Beautiful Native House In The Philippines – A few steps from the glittering Sea of Camotes in Cebu North East is the gem of a property, hidden in plain sight in the coastal village of Luyang, Carmen Cebu. Bahay Kubo is an ode to a traditional nipa hut found in rural Philippines. It was created by master craftsmen with innate knowledge of building materials and local techniques, as well as a genuine respect for nature. As a result, the three-bedroom room was open, cool, and private at the same time, thanks to a tall, sturdy, high-straw grass thatched roof, and woven bamboo walls. The organic interior emits warm light under natural light, while the capiz-shell window opens to let the wind in from the ocean. Hand and crafted furniture is built to specifications, such as strategically placed desks / dining tables – perfect perches where one can enjoy a quiet holiday with a drink in hand. Upstairs is a full sized bedroom with windows on each side, allowing the sea breeze lull you to sleep. It extends into a loft-style area with queen-sized mattresses and serves as the number two bedroom for younger children, or simply a breezy, airy lounge, bamboo floors and so on. But do not be fooled.
Beautiful Native House In The Philippines. This traditional Filipino-style home is made in Western proportions and refurbished with contemporary amenities, including solar power for all its equipment. The entertainment corner is under the stairs, equipped with a 40-inch flat-screen TV, audio system, and also a daybed, if all you really want to do is lounge and laze. This same bed is folded into a bed much larger than a king-sized bed. With the addition of an optional suspended cotton bed, this entertainment corner becomes the third bedroom at night. Next to it is a full kitchen to prepare weekend breakfast or afternoon delights. If your self-catering enthusiasm fails, walkie talkies are available to be contacted by a full-time 5-person staff and a chef to save you by freshly caught. Seafood, free-range meat, local produce, and vegetables grown in the property’s garden. If you decide to twist beyond the bamboo fence, this neighborhood gives insight into local life, while many of the city’s natural rewards such as the source of cold and hot water, caves, and waterfalls are yours to explore. Cycling, hiking, snorkeling, diving, sailing on a 50 foot catamaran and even a trip to Camotes Island are all possible. Bahay Kubo is available as an independent rental, and is ideal as a guest / children / teen enclosure when renting The Beach House and / or The Beach Villa.Beautiful Native House In The Philippines