April 11, 2016

Little Bridge Beach Resort

Note: I posted this in my travel blog some 3 years ago. I have not updated Travel's of Joy for the longest time so I'm reposting the #Mendiolables adventures here in my main blog for easy viewing.

It was Nora's choice to stay in Little Bridge Beach Resort. I was already booking online with another resort nearby but Nora insisted that I view and check out  Little Bridge's site. As always, I'm cautious about resort and hotel websites because there are many instances when the photos does not meet the real deal.

These beautifully crafted chairs is actually the foremost reason why I immediately liked the place. It reminds me of the ones in Dusit Hotel. And I actually like sleeping while my family swim.

There are different kinds of accommodation in Little Bridge. Nora and I checked out the Apartment, The Cabbanas and the Hotel. We opted to stay in the hotel because it is near the pool. Although there's also a pool at the Cabbana, I personally highly recommend staying at the hotel if you opt for a more quiet stay.

This is the facade of our room. It's facing the mango tree, and other trees around

Lobby/reception area where wi-fi is available

Compared with the other resorts I was going to book, Little Bridge rate is way lower. The lobby, rooms, pool, garden are well-cleaned.
Stairs leading to the second floor of the hotel

Hotel's restaurant

Wooden swing nestled betweel the restaurant and the pools

Spot where you can grill, cook and dine

Had breakfast here, with no less delivery from Jollibee
Moms bonding moment while the baby's asleep and  other kids were swimming
Last minute photo op at the wooden swing

We were able to get  few pieces of Sinigwelas fruit

We were also allowed to pick Indian mangoes

Basketball court cum parking area
Parking area where trees abound

The beach is approximately 5 minutes away from the hotel 
(well depending on how fast one walks, lol!)

Enjoy the  beautiful sunset at Little Bridge Resort

Another reason why we immediately love this place? The staff, especially the Resort Manager JOJO JARIN, were super warm and accommodating.

View more of this unassuming, not so little but nice resort...

St. Peter's Little Bridge Resort & Renewal Center
Baranggay Butong,
Taal, Batangas 4208
Map: (Location | Resort}

Tel: +63 (2) 772 2190 to 92
Fax: +63 (2) 772 2191

Telephone: +63 (43) 421 1625

3 Ways on how to get there:

Tagaytay Route. (approximately two and half hours from EDSA Magallanes). From South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), take Sta. Rosa Exit. Pass through Tagaytay City. Turn left to R. Diokno Highway and pass through Canyon Wood and Fantasy World. Turn left to the road going to Lemery town proper then make a right after the Pansipit Bridge and you will see Allied Savings Bank. Go straight until you see Little Bridge Resort to your right.

Batangas City Route. (approximately three hours from EDSA Magallanes). Reach the end of South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) going to Batangas. Take the S.T.A.R. Tollway and make an exit to Batangas City. Instead of passing through the overpass, make a right at the crossing. Go straight pass thorugh the town of San Pascual and Bauan and follow the road going to Lemery. Upon reaching Barangay Muzon, turn left going to the town of San Luis. Before reaching the San Luis Town Proper, make a right at the junction and shortly after you will see Little Bridge Resort to your left.

Cuenca Route (approximately two and half hours from EDSA Magallanes) After exiting the S.T.A.R. Tollway, follow the route to Batangas City. Make a right turn at the junction of Banay-Banay going to Cuenca. Pass through the municipalities of Alitagtag, Sta. Teresita and Taal. Make a left turn before crossing the Pansipit Bridge and you will see Allied Savings Bank. Go straight until you see Little Bridge Resort to your right.

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