Seaside Beach Resort

Dimiao, Bohol

Seaside Beach Resort
4.0 Stars

2 Reviewers

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Nesty A.
4.0 Stars

This resort has improved. The last time I was here, they only had cottages for picnic goers and the beach. Now, they got swimming pool, billiards, and some accommodation rooms for guests.

I like the cottage near the riverside/poolside because it's bigger, have more privacy, and you get to enjoy seeing the river, the beach, and the pool. Plus the breeze of the air is just perfect that you won't feel the heat of the sun even on a hot day.

The cottage has also a package videoki where you pay Php1, 400 for an entire day use inclusive of the cottage fee. Their entrance fee has increased from Php10 to Php30 per head. Free parking inside. But they charge Php10 corkage fee for beers per bottle excluding softdrinks.

Their staff are accommodating and friendly. The downside that I encountered in my visit is their bathroom. It's not so clean and it had no light 128530 I hope they can address that soon.

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Ron B.
4.0 Stars

We were lucky that we experienced their promo on their banana boat ride. It was totally worth our time and money! The place is really nice and affordable!

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Nesty A.
4.0 Stars

This beach resort is about 35 kilometers from Tagbilaran City and about 50 meters from the provincial road.

Entrance Fee is P10 and Cottage Fee is P250.

They have stage in front of the cottages which good for big events. They also have videoki in their restaurant but is open and would make the entire area noisy if someone sings. Ask a professional singer to sing if you want to enjoy listening 128514.

What I like about this place is the view. Look at the photo, so relaxing! You can see the river that's connected to the sea here.

I wish the sand is as white and as powdery as in Panglao Island though.

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