Windward House

Tali Beach, Nasugbu, Batangas

Windward House
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Josette P.
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A quick escape from the Metro is a 3 hour drive down South at Nasugbu, Batangas called Tali Beach. It's a private subdivision with various houses for rent. And this is case, we found Windward House, nestled at the corner of it.

I prefer to believe that The Windward House is a japanese inspired modern minimalist house because of its architectural design and the bamboos all over the house. We rented the entire place with three rooms. To be honest, the rooms are single detached with one being at the basement. The first one has one queen and single bed with its own bath room. The second one has one queen and one double bed with its own bath room. And the basement room is actually two rooms separated by a book shelf. It can be combined as one huge room too with four double beds and its own bath room. The place is very spacious. Towels and some toiletries are provided. The comfort room of those single detached rooms are like those of the Japanese onsen areas. Breezy, relaxing and with a touch of nature written all over it. There's even a complimentary banana for us. The house is 10 minutes walk from Sunset Beach and the cliffs diving area.

Upon entrance of course, you will see the pool which is relaxing as it looks. It has this small steps perfect for just walking to it. It's about 5 to 5'7". At the evening the colors changes too into some disco like feeling. The water is warm perfect for an evening dip. The lanai has beautiful couches and coffee table good for 6.

The kitchen is spacious and you can make it your own. Cook whatever you want or even bake. A ten seater dining table is also present with an option to set up a white screen and projector. Utensils, platers, cooking equipment are all provided. Name it, they have it. You can even set the table to your liking for that personal touch of yours.

The caretakers are kind and very helpful as well. Kuya Abel and his wife grilled our inihaw and cooked nilagang baka for us. They will do the dishes and would be very much willing to assist you in your needs. Very loving couple!

For weekday their rates are the Php 24,00 while Php 30,000 on weekends and Php 32,000 on holidays. Weekends are counted as Fridays and Saturdays. While, service charge depends on the number of persons in the house. They hold a strict number of 18 people for the house. But have separate rooms for drivers and nannies.

I am beyond satisfied with the kind of peace this house provided us. This is the kind of place that allows you to breathe and relax. To forget your work or your worries. To just be at the moment. Stay there and enjoy it! It's like a little retreat. A little taste of the seaside that refreshes your memory.

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In celebration of Mika B's post birthday, she decided to haul the barkada to Tali Beach for some R&R. The titos and titas of Manila are up and about again. Hahaha. And we had baby Lucca with us so we had an extra dose of cuteness for the trip.

If you're planning to go to Tali and have some budget to spare, I'd say you rent this place as well. It has all the amenities and the space to fit a big group comfortably (we were about 12-14 pax) and you have all you need to relax. We had a lighted pool all to ourselves, staff to help you prepare the food, and an epic view to boot. We were lucky we had an awesome pool because the winds were a little strong so the waves were killer. The wind never bothered us anyway 128517

Windward house boasts of modern minimalist but posh interiors and comfortable fixtures and beds. This is actually my peg for my future beach house as well (a man can dream).

Had an epic time with the gang and had an awesome stay at Winward thanks to the Ongs. 128521

PS: you can check out their IG: windwardhouse (or check the pics from our stay at my IG: chubbyperohappy)

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