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Where to Stay in Aloguinsan Cebu: Lunhaw Farm Resort

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Breakfast offering at the dining area
Breakfast offering at the dining area

Lunhaw Farm Resort in Aloguinsan Cebu

Want to stay in a villa perched on a hill overlooking the Bojo River mouth in Aloguinsan? Want to dip in an infinity pool surrounded by lush flower gardens and palm trees and bask in the tropical sunset over Tañon Strait? Want to indulge in an exquisite Filipino culinary experience freshly sourced from an organic farm?

Early dawn
Early dawn

Read on as the King of Sinulog will share to you his experience at one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable accommodations in southwestern Cebu, the beautiful Lunhaw Farm Resort.


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Getting There

Getting There
Getting There

From Mactan Cebu International Airport, hail a white taxi cab to Cebu South Bus Terminal at N. Bacalso Avenue and pay about PHP350 for an hour and a half drive. Hop on a Sepo bus liner or any bus going to Aloguinsan via Mantalongon Barili or Naga Uling Road and tell the bus ticketer to drop you off at Aloguinsan Public Market and pay about PHP80 for a two-hour land travel. From there, you can ride a motorcycle (habal-habal) to Lunhaw Farm Resort via a side street going to Bojo River and pay about PHP25 for a 5-minute ride. For less hassle especially when you’re traveling with a group, you can hire a van to take you there directly at about PHP2,500 for a three-hour drive.

Arrival

Upon arrival
Upon arrival

At first glance, the resort radiates class and elegance through its architectural concept with a touch of vernacular design. Using locally-sourced materials such as nipa, bamboo, capiz shells, coconut husks and hardwood from repurposed old houses, you can’t help but admire the resort’s passion towards sustainability. Every inch is creatively visualized and materialized with a keen eye for detail. Truly, the resort is a reflection of Filipino individuality.

Amenities and Facilities

Lunhaw Farm Resort has three air-conditioned villas, dining area that transforms to a function hall, kitchen, open bar, swimming pool and parking area that could accommodate about 20 vehicles.

Backyard farm and garden
Backyard farm and garden
Open bar by the pool
Open bar by the pool
Ornaments at the lobby
Ornaments at the lobby
Private restroom at the villas
Private restroom at the villas

There are two family-sized villas with an area of about 36 square meters at PHP7000 a night each good for four people including breakfast. The other villa with an area of about 25 square meters has a better view of the Bojo river mouth and is good for two persons with breakfast as well for PHP4000 a night. Design wise, both are basically the same although the family villa has two king-sized beds and a personal Jacuzzi instead of a bathtub.

Room Details

A modern nipa hut at first look, the villa is designed with sliding glass doors and windows on three sides of the room with extra high ceilings for warm air dispersion. With this, fresh mountain air flows freely, naturally cooling the room without the need to turn on the air-conditioning unit.

Aesthetic decorations
Aesthetic decorations
Bathroom holders and potpourri
Bathroom holders and potpourri
Wood Craft
Wood Craft
Locally-sourced and repurposed materials
Locally-sourced and repurposed materials
Family Villa at PHP 7,000 a night
Family Villa at PHP 7,000 a night
Villa at PHP4000 a night
Villa at PHP4000 a night

The room comes with hardwood floors, a personal working space and a private patio made out of different types of bamboo and hardwood. It also has a cabinet, a mini-refrigerator, a bamboo clothes rack and a very spacious bathroom with a toilet, sink and bath area with adjustable and overhead showers. There’s also a bathtub or Jacuzzi in family villas by the Zen-inspired flower and stone garden.

Kitchen and Dining Area

Pool side lunch at the open bar
Pool side lunch at the open bar
Garden Breakfast at the villa's patio
Garden Breakfast at the villa’s patio
Breakfast offering at the dining area
Breakfast offering at the dining area
Lobby and dining area
Lobby and dining area

Offering traditional Filipino cuisine cooked with fresh and organic locally-sourced ingredients, their in-house kitchen will surely surprise you with their culinary offerings. A typical meal for two would cost around PHP400. Bestsellers include bulalo, bistek Pinoy, cordon bleu, binagoongan and hamonada. The dining area could accommodate about 30 people in one setting.

Service

The staff at Lunhaw Farm Resort are composed of four women headed by ate Doming and they are in-charge of the kitchen, bar, restaurant and room service. There are also two men in-charge of security and small errands to the town proper. The service at the resort was very thoughtful and professional, a testament that they were well-versed in hotel operations.

Ambiance at night
Ambiance at night
The King of Sinulog with Lunhaw Farm Resort proprietor Mayor Cynthia Moreno of Aloguinsan
The King of Sinulog with Lunhaw Farm Resort proprietor Mayor Cynthia Moreno of Aloguinsan
The team at Lunhaw Farm Resort
The team at Lunhaw Farm Resort

Overall, if you are planning to go on an eco-cultural tour at Bojo River, or try the green culinary experience at The Farmhouse, or watch the sunset at Baluarte Park or go snorkeling at Hermit’s Cove and are looking for the best accommodation Aloguinsan has to offer in terms of service and quality then book a stay at Lunhaw Farm Resort and you won’t be disappointed. Now, the King of Sinulog is off for another adventure. Later!

Contact Information

For inquiries and reservations, you may visit their official Facebook page or you may contact Aloguinsan Tourism Office at (032) 469 9042.

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  1. […] Thinking I’m done for the day, their tourism officer called and informed me that I have a courtesy call from the mayor herself and that she’s inviting me over for lunch at the world-class Lunhaw Farm Resort[2]. […]

  2. Hi there! I would just like to ask if you know the time of the first trip of the bus youre referring to going to Aloguinsan? We will be checking in at Lunhaw Farm Resort on feb 16, 2018. Thanks a lot!

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