À propos de ce logement
Our room accommodation is fully air conditioned and is equipped with a lovely shared bathroom accessible from the inside of the room. The simple ambiance provides comfort and relaxation as if you were home in your own bed.
1 Pax – Php 560
2 Pax – Php 1,000
3 Pax - Php 1,200
EXCESS - 350/Pax
PER OVERNIGHT STAY.
with breakfast inclusions!
**VALID ID REQUIRED UPON CHECK IN**
4Our simple and humble hostel offers the following amenities and services:
- Comfortable bedrooms
- Clean toilet and shower facilities
- Air-conditioned and non air-conditioned rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Daily Filipino Breakfast
- Bike rentals and bike tour services (at a separate fee)
Échanges avec les voyageurs
As a host, we are always available to help should you need any assistance during your stay. Our rooms are located behind our Cebu MTB Adventure Cafe where we also serve lunch and dinner. Looking for good food is not an issue. If you want to chill out over a bottle of beer or a glass of fruit shake, our cafe would be a perfect place for you. It is also a nice place to meet new friends and get to know locals.
For adventure-seekers, you may also spend a day bike trailing with us at the mountains of Cebu as we also offer bike tour services. We will be the ones to provide you with your bikes, gears, food, support car, and tour guide. It's a unique and awesome way to explore Cebu!
No smoking inside the rooms.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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My name is Gene Faelnar, a local of the Queen City of the South, a mountain biker, and a motorcycle enthusiast. I am the owner of Cebu Mountain Bike Adventure.
Traveling to remote places which is quite distant from the busy streets of the city is something I really like doing because I love meeting new people.
I can tell you that I am not into books that much but have been inspired by two great books. The first one is Stephen Covey’s, “7 Habits” while the second one is “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiosaki.
Listening to music is a great past time. I love The Beatles but am also into reggae and ’90’s alternative rock.
Having guests come over to our place is a humbling experience and I always want to show them a different perspective of Cebu not seen in travel books and tourism websites.