Welcome to Olana Bed and Breakfast. We are a small, family-run resort on the water near 100 Islands National Park. Olana is a reference to the Garden of Eden, a natural paradise where you can relax and rejuvenate body and soul.
We have four private guest rooms in our guest building with an additional guest room in our main house. Our location is convenient to the City of Alaminos, the town of Labrador, and the 100 Island National Park and area beaches. Guests can relax in the garden and enjoy views of the sea and mountains and walks in the countryside. We are on the water, and guests can enjoy swimming just steps from their rooms.
Guests will have access to the garden, beach, restaurant, off-street parking, and free wi-fi in the restaurant and patio areas.
Interaction with guests
Your hosts, Angie and Doug, are experienced travelers and love meeting new people, but they also respect guests desire for privacy. If you want company to share the expenses of renting a boat to tour 100 Islands and go snorkeling, we would love to join you!
Other things to note
Olana Bed & Breakfast is under new ownership. The resort was formerly known as the Parrot and Tree Resort. Whether you are driving or taking public transportation to Olana, the directions are the same. Public buses (Five Star, Victory) heading toward Alaminos and Bolina will pass directly by our gate. We are 2 kilometers past the center of the Town of Labrador. After you enter the Barangay of Laois, you will pass by an Alaminos Gas Station on the left, then a Japan Surplus warehouse on the left, then Bonita Beach Resort on the right. Olana is just after Bonita on the right side of the main road, and just before GRM Prawn Hatchery. Our front gate is dark brown wooden with a gold pergola and red walls.
There is no smoking in rooms, the restaurant or other interior spaces. Smoking is permitted outside, but smokers are expected to use ashtrays. Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis, and you need our approval in advance. In order to be able to clean rooms and prepare them for new arrivals, check in time is after 3:00 p.m., and check out time is by 11:00 a.m. Guests who arrive with more people than their reservation was made for will be turned away and forfeit their charges. Guests are asked to be respectful of the property, the owners and other guests. We have parking for guests only inside the gated area. Olana wants to keep its rates reasonable, so guests are asked to turn off lights and air conditioning when they are not in the room. For safety and insurance liability reasons, guests are not allowed to cook or barbecue at Olana.
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We just moved back to the Philippines, Angie's country. Doug is originally from the United States. We love traveling and meeting new people. We made our new home at Olana Bed and Breakfast because of the natural beauty and simple life style this part of the Philippines has to offer. We chose the name "Olana" because to us, this is our little Garden of Eden. You will find wonderful opportunities for snorkeling, diving, boating, swimming, exploring here. The food is delicious (fresh seafood!!!!), and the local people are friendly. Doug is a retired educator (teacher and administrator), having worked many years overseas and in the states. We share an enduring faith in God, and continue to be in awe of His diverse creation. We look forward to your visit.