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Featuring a garden and views of garden, Palayan Paradise Huts is located in Port Barton, 984 feet from Itaytay Beach. All rooms are equipped with a balcony with mountain views. What an amazing place. It is very new so there wasn't WiFi when we went, but we didn't go to Port Barton to spend time on the internet. The hut itself is beautiful, we had a good view from our terrace and there is mosquito mesh on all the windows so you can have the window open but not have bugs invade. The bathrooms are some of the nicest and cleanest we came across in the Philippines - Jen has a great eye for detail and we couldn't fault anything here. Coffee was put out for us every morning. The location is close enough to the main town but far away enough that you will get a great sleep. There is a bit of building work going on and the road in is a bit dusty but that didn't bother us. Both Jen and Fatima are lovely and if we ever come back to Port Barton, this will be number one choice for more than the three nights we stayed this time round.
Located 1.1 mi from White Beach, Balili Eco Glamping Port Barton features accommodations with a garden, a terrace and room service for your convenience. The lady who keeps the place is adorable. Only 3 tents at the time, no noise at night, comfortable bed!
Russell Place is located in Port Barton. Private parking is accessible at the inn. Each room is equipped with a shared bathroom. I like the bed design which gives you personal space and a bit of your own desk on the top of your bed so you can leave your stuffs there and the bed with mosquito net and it is in the little bamboo hut which makes it very cool and feel like you are the part of the culture. so many toilets and showers so it is more than enough for everyone as well as a place for laundry.
Set in San Vicente, 1.1 mi from White Beach, Eashanti’s Place offers accommodations with a terrace and free private parking. This 3-star inn offers a shared kitchen and room service. I loved everything. All the staff at Eshanti's and Dam Dams resturant were amazing. So helpful and kind, always smiling. The accommodation has everything basic you need for a beach holiday including a hammock to chill in on your patio.
Featuring garden views, Charity homestay offers accommodations with a garden and a balcony, around 1.2 mi from White Beach. This homestay provides free private parking and a shared kitchen. Everything is perfect about that place and especially Charity herself and her husband ! They are amazing people, kind and helpful... I couldn't have found a better place to stay ! It is the first 10 I give on Booking.com because everything was amazing. Simple room but with everything that you need. Big mosquito net. Space for your stuff. Clean. Comfortable. Great location... Thanks again for everything!
Unlike El Nido (crowded and noisy by now, though still beautiful) Port Barton is relatively quiet; no (or hardly any) concrete buildings, nice. Palm trees, boats, a few bars and restaurants along the beach. The "Native Bit" bar on the beach has live music (some acoustic, mostly reggae) every night, and excellent food - I enjoyed it. And the island tours are also nice, beautiful spots, very good snorkeling, and turtles.
Place with a great vibe and many beautiful beaches to chill. Deffo worth checking out white beach and the Jungle bar. Both places have option for the stay - can be arranged on the arrival. Would deffo stay for couple nights more at the White Beach accommodation and have some chilling time in the Jungle bar 😊
Port Barton is changing quickly, so go now to experience it at its best. When the roads get finished in town, it will make a huge difference because it’s too dusty when there’s traffic. Go Island hopping. Go to White Beach. Go to waterfalls. Go to Mojitos restaurant.
I loved everyday I was there. I’m a traveler not a tourist so for me it was al about creating my own journey and sightseeing around port Barton and meeting and becoming friends with the locals. I walked everywhere had amazing hikes took amazing photos of what Mother Nature has to offer in port Barton. Even saw a monkey that took me three days of waking up early to go to coconut beach with the strong belief that I would see one. Believing and high hope paid off.
Much more interesting than El Nido, Port Barton is still a relatively peaceful and laid back town with a traditional lifestyle. People are friendly, accommodating and helpful. There is much to do in and outside of the village with a variety of nearby islands, beaches, waterfalls and other sites of interest. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, and accommodations for all budgets are available. It appears that this gem has been discovered and will change rapidly. There is a fair bit of construction going on, including a new road and some hotels.
If you want to get away from the crowds , head to Port Barton . Make sure you bring enough cash as there is no ATM . Take a walk to White Beach for one of the most beautiful beaches and return by boat . The restaurant Greenview serves some of the best food I have ever had and I should know as I have worked in top class restaurants.