Interesting place, may not be for everyone though.
Posted Apr 20, 2015
Right away you'll be greeted by the owner, who will tell you all about their services and how they run the resort with helpful tips and give you options of getting around. It's a nice change of pace from hotels that just give you a room key and send you on your way.
The resort is really nicely built, from the diving shop, to the bar, restaurant, and actual rooms. The pool is always nice and warm, and gets to about 7-8 feet deep on the far end.
The main downside for me was the resort has no blankets, I've been to dozens of hotels all over the philippines and have never seen this. You'll only find 1 fitted sheet, 1 flat sheet, 2 pillows and 2 pillow cases on your bed. I'm guessing the main reason for this is they are a small resort, and don't have the capability to wash a lot of items(probably the same reason you'll only get 2 towels, and none available for the pool area) It's of course much more bearable if your sharing the bed with that someone special, but I did find myself waking up several times at night because of this.
The beach is also not fit for swimming, which I think would be a downside for a longer visit. In high tide there's usually only 2 feet of water for the first 100 feet of ocean, and you'll find lots of weeds, shells, and sharp things to step on. In low tide it just turns to mud, and sharp rocks.
If your looking for a quiet area to get away, eat good food, enjoy the bar, pool and peace and quiet this is a good choice.