Describing itself as ‘the place with an old world charm located at the heart of Tagbilaran City,’ Darunday Manor Pensione House is walking distance from the city’s main attractions. It is also about 10-15 minutes by car or taxi from Tagbilaran Airport or the Pier.
Opened in October 2006, Darunday Manor has nine air-conditioned rooms, each room with solar-heated showers and baths. Tribal designs using abaca fiber woven by the local Eskaya tribe adorn the headboards and cabinet doors. Traditional Boholano accessories accent the rooms and corridors. Airy balconies with live plants overlook the street. Clay tiles imported from Portugal line the roof and an Aztec motif in light shades of yellow and green subtly pervades the whole building.
Darunday Manor also promotes Boholano culture, ethnic handiwork and local visual artists. Also featured are beautiful oil and water paintings and visual art works by celebrated local artists Nene Lungay, Glenn Lumantao, Weewee Seloterio, Tatting Soliva, and Yano Manalo. Darunday Manor offers free breakfast for two occupants per room. On-call massage and reflexology are available upon request and an Internet Cafe is adjacent to the building. And you can delight your palate with a wholesome organic meal in their Coffee Shop!
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Darunday Manor Pensione House
22 J. A. Clarin Street, Tagbilaran City, Bohol 6300
Phone: +63 38 412 2512
Fax: +63 38 412 3396
Mobile: +63 927 878 8343; +63 920 801 7399
(Photos and text: Darunday Manor)