Villa Pacific



Privacy:
Entire property
Property type:
Villa - house
Currency:
GBP
Per night:
£60 - £100
Size:
0 square meters
Number of bedrooms:
5
Number of bathrooms:
4
Number of floors:
3
Sleeps:
12
Pets:
Yes
Smoking:
No
Wheelchair:
Yes
At the edge of the Pacific Ocean, on the outer fringes of the Philippine islands archipelago nestles a private beach villa of exceptional architectural design and comfort. This extremely spacious, air-conditioned vacation rental villa, consists of entrance hall and reception under a two storey atrium. An open plan living area opens onto a patio with an extensive pergola and panoramic beach views. A ground floor bedroom with en-suite bathroom is also available for less active/elderly patrons. The Villa enjoys a contemporary Kitchen and dining area which is fitted with a new dual fuel cooker with hobs in a central island, a refrigerator, a microwave, breakfast bar and presidential dining suite are all included in this private rental Philippine beach villa.

First floor is accessed via an architectural glass walled staircase and incorporates 3 en-suite double Bedrooms, all 3 have airconditioning and spacious balconies directly overlooking the sea, with an airconditioned side bedroom overlooking a stretch of golden beach with overhanging palms.

Third floor via a feature staircase reveals an additional loft bedroom, suitable for two to three single beds and can be used as guest room or play room with extensive views across the beachfront.

Sliding doors open out onto the extensive patio which is only 50 metres from the shoreline, the private villa has it's own beach area. A Volley ball / Badminton court, sun deck, shady palm area, hammocks, barbeque pit and boules area are all included, along with some of the best sunsets witnessed by the human race.

The private beach vacation villa is suitable for rental by one to three families and can easily accommodate up to 13 adults + kids. A personal shopper is available and a Welcome Pack can be arranged prior to your arrival at the villa including all the necessities to get you started.

The Philippines Villa sits in its own coconut grove and the surrounding area is abundant with tropical fruits and wildlife. Pineapples are a common site, coconuts can be harvested from the floor, Mangos, Avocado, Papaya, Jack fruit, Guavas, Star fruits and banana trees abound in the surrounding forest plantations.

Feel like the castaways from the TV show LOST, at your own private beach retreat, relax and de-stress at the private Philippine rental villa that is home to the ocean breeze and swaying palms, heal your body and soul and remember what it was like to be free of the commercialisation of life. At the ends of the earth, life is full of simple pleasures, enabling you to re-establish links with your inner peace and refresh those tired old batteries.

The Private Beach Villa sits in its own palm grove, the villa is bounded at the front by a secluded beach. The residence is fully equipped with en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, a contemporary kitchen, large open plan lounge, dining room and two storey entry hall. The floors are tiled throughout with cool ceramics and marble. A TV and DVD player are available for your entertainment if you have any favourite DVD films, please feel free to use the multi-region equipment, a small store nearby has all the latest blockbuster films if required but be warned, the TV is a piece of furniture that usually gathers dust at Villa Pacific.

A Patio and Sun Lounge area provide the perfect setting for morning coffee and as the day dissolves into sunset, perfect for cocktails as the blood red sky bleeds into the ocean. The Villa has two tables and eight comfortable chairs on the patio. There is usually, god willing, a fabulous sunset every evening.

Hammocking can be a great way to relax and relieve stress although you should try not to hog the hammocks as there are sure to be others in your villa party waiting to chill to the swing of the night breeze.

A Volleyball court and Badminton court are available on site, as is a hammock, Boules area and BBQ pit. BBQ’s are usually lit using coconut fibres and shells and add the perfect flavour to fish, steaks, lobsters and prawns. Assistance with the villa BBQ is available if required.

Surfing, the private beach villa is only a short distance from the famous Philippine National surfing beach at ABCD Calicoan, the Philippine National surfing championships are held every October and the opportunity for breathtaking surfing or simply fantastic surfing photographs along the Calicoan coastline is limitless depending on individual photographic ability.

Swimming and Bathing, The creek between Calicoan and Sulangan provides the perfect spot for swimming in the crystal clear, warm water, which will beckon you in on every occasion. The creek seperates the island of Sulangan from Calicoan island and joins the Pacific to Leyte Bay, it is always clean and refreshing. Leyte Bay is very calm, whilst the Pacific Ocean has some great surfing waves ideal for both professional surfers and learner swimmers alike, you will be spoiled for choice at Villa Pacific.

Snorkelling for beginners is very pleasant in the creek but with younger children, check the direction and strength of the slight current first. Swimmers can snorkel anywhere on the reef at the tip of the sand bar where coral heads, and multi coloured fish are in abundance. Try a canoe trip around the nearby island of Kandalom for some exceptional, untouched snorkelling areas.

Scuba Diving There are some excellent sites in the locality of the villa for scuba diving although divers should be trained to an international standard PADI, BSAC, and prepared to travel to the venues.

Fishing is available in the creek between calicoan and Sulangan for small fish, perfect for the kids who can use small nets. The reef provides plenty of fish for the casual fisherman but for the enthusiast, a boat can be rented with a pilot and tuna fishing is available (see photo in NEWS section 100kg Tuna) The waters around the villa are perfect for all types of fish including shrimps, prawns and the finest lobsters ever seen. Leyte Bay is very calm, whilst the Pacific Ocean has some great surfing waves you are spoiled for choice at Villa Pacific. Full details will be supplied on application.

Space Floating On a crystal clear, dark, cloudless night go to the beach in swim wear and try not to look up into the night sky. Walk out into the ocean until about knee deep in the warm Pacific. Sit down carefully on a clear sandy area, look to the horizon and close your eyes. Lean back until your body is floating comfortably anchored only by your heels, keep those eyes closed tight. Relax, steady your position and when floating comfortably, count to twenty slowly and then open your eyes. No further explanations will ever be necessary. Can also be achieved on the beach but not quite as mystical.

Karaoke The local villagers love to sing and will welcome any guests into the Karaoke huts. Have a beer, go to the karaoke and have a good laugh with the locals, make sure you take part it’s a great way to meet your village hosts, once your inhibitions are gone the perfect holiday starts and you become a valued member of the village.

Beachcombing- See also Samulan beach in tours, Villa Pacific being only 600 miles west of the Challenger deep, the deepest ocean in the world and the Marianos Trench, the tide is always throwing up unusual objects and shells onto Calicoan and Sulangan Island by the million – enjoy.

Photography / Filming There are no superlatives to describe the sunsets and views, wildlife, general scenery, habitats and tour possibilities for photographs. If a picture paints a thousand words the internet will never be large enough to incorporate the words to describe this paradise on earth, just make sure you have enough film and/or batteries to cope with demand.
Furnishings/Luxuries:
Air Conditioning, Balcony, Beach Access, Beach Chairs, Beach Front, Beach Towels, Beach Umbrella, Ceiling Fan(s), Cook, Fireplace, Heating, Housekeeper, Lake Front, Lake View, Linens Provided, Ocean Front, Ocean View, Patio, Porch/Lanai, Screened Porch, Tile Floors
Appliances:
Coffee Maker, Dishwasher, Dryer, Filtered Water/Ice, Food Processor, Full Refrigerator, Grill/BBQ, Hair Dryer, Ice Maker, Iron, Ironing Board, Microwave, Stove, Toaster
Electronics:
CD Player, DVD Player, Stereo, TV, VCR
Recreation/Activities:
Biking Nearby, Boating, Canoeing Nearby, Deep Sea Fishing, Fishing Nearby, Games/Toys for Kids, Hiking Nearby, Historic Area Nearby, Playground Nearby, Playground Onsite, Restaurant Nearby, Restaurant Onsite, SCUBA Diving Nearby, Shopping, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis Nearby, Tennis Onsite, Volleyball Court Onsite
Transportation:
Airport Transportation, Covered Parking/Garage, Reserved Parking
Activities:
Fishing, Group retreat properties, Scuba Diving
Other:
BURO BURO CAVE This is a tricky tour but well worth the effort. The cave has to be accessed at low tide and this necessitates a kilometre walk along a pleasant Calicoan beach, followed by a granite floor, hewn by the Pacific breakers, the breakers com
Currency:
GBP
Nightly:
£60 - £100
Weekly:
£0 - £0
Monthly:
£0 - £0
Minimum stay:
1 nights
Check in after:
2 p.m.
Check out before:
12 p.m.

Dependent on Number of persons renting and seasonal variations

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Reserved Current Day Available

- March 2007 -

The Stevens

The best beach vacation we had and we're from Florida
The best beach villa vacation we ever had and we're from Florida!!! Why?!
The people,
The shallow, crystal clear waters that seem to reach to the Islands in the
distance at low tide,
Incredible sunsets off your back porch,
Incredible sunrises a short drive away,
Fresh fish for sale few steps down the beach,
The damp, cool, caves carved out of the volcanic island rock
Snorkeling at the Pearl Island Preserve in the Gulf of Leyte,
Snorkeling in the river where the tide carries water from the Gulf to
the Pacific and back again, just a few steps from the house,
Snorkeling in the Pacific,
Snorkeling in the tide pools,
Snorkeling at the beach off your back porch
Tide pools filled with infinite numbers of starfish, sea urchins,
fish and sea life,
and....... The People