Feel Like Royalty at This Private Villa Near Manila

It can fit up to 18 guests.

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(SPOT.ph) Pundaquit in Zambales is known for its surrounding coves with ash-colored shores, lagoons tucked behind rows of pine trees, and islands with sand bars. If you're looking for a quiet stay in this charming hideaway, Cabo de Roca Villas is open to groups of 12 to 18 persons.

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Cabo De Roca Villas is right in front of Pundaquit's ash-colored shores.
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You can rent the whole place for 12 to 18 people.
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The whole beachfront villa, named Casa Do Guincho, has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It comes with a complete kitchen, a picture-worthy living area, and dining room. You also get your own swimming pool, a private deck for when you just want to watch Zambales amazing sunset, a garden where you can do your morning yoga session, and plenty of indoor and outdoor space.

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It has three bedrooms, each uniquely designed.
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One night costs P43,680 (exclusive of VAT); but if you book for three days and two nights, you only have to pay P58,500. Extend your stay to four days and the total is at P87,750. Promo rates are available until December 16, 2021.

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Just look at that natural light coming into one of the rooms during golden hour.
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Cabo De Roca Villas is in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. It's a three-hour drive from Valenzuela City in Metro Manila via North Luzon Expressway. For more information, visit Cabo De Roca Villas' website.

Note: On December 11, 2020, Zambales was given the green light to reopen their beaches with assistance from the Department of Tourism. But as of writing, only residents are allowed to check in. Please check protocols with the resort if you’re booking a stay.

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