Opened in October 2006, Darunday Manor is located at the heart of Tagbilaran City, Bohol. Walking distance to the City’s main attractions and about 10-15 minutes by car or taxi from Tagbilaran Airport or the Pier.
Darunday Manor has sixteen air-conditioned rooms, each room with solar-heated showers and baths. Tribal designs using abaca fiber woven by the local Eskaya tribe adorn the headboards and cabinet doors. Traditional Boholano accessories accent the rooms and corridors. Airy balconies with live plants overlook the street. Clay tiles imported from Portugal line the roof and an Aztec motif in light shades of yellow and green subtly pervades the whole building.
Darunday Manor promotes Boholano culture, ethnic handiwork and local visual artists. Also featured are beautiful oil and water paintings and visual art works by celebrated local artists Madam Nene Lungay, Glenn Lumantao, Weewee Seloterio, Tatting Soliva, and Yano Manalo.
Home Page: http://www.darundaymanor.com/index.php
Address: 22 J. A. Clarin St., Tagbilaran City 6300, Bohol
Tagbilaran : Tel. No: (63-38) 412-2512
Telefax: (63-38) 411-3396
Mobile: +63927-878-8343; +63918-448-4606
|Type of Room||Price|
|Queen Room with Terrace||Php 1,400 (US$32)|
|Twin Room||Php 1,300 (US$29)|
|Extra person / extra bed||Php 250 (US$5)|
Double Occupancy with Breakfast
Note: The information posted above is retrieved from the featured hotel’s main site.