It's not yet summer but it feels like one of the super hot summer days and we all want to go for a swim. The thing is we don’t have much on our pockets as we’ve been eating out and thrifting a lot this past few weeks. So we wonder how far we can go for around Php300.00-400.00 budget.
I only knew a few resort around but hesitated at first because I am not that fond of too much crowd. We did a quick search on the web and found Loreland Farm Resort, it is quite easy to decide as they don't have a lot of competitors in terms of convincing reviews, amenities and budget. You can book Loreland Farm Resort, Antipolo City with Traveloka.
We came in a bit early and I was surprised that there were only few of us at the resort that time.
First impression was it's clean. I love the fact that the store inside the vicinity almost has all you need including undies and swimwears. When we arrived we are already so hungry and the food house is quite far from the cottage that we rented, worst is no body wants to be left to watch our stuff. GOOD thing was one of the staff is so kind to offer watching our thing while we are at the restaurant.
After eating, my sisters and I had so much fun taking outfit photos because the place is very nice and everything is well maintained. Loreland is a huge resort and has accommodation at the rare side which give you a very nice view of Manila with a very relaxing ambiance.
Another thing that interests me is the team building activities that sounds really exciting. They also have this station of the cross which I appreciated a lot, thinking the management effort to make the resort not only a venue for fun and amusement but also to exercise their fate and tradition.
We roamed around and we've seen their wide choices of accommodation. There are also numbers of pools, my favorite is the ones for the kids and the ship themed pool. Nothing much special but considering the accessibility of Loreland resort from the metro and the price I guess it's fine he-he.
Later that afternoon the people are already starting to came in maybe because its weekend and there are a lot who will spend their weekend night swimming in Loreland. Almost all of pool and cottages where already filled by 3 PM, so we decided to pack up and go home at 4PM.
All in all, we had a great time. This place is best experienced during off season. Forgive me if I can’t make a one by one post of the rates and accommodation as they really have a lot and I haven't experienced one yet so I can't have much of a suggestion, but if you wanted to check further you may refer on the link to their brochure that I included below.
The Hut Restaurant at Loreland Farm Resort
As I've mentioned that going here was an abrupt decision. No plans at all and no preparation. Just grab some clothes, dress and take a ride.
When we arrived we were all hungry! Darn, we promised not to spend much on food as we are on our diet (both pocket and food) ha-ha. Okay so we still ended seating and holding the menu – the price of the food is not something I can define as affordable but believe me it’s not that expensive.
So here's our food!
We’re full! And the Binaguongan rice is so delicious, thinking about it makes me hungry all the time.
Billing time! Tsaran! . Good thing I have my card with me and they are accepting card payment..
Back to chill!
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Check to have view of their The Hut Restaurant.
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Loreland Farm Resort is located at Sitio Loreland, Barangay San Roque, Antipolo City