Located in Sinagtala Farm Resort and Retreat Park in Tala, Bataan, on the foothills of Mt. Natib and the Bataan Natural Park, rests a beautiful 3 bedroom house with large entertainment spaces, beautiful views, access to a swimming pool, and even a pool table.
Forty minutes from Subic, the resort can be found off of the Bataan Provincial Highway. It is easily accessible from the greater metropolitan area of Manila, close to all the attractions of Subic Bay. It is a great central position to explore the Bataan Peninsula.
Sinagtala Farm is a resort farm development with homes and rooms for rent, an event center and Chapel---and very recently a holistic wellness spa.
The farm itself is close to many hiking, biking trails, and rivers. A great place to unwind, relax with your family and friends and get back to nature.
The ground floor bedroom has two twin beds, the second floor bedroom has one queen bed, and the loft has one queen bed. For larger parties, there's a P600/night charge for each additional guest after the 10th, and foam mattresses will be provided. Maximum number of guests is 15.
Nightly rate is good for 10 adult guests.
- P600/night for each additional guest after the 10th (maximum 15 total guests). Children 8 years old and above are charged the full adult rate
- Infants 2 years old and younger stay for free and are not part of the total guest count.
- P200/night for children 3 to 7 years old (swimming fee and breakfast included)
No cash transactions please. Please pay for your stay through this website. The following payment options are available: Paypal or W Union. All transactions are secure. No other methods of payment will be accepted.
Swimming fee for guests at the house is waived.
Wi-Fi connection is free but due to multiple guests at the resort, is limited to one device per group.
While air conditioning units are not permitted at the resort, electric fans are provided in each room.
It is advisable that you bring insect sprays. Depending on the season, you may encounter flies, mosquitoes, moths, and other small insects.
Please remember that Sinagtala Resort is a working farm. You may encounter cows, horses, chickens, and other animals.
Breakfast food will be provided for each adult guest, which you may cook at your own convenience. You may also bring your own food and make use of the kitchen's appliances and utensils. A restaurant within the resort is also open to serve guests seven days a week.
Come see what it's all about before it becomes The Next Big Thing in Bataan!
Welcome to our house and enjoy your stay!
We are pleased you chose our house for your trip. Make yourselves at home! There are kitchen appliances and utensils for your convenience, as well as a pool table and dart board for your enjoyment. We just ask that you please care for the house as you would for your own home.
Smoking is not allowed in the bedrooms or bathrooms.
Eating and drinking is discouraged in the rooms. But if you must, please dispose of your trash in the kitchen trash bin to prevent ants, cockroaches, and other insects from inhabiting the rooms.
Well-behaved pets are welcome but not in the resort's common areas. Please pick up after your pets, otherwise a cleaning fee of P250 will be deducted from your security deposit.
Please return your key(s) to the housekeeper, Susan. A fee of P150 per unreturned key will be deducted from your security deposit.
Please remember to bring your own insect repellant sprays and potable water.
Tonjee was very quick to respond to queries which we appreciate very much. She was accommodating to our needs and provided an early check-in :)
The house was beautiful, clean and family friendly. Though we found the kitchen/dining too small for our congregation of 11 pax. There were a lot of flies too, which was common in the Sinagtala area i think. There could've been a provision for candles, mosquito electric repellant to ward off the flies and mosquitoes. Wish also the lightning in the house was made of warm white (yellow) instead of white fluorescent lights to make it more warm and inviting (though this is really just a personal preference :) )
Overall, this is still value for money. The staff was all friendly, especially Ate Susan who saw to it that we had ice blocks bought from bayan and made sure the generator worked ASAP as there was electricity interruption on our 3rd day.
Still highly recommended for those families looking for a place to stay close to Manila. The new amenities of Sinagtala (spa, cafe, i heard a zip line and another infinity pool) were all additional attraction for the kids.
Thanks again, Tonjee!
Because of weatherproblems in our booked period, we had contact for several times with Tonjee. She is very willing in thinking with us to come a few days later, when the problems of the rain were solved. We arrived 2 days later and enjoyed our stay. The house is very relaxing, although there were several insects and other animals living in and aroundn the house too. I never saw a butterfly that big, or a spider that big. The house lays on top of a mountain and when you awake in the morning it is such a beautiful view. Same for the swimmingpool, it is really amazing when you swim, what view you have. Must be even more beautiful when you are here after the rainy season.
The farm house is magical. The infinity pool adjacent to the house is out of this world with the magnificent view of Bataan mountain ranges. You have to pay P200 per person though if you want to use this pool, but to us it was all worth it given the fact that the view just takes your breath away. And for those considering to rent this place out, make sure you have everything that you need unless you're cool to drive approximately 20 minutes to get down to the closest market place from the farm house. Tonjee (the owner) answers promptly with any questions and concerns you might have and makes sure you are properly assisted by the caretaker of the farm house. We won't think twice to stay here again and maybe will recommend this place to friends and families if we would be given an extra can of corned beef for breakfast next time we stay...jk...hahaha
This house located at the Sinagtala Farm and Resort in Bataan was a very nice retreat for me and my friends. There is plenty of space for everyone and I thought the outdoor kitchen and dining area were really great for enjoying the surrounding natural beauty. I especially enjoyed staying in the 3rd floor bedroom with the attached terrace. It has an amazing view that's especially nice to wake up to in the morning.
It's also a great value given that it comes with a full-time caretaker that is there to help with anything you need and even takes care of the house during your stay including cleaning the floors and doing dishes.
Tonjee is a very generous and responsive host. She made herself available for questions and was flexible in allowing us to check-in early due to our early arrival from Manila.
Before my group of 10 stayed at this house in Bgy. Tala, Orani, Bataan, I had a chance to conduct an ocular inspection of the site. I was initially impressed by the altitude of the area, which gave it stunning views of the land below (on one side) and the mountains of Bataan lit up by the setting sun on the other.
The house itself looked great in photos and up close I could see its charm, but it did seem smaller in person. The house was unoccupied when we visited so I got to tour the house first with gracious permission from the host. My apprehension then was that the house didn't seem thoroughly clean (moldy bathrooms) but the caretakers assured me this is bec the house is unoccupied but that once it's booked, it will be cleaned. The kitchen and common areas were both open areas but that seemed okay since the open air was fresh and it didn't hamper the views. There was no airconditioning, which i asked about, to which the caretaker replied that it wasn't necessary since it got quite cold on the mountains. I took their word for it despite my concerns, and booked the place for my staff's one night outing.
Fast forward to April 14. When we got to the place , we were greeted by flies. There were flies everywhere. There were so many flies (which even got into the downstairs bedroom) that the fly killer (the blue lit thing that zaps flies) was full to the brim. The floor of the outdoor area was dirty and wet; there were chickens everywhere running in and out of the open area and even pooping on the floor of the common area/kitchen. The flies were especially bothersome because the kitchen was outdoors and eating was a pain with all the flies buzzing around.
Then, midway through the afternoon, we lost our running water, which the caretakers said was bec they were cleaning the tanks (they couldn't have scheduled this when there were no guests?!). Then when that got fixed, the water that ran in our faucets only had one temperature: hot. That eventully got fixed too but not without a lot of discomfort on our part.
In April, it wasn't as cold as it should be to be comfortable, and without airconditioning, most of my guests (especiallu those sleeping on the second floor) found it difficult to sleep bec of the heat. There were fans, but it was little comfort.
The flies eventually went away in the evening, but they were replaced by mosquitoes. By the next mkrning the flies were back.
The place had a lot of potential to be great but the little things guests need to be in place were sorely lacking. We went there to have a relaxing time but ended up uncomfortable and having to fight for comforts that ought to have already been there. Maybe management can look into this.
The stay was excellent... had a few inquiries and the Host replies immediately. The place was very accommodating specially for large parties. Would love to come again!
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