Hostels and Inns

Comfy Accommodations in Itbayat, Batanes

Batanes

Pinas Muna
Pinas Muna | Feb 06, 2014

There are currently no hotels or resorts in Itbayat, but homestays and lodging houses are available for visitors and tourists at very affordable rates. We highly recommend Cano's Lodge located at the town center. They charge a minimal fee of only P200.00 (US$4.40) per person per night.

They have two rooms that can accommodate a total of nine guests. For bigger groups, the owners of Cano's Lodge can also arrange extra rooms for its guests for the same rate. The bigger room has its own private bathroom while a common bathroom is also available just outside the smaller room. There are no air-conditioning units inside the room, and you can request for hot water if you need to take a bath.

Food is also not a problem since Cano's Lodge can prepare food for its guests. A complete meal will cost each person P200.00 (US$4.40) -- that's P600.00 (US$13.20) for three meals a day.

What we like the most about Cano's Lodge is the hospitality of the owner, Mrs. Cano. She will insist to be called "Nanay." True enough, she will be your "mother away from home" while you're in Itbayat. Such a sweet loving lady.

On your future trip to Itbayat, we recommend that you stay at Cano's Lodge. For inquiries or reservation, you can call Mrs. Cano at 0919-300-4787.

Read here our complete story: Accommodations in Itbayat, Batanes.

Important reminders:

1) Electricity is only available from 6:00am to 12:00mn.
2) Tricycle fare from Chinalopiran Port to the town center is P100.00 (call Kuya Jojo at 0920-660-3801).
3) Weather in Batanes is very unpredictable so expect that the boat trips will be canceled during bad weather. Always plan your trip carefully.
4) If you wish to take the plane to or from Basco, always book/reserve your flight ahead, and have it confirmed before your trip. Contact Northsky Air at Basco-09491550100 or Itbayat-09209651495.

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