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This exclusive beach house is situated in the Northern Philippines over looking it's own private uninhabited island. The resort can accommodate 12 guests in twin share rooms and large family rooms all with private cold water bathrooms.
Rooms feature local furniture, air-conditioning and are very well appointed. Relax in our lounge room with state of the art stereo and DVD systems. Badoc Resort has been built with quality in mind rather than budget prices on application depending on the season
Badoc Island is located on the upper north west coast of Luzon in the province of Ilocos Sur. The Island is located about a kilometer off shore from the small town of Badoc itself and is private property.
By road you are several hours north of San Fernando and La Union. Although
the coastal road is scenic and has various small towns, well worth stopping
off at for a break. Places such as Bandar, Candan and Narvacan. You
will also pass through Vigan which is another surf spot just south of
Badoc. Bus services run north from San Fernando or of course you can
hire a private car or van.
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