If you're comfortable roughing it a bit, this can be an ok place to stay. The Caretaker is a very sweet helpful man and the other tenants are very sweet too. There is no available Wi-fi in the lot, nor in the House, but you can bring your own hotspot; bought locally for about 1250 pesos with Globe or another Philippine ISP and that works fine. No cable or TV. The Cottage for rent has no hot water and no potable water but does have small kitchen with sink. propane stove, refrigerator and is very usable to cook your meals. The main house is rented by a long-term tenant so I don't see that as available. He has no wi-fi now and uses a hotspot. The pool is small circular and rainwater fed. The scenery of the lot is lovely but be aware many, many roosters surround the lot in the village and they and the dogs go bonkers at 5 a.m. VERY LOUD, and always woke us up. It's pretty quiet after dawn but roosters crow off and on all day and night. Not far from a nice mall but you might have to walk down to the hiway to actually get a taxi. Trikes and Jeepneys are much more available for rides if you're comfortable riding in them. They can be found just a few steps out the gate. Grab and Uber could never locate the place to come pick us up. But once at the Mall, plenty of taxi's and Uber/Grab. It was a mixed bag; pretty lot but very noisy because of all the neighbors playing radio and the dogs and roosters. If you don't mind that, the porch is comfortable, the one room cottage has little furniture but comfortable bed and our property was safe there.