recommend this place to everybody and also ask any future guests to respect the land, the hard work of Eden and her staff and everything they provide. I was a little bit disappointed when I witnessed that some guests didn't appreciate all that the farm has to offer and how hard Eden works so please enter this place with good energy, an open mind and an open heart and by doing so you will leave this farm with beautiful and fond memories.”
"Bahay Kubo" is the Filipino word for a traditional Filipino house. Our well-loved 2-bedroom home is fashioned with native materials from the sawali walls to our bamboo floor. Enjoy and relax at our peaceful home in Concepcion Town, only 36km from the very touristy Coron Town. Less touristy, more local, more natural, more personal... and every bit as beautiful as only the Philippines can be! :-) See you soon!
“This treehouse was the perfect getaway from fast paced Coron Town! The staff were wonderful and the trip that Jo organized for us to Black Island went wonderfully as well! To set the expectations: everything is open air, there are two large lizards living in the space, there is no hot water and there are a lot of mosquitoes. We didn't mind and found the place absolutely charming and will be back. The wifi works perfectly and the food served in the kitchen is delicious as well. We fully enjoyed our stay and highly recommend it to other adventurous couples who want a bit of an elevated glamping experience! You won't regret booking this spot.”