Reef Retreat Resort is a new 12-bedroom deluxe resort nestled in tropical gardens on Bulabog Beach.
Our hotel was built and is run by a British windsurfer and his wife, Matthew and Clair. They have managed to combine accessibility to the beach without compromising comfort and have incorporated luxury with a native edge.
We offer a choice of double and twin rooms, each with garden views. The rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, a ceiling fan, minibar, hot/cold shower, Wi-Fi, cable TV and a private balcony/veranda.
A homemade breakfast is also included during the high season.
We're a stone's throw away from the windsurfing and kite-boarding beach of Bulabog, which is renowned in Asia as a top windsurfing/kite-boarding spot and hosts the annual Asian Funboard Cup competition. We're ideally located behind the famous Ocean Republic Kite boarding Centre; you can literally get out of bed and into your foot straps.
Matt and Clair can also help to arrange rental of windsurfing/kite boarding equipment or arrange for lessons and courses.
For those non-board riders (or on non-windy days), you can relax on your veranda or swing in a hammock in the garden. White Beach and the many bars and restaurants are an easy seven-minute walk away.
Front office hours are 9am-6pm, so if arriving outside of office hours please contact us before arrival on email@example.com to arrange early or late check in.
Please note that we do not accept credit cards, so balance must be paid in cash upon check in or paypal prior to check in.
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