Oldwoods by the Sea Nature Resort | Places to stay in Bani-Pangasinan

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Overview

Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 22

Credit card facility: N/A

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Air Conditioning
Cable TV
Essentials
Water Heater
Shower
Suitable for Events
Parking on Premises
Restaurant

Safety features

Smoke Detector
Fire Extiguisher
Lobby Security
24 Hours Security

Guest policies

House rules

  • Keep the room/house clean
  • Use water and electricity responsibly
  • keep noise to a minimum
  • Be polite and considerate to neighbors/locals at all times

Cancellation policy

  • FREE Cancellation up to 7 days before date of arrival
  • After 7 days, a cancellation fee equivalent to the first night’s stay will apply
  • No refund for no-show

Nearby attractions

Surip Beach
Attraction   2.21 km away

Don’t let Bani’s small-town charm throw you off—this unassuming municipality may seem off the beaten path, but it more than deserves a spot on your itinerary. Be warned, though, the adventures to be found in Bani aren’t for the faint of heart. A must-go destination for adrenaline junkies, Bani is home to amazing treks and jaw-dropping cave systems just begging to be explored. For those looking for something a little more laidback, the town is home to a lot of history (just ask about the story of the Bani tree and the myth of Sitio Surip!) and excellent grub. Bani is also a pilgrimage destination, as it is home to the Redeemer’s Cross and the Immaculate Conception Parish, so be sure to book your accommodations early if you want first dibs on an amazing place to spend your Holy Week!

Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
Attraction   8.00 km away

Cape Bolinao Lighthouse sits on top of Punta Piedra Point in Patar, Bolinao. Although no longer open to the general public, it remains one of the tallest lighthouses in the Philippines, having 135 steps of stairs. It was built in 1905 by British and Filipino engineers on the lofty hill of solid rock that is Punta Piedra Point, 18 kilometers from the town proper of Bolinao and 351 feet above sea level. The lighthouse provides a 360-degree panoramic view of a part of Cape Bolinao Dendro Thermal Ipil-Ipil Plantation and the West Philippine Sea. The lighthouse has been a frequent site of location shooting for local movies. This lighthouse is just 35 feet shorter than the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse in Ilocos Norte.

Abagatanen Beach in Agno
Attraction   8.21 km away

This beach is an open secret you'll be tempted to keep to yourself, with its powdery white sand and waters as transparent as a spit-shined sheet of glass. The waves here are calm and friendly too, and the waters are shallow so that you could wade out quite far and still only be in waist-deep. Part of the beach's charm is that it's still undeveloped, though visitors should keep this in mind when they plan a visit. Without any establishments and only a few huts on the shore, food and beach blankets are essentials for the packing list. Even as a private beach, entrance to Abagatanen is free, though getting there takes a rather bumpy drive from the town proper, with roads still under construction. The views are scenic though, and the beach definitely worth it.

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Other places to stay

Hide A-way Sea Beach Resort
Hotels and homes   8.78 km away
₱3,000

What started out as a way to accommodate visiting friends turned into an entire lifestyle change for Glory and George Wilson in 2000. Years later, they've turned their 3-hectare beachside property into a sprawling resort in Sitio Surip, known as a lookout point and was so named for the large rock (resembling an Easter Island head) on one of its cliffs (surip also means silip, which means to sneak a peek at). Visitors can opt to hang out for the day or pitch their own tent on the beach for PHP150, or rent out one of their rooms or suites for the night. Visitors may come for the proximity to pilgrimage sites and underwater caves that you can scuba dive to, but they stay for the freshly-caught seafood platter, the restaurant's specialty and the incredible hospitality.

Jotikashe Beach House
Hotels and homes   10.94 km away
₱2,000

Surrounded by fields and opening out to the beach, this property has room enough for big groups and families. It has spacious bedrooms and bathrooms, and the high ceilings and huge windows make the space bright and breezy.

Punta Riviera Resort
Hotels and homes   12.22 km away
₱4,704

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Bolinao, Pangasinan. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered. 

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