Do you feel your pulse racing? The adrenaline rushes through your veins. The unique atmosphere of an era long past makes you notice the cave paintings. In the warm light between stalactites and stalagmites, you discern a comfortable queen-size bed. Another single bed is hidden behind limestone formations.
Unwrap your fur bundle in one of the niches and take in your surroundings.
In the unique bathroom you find a waterfall-shower and another niche with a toilet.
Why don’t you relax and enjoy a chilled drink on your cave-porch overlooking the tropical garden? Your adventure just started!
The Cave – Luxury in Neandertal!
The Cave amenities:
1 queen-size bed
1 large single bed
COMPLIMENTARY coffee, tea and drinking water in the room
Air-conditioning and hot shower
Fans in the room and on the veranda
Hair and body shampoo dispenser in the shower
Mosquito screens on the windows
Private bathroom with toilet and shower
Safety deposit box
Inhouse Movie System
Private veranda to the garden
Room size (incl. bathroom): 23 m² Terrace: 8 m²
While The Cave is crazy and unusual – comfort and functionality are crucial to us. The Cave features a safety deposit box, a minibar, a snack basket, windows with mosquito screens, an inhouse movie system, a hairdryer, wall sockets everywhere and fans in the room as well as on the veranda. Of course, The Cave also has a spacious private bathroom with shower and toilet.
Our friendly staff cleans the room daily and changes your towels and sheets regularly.
The Cave Rates from October 1, 2019
Incl. FREE breakfast, FREE WIFI and COMPLIMENTARY coffee, tea and drinking water in the room
Overnight stay for 2 persons
with air-conditioning & warm shower
MAX. CAPACITY: 3 PERSONS
extra person +850 (incl. breakfast)
kids 5 years old and younger stay for FREE
if sleeping in parents’ bed
This trip, our room was “The Cave” which was as magical as it sounds. It was, literally, a reproduction of a pre-historic cave replete with , for example, a towel rack made of what appeared to be a fossilised dinosaur bone. Stalactites and stalagmites dangled from the “ceiling”. To comprehensively describe even one room let alone the entire Resort would take days to write so you’ll just have to check out the Website yourself and, better still, go there.
Richard M. / Dumaguete, Philippines
We stayed in the Cave, which reminded me of Flintstone and Hobbitcottage, enjoyed every minute of it.
We could walk around several times and always see new things everywhere!