ACCOMMODATION: This place is "not hot, not cold". Not really anything.
All beach 'resorts' (except for the two upmarket ones) have nipa huts and seem to sell for 500-1200 pesos, depending on size, no. of beds, and views. This one is no different. The location along the strip is convenient, not too far but away from the busy dock area where 100+ daytrippers hang around at any given time. The hut wasn't the best, we've seen both better and worse ones; the neighbouring shower leaked into our room, the shower wasn't working well and the flooring was shabby, but it had a sea view and a nice deck, and a good bed with clean linen. Because it was low season, we could choose places and when we decided to stay at Green Verde, Luis seemed to be grumpy all the time because we'd bargained with him(?) and then because we left after one day(?), very strange. The couple in the neighbouring room had the same experience.
So I'd not necessarily recommend this place but neither is it necessary to avoid it.
The FOOD however was very good and reasonably priced. The filled squid, chicken adobo and fish in coconut sauce were all tasty. Service was pleasant. However it took forever until the food was served.
On sunday morning they didn't serve breakfast but we found a place down the strip that did.