Thursday, May 26, 2011

WHERE TO STAY IN INOPACAN


The following may offer you accommodation while in town:

  • Villa Editha - a beach resort with some private rooms. Can be found at the boundary of Brgy. Esperanza and Brgy. Conalum, about 3 kilometers north from the town proper, or just a hundred meters approaching the Conalum bridge.
Contact Ms. Edith Aquino for more info about this place. She owns the resort. Check more about Villa Editha on her Facebook account. Click here.
















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  • Esther T. Scantlen's Private Resort - A private resort in Brgy. Tao-taon with a mini-swimming pool and cogon grass huts. Popularly known by locals as Maam Esther's Resort. It is about a kilometer away, north from the town proper.
Check this Facebook account for more info about this place. Click here.













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