5 Charming Batangas Accommodations to Book for Your Next Trip

Get amazing views and feel right at home!

Photography: Anilao Cliffhouse and Batalang Bato (Main Photos)

With the easing of quarantine restrictions in different parts of the country, many of us are looking into going on much-awaited trips. While we all deserve a break, we still need to be mindful of the safety protocols in place to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The solution? Visiting nearby provinces for a relaxing daytrip or a weekend respite.

If you’re one of the many who miss the beach and want to wake up to the sound of waves, Batangas is the place to be. Located less than three hours from Manila, this province has many must-visit stops and beaches you can check out. The best part? It has its own fair share of dishes and delicacies that we’re sure you also missed.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve collated five accommodations on Airbnb that offer not just scenic views, but interiors that will make you feel right at home. Before you book your stay, make sure you check with the hosts if they require proof of negative COVID-19 test results and vaccination cards.


5 Charming Accommodations in Batangas

Callie’s Kubo

P4, 643 per night

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A quaint cottage that offers a view of the sun, sand, and calming waters, Callie’s Kubo can accommodate three guests. It has one bedroom, two beds, and one bath. Since it’s elevated, it might be challenging to get to the place, but it’s worth it. Not only will you wake up to the serene surroundings with a majestic view, the rocky shoreline can easily be accessed via a 30-meter path leading down from the kubo.


The space is indeed cozy with its recycled hardwood floor and balcony. There’s also a loft area and an outdoor tub and rinse space—perfect if you’re coming in from the beach. Love snorkeling? The snorkeling gear can be used for free—just make sure you use and return it with care.


Learn more and book your stay when you click here.

Batalang Bato

P9, 943 per night

Families would definitely love Batalang Bato, a 3,000sqm beachfront property that’s found in a marine sanctuary. The place gives access to a diving and snorkeling spot where you can spot King Fishers, Oreoles, Geckos, and Sea Turtles.


Since it’s located in a marine sanctuary, the host makes sure the house rules are followed at all times. These rules include no vandalism, no harming of any sea creature nor destroying of habitats. Batalang Bato embraces communing with nature so as much as possible, they are against single use plastics and toiletries in sachets.


Perfect for 12 guests, the villa has two listings—a one-bedroom cottage that can accommodate six guests and a two-bedroom cottage ideal for 12 people.

Learn more and book your stay when you click here.

Anilao Cliffhouse

P8, 786 per night

Missed the barkada? The Anilao Cliffhouse is the perfect accommodation if you’re traveling with a group of friends. Ideal for nine people, the house has a studio/main area where most of the amenities are found such as the dining area, TV, comfort room, and other appliances.


Here, friends with different interests can also spend some alone time after a day of exploring the outdoors. There’s a music room where instruments can be played, there’s a spot for reading, and another for painting. Suffice to say, you’re in for a fun and fulfilling weekend at Anilao Cliffhouse.


Learn more and book your stay when you click here.

Romantic Getaway with Ocean View

P2, 886 per night

Looking forward to a short trip with your significant other? This accommodation features a suite completed with a queen-size bed and a kitchen with a dining nook—perfect for some quality time. The host advises visitors to bring their own food, towels, and toiletries.


If you’re a pet parent, a small pet with diapers is welcome but you need to pay a P500 fee. Aside from promising an ocean view, this getaway also gives access to the beach below through a staircase.

Learn more and book your stay when you click here.

Sofie’s Home at Pontefino Prime

P2, 787 per night


One of the first things you need to check when choosing an accommodation is accessibility and Sofie’s Home brings you closer to some of the province’s tourist spots. The three-bedroom townhouse is located near beaches, churches, and a mall—should you need to buy food and other supplies.


The unit is fully furnished and inviting, with access to a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, and Netflix. A stay here can make you feel like you’re in your own home while enjoying the best of what Batangas has to offer.

Learn more and book your stay when you click here.


Airbnb makes sure its hosts adhere to a five-step enhanced cleaning process to make sure each corner of the space is clean and sanitized. You can discuss this with your host or click here to learn more.

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