10 Chill Airbnbs for Your Next Subic Escape

From a cute cabin to a cool treehouse.

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(SPOT.ph) Subic Bay on the west coast of Luzon is always top of mind when it comes to impromptu trips. The coast extends from the former U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay (now the Subic Bay Freeport Zone), through Olongapo City, then the municipal town of Subic in Zambales, and all the way to Morong in Bataan. It has private beach resorts for every budget, duty-free shopping centers, and adventure parks. But if you're looking for a quiet weekend away from the crowd, you can book an Airbnb.

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Check out this list of accommodations to find the right Subic Airbnb for your next family getaway:

Mango Nest Hut

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Kalayaan Housing, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
www.airbnb.com/rooms/44038616
Rates start at P1,750 (for two pax)

The Nest By the Sea transforms old spaces into vacation homes. Currently, they have 11 listings, ranging from a loft-style studio to a boho-inspired unit—all located in an old three-storey apartment complex within Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Their most interesting accommodation option is the Mango Nest, a 12-square meter teepee-shaped rental in the middle of a garden. It can fit up to two people, but there's no stopping you from renting it all to yourself for a peaceful, television-free weekend.

Subic Green Tree House

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Kalayaan Housing, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
www.airbnb.com/rooms/11761773
Rates start at P2,500 (for two pax)

Cozy and quirky, the Subic Green Tree House takes pride in its pre-owned home pieces "salvaged from everywhere around the Philippines," hand-painted wall decorations, stained glass, and dreamcatchers. It's attached to a deck, where there's a table, a hammock, a cold tub, and a small refrigerator; while below the treehouse is a kitchen that has a stove and pots. The Airbnb is nestled in a pocket garden surrounded with birds, cicadas, and geckos, making it a perfect spot for outdoor lovers.

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Agta Nest

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Kalayaan Housing, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
www.airbnb.com/rooms/32881366
Rates start at P2,750 (for two pax)

Another rental by The Nest by the Sea that's worth checking out is their Agta Nest. It’s a loft-style apartment on the third floor of an old building. The unit has its own kitchen (that's stocked with tea, bread, butter, eggs, and other essentials), a bathroom with a tub, and living area. There's also a corner with a hammock for when you just want to sleep all day. The Nest by the Sea also has a common library where you can borrow books to read during your stay. They also have a swimming pool, which is great for when you want to take a dip.

Hilltop Studio

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Barretto, Olongapo, Zambales
www.airbnb.com/rooms/22755329
Rates start at P953 (for five pax)

It takes an 80-step climb when heading to this hilltop studio, but the view of Subic Bay when you reach the top is worth it. The unit has everything you need for a comfortable stay: WiFi, air-conditioning, a kitchen with stove and refrigerator, and dinnerware. It can accommodate up to five people, and children under two years of age are free of charge. The laid-back beaches of Barretto are a 10-minute walk away.

Subic Brick Home

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Kalayaan Housing, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
www.airbnb.com/rooms/12223430
Rates start at P6,000 (for eight pax)

Bring the whole family for a fun stay at Subic Brick Home. It has two bedrooms, where the upstairs room has a queen-sized bed and en-suite bathroom and a lower-level room with a double bed and sofa bed. The rest of the guests can stay in the living room, which also has a sofa bed. You can also use the barbecue pit and tub located outdoors.

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Serene Treetop Studio

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Subic, Zambales
www.airbnb.com/rooms/42494783
Rates start at P4,800 (for four pax)

It's not exactly located in the treetops, but on the third floor of a building. Still, you can have a great view of the trees and a community park across the street from this 40-sqm space. It's also a few minutes away from the beach and resorts, but if you plan on staying put indoors, there's a dining area, functional kitchen, and common areas where you can just chill with your family and friends...and even your furry friends, too!

A Pet Friendly Subic Bay Vacation Home

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Subic Bay Freeport Zone
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/19122574
Rates start at P5,200 (for six pax)

This pet-friendly guest house in Subic is 10 minutes away from the Central Business District, as well as other beaches and resorts. Apart from the two bedrooms, functional kitchen, and common areas, this accommodation has a grill and patio where you and your family can cook and share meals al fresco.

Forest Home Unit B

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Kalayaan Village, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16483033
Rates start at P15,300 (for 16 pax)

This Airbnb, called Forest Home Unit B, has a huge garden, perfect if you are looking to lounge outdoors without having to mingle with other people in cramped spaces. You can take the whole family with you and have a barbecue feast with them in the backyard. But if you feel like heading out, you'd be happy to know that it's also close to Subic's popular establishments and attractions.

Studio Unit at Subic Bay

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Subic Bay Freeport Zone
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/48634062
Rates start at P3,100 (for five pax)

If you want a cozier stay, this studio unit that can accommodate a maximum of five guests might be right up your alley. From here, you can head to All Hands Beach in five minutes and Camayan Beach Resort in 10 minutes. It's also in close proximity to convenience stores and other establishments. There's free parking, too!

Tuki Nest

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Kalayaan Housing, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
www.airbnb.com/rooms/50142038
Rates start at P7,500 (for five pax)

Tuki Nest is actually the first ever "nest" designed and owned by The Nest By the Sea owners Martin Aviles and Tamara Benitez. It's an 80-square-meter one-bedroom apartment with plenty of indoor and outdoor spaces. Floors are made from used pallet wood, while cupboards and furniture maintain a white-and-brown color motif. Every corner of the home makes for Instagram-worthy snapshots; and best of all, the whole space has that calm vibe we all need.

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