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The Port Of Moalboal
Main Building
Philippines – Cebu – Island – Moalboal
Public transport available nearby
2nd Building

FACILITIES / ROOMS: (Main Building)

We have 2 Deluxe Bungalow – Rooms (with Airconditioning).
Main Building 6 Rooms in total (3 with Airconditioning).
5 Rooms with a double-bed, and 1 Room for 3 persons with a bunk bed with under 2 person mattress and above 1 person mattress
All Rooms have a seperate Bathroom, with Toilet and a Shower.
Pictures of the rooms you can see at the Pictures-Area/-Page.

ROOMNAME:₱ PESO:€ EURO:$ DOLLAR (USA):£ POUND (GBP):
Deluxe Bungalow + Airco230040,5445,2334,48
Standard Bungalow + Airco210037,0141,3031,48
Deluxe Queensize-Room + Airco190033,4937,3728,48
Twin Room + Airco190033,4937,3728,48
Standard Fan-Room170029,9633,4325,48

Prices during the high season from November 1 to May 31.
During the low season from June 1 to October 31,
all rooms are ₱ 300 / € 5,29 / $ 5,90 / £ 4,50 cheaper! 
(course price date January 7th. 2020).

  BATHROOMS  GENERAL INFO  LANGUAGES
– Shower
– Toilet
– Own Bathroom/WC
– Towels
– Toiletpaper
– Bedding
– Airconditioning
– Shops Nearby
– Restaurants nearby
– Tiles / Marble Floor
– Safe
– Lockers
– Smoke-Free Rooms
– Philipines
– English
– Dutch (Nederlands)
– German (Deutsch)
  SERVICE  HANDICAP  INTERNET
– Personal Check -In/-Out– Entire unit on the ground floor– Free (protected) Wi-Fi
  FOOD & DRINKS  PARKING  PETS
– Breakfast
– Water bottles
– In the street– Not allowed
  OUTSIDE  ACTIVITIES  
– Swimming Pool
– Outdoor furniture
– Tiki-Bar
– Terrace
– Hammocks
– Garden
– Beach (± 300 m.)
– Snorkeling (± 300 m.)
– Diving (± 300 m.)

  

1st Guesthouse

we started in March 2018, after which we had already finished the renovations we opened in May 2018.
We immediately had a good start, which allowed us to purchase additional facilities to make the stay even more pleasant.
All our hard work paid off.

2018
We are proud to announce that we have received an award from bookings.com
for which we want to thank our team for their efforts and thank our guests for giving us this score.



2019
We are proud to announce that we have received the KAYAK AWARD for best B&B & INN in the Moalboal, Philippines for 2019,
for which we want to thank our team for their efforts and thank our guests for giving us this score.
KAYAK is part of Bookings.com


2020
We are proud to announce that we have received the Tripadvisor Travelers Choice Award for best B&B & INN in the Moalboal, Philippines for 2020,
for which we want to thank our team for their efforts and thank our guests for giving us this score.

2nd Guesthouse

2020
we are proud that we can inform you that we have opened a 2nd guesthouse / B&B at 50 meters from our 1st location or a 5-minute walk to the back street.
There will be 3 Buildings,
12 Rooms extra, a llittle bar and a build-in-pool !



Who Are We?

The Owners of
Roos Guesthouse are
Werner and Hanna.
Werner met Hanna on his vacation to the Philippines.
Werner is from the Netherlands.


The Team With The Award

The Team @ Roadtrip

EREA:

PANAGSAMA BEACH:
   
Moalboal’s Panagsama Beach is where most of the resorts, restaurants and dive shops are located.
Most visitors to Moalboal will find themselves here.
While there isn’t much of a beach (it was washed away in a typhoon in 1984!),
there are plenty of places to relax by a pool or enjoy a nice meal looking out over the beautiful water.

WORLD FAMOUS SCUBA DIVING:

Moalboal is famous for it’s scuba diving and almost all the dive shops are located here in Panagsama.

There are countless dive shops, training centers and boats ready to take you out scuba diving at the House Reef,

Pescador Island or many other world-famous diving spots. Moalboal is known for having some of the best diving in Asia!



Tip: If you are interested in getting PADI certified, this is the place to do it!

SNORKELING:

There is amazing and convenient snorkeling from Panagsama Beach.
Just a short swim from shore is the “house reef”, which has a breathtaking drop-off where you will surely see plenty of marine life (maybe even a sea turtle if you’re lucky).
You can also take a boat ride out with the divers to many other snorkeling spots, such as Pescador Island.


Tip: Quo Vadis is probably the easiest spot to snorkel from.
Gear can be rented or borrowed from them or any dive shop in the area.

PANAGSAMA BEACH (or lack of):

If you are expecting a beach in Panagsama, you might be disappointed.
There isn’t much of a beach to speak of here.
However, there are a few small spots of beach to relax on (you might have to share it with some local kids!) and the water is beautiful.
While the lack of a beach may be a downside to some, it has probably helped to keep development of Panagsama to a minimum.
Even though there are plenty of resorts and restaurants, the area still maintains a small-town, non-touristy feel.
For beach lovers there is good news… just head to White Beach!.

FOOD & NIGHTLIFE:

Moalboal is a sleepy little town, so don’t expect much in the way of nightlife.
  However, it’s never hard in the Philippines to find a place to share a few beers with other travelers or friendly locals.
  There are a variety of restaurants in Moalboal. Just walk around and you are sure to find something that sounds good.

GETTING TO MOALBOAL:

Traveling to or from Moalboal is easy. With daily flights from Manila to Cebu or Dumaguete, both locations provide easy access to Moalboal via bus, v-hire or boat.
Moalboal is about 2 hours from Cebu or Dumaguete.

FROM MANILA:

From Manila you will need to fly to Cebu or Dumaguete and then make your way to Moalboal, Cebu.
There are also boats available from Manila to Cebu or Dumaguete, but flying is much better!






FROM CEBU:

From the South Bus Terminal, take a bus south to Moalboal. Make sure you are on the bus towards Barilli/Bato.
Just let the bus attendants know that you are headed to Moalboal and they’ll get you on the right bus.





FROM DUMAGUETE:

Take a tricycle to Sibulan port (100P) and take the boat across to Cebu.
The 20 minute fastcraft boat leaves every hour during the day and costs 65P.
Buses to Cebu City will be waiting there, but don’t take them! Instead,
take a tricycle or motorbike to Bato (~50P), where the bus headed North will leave from.