The Buenavista Family Inn - Jewel of Farola Beach
Located along the county road due west from the national highway to the shores of the pristine South China Sea, the Buenavista Family Inn sits in the heart of Barangay Farola. This tiny fishing enclave is made famous by the small lighthouse "Farola" standing to warn seafarers, mariners and small boat owners of the presence of shoals and shallow waters. It was also the landing site of the Belgian Missionaries that founded Saint Augustine's School (SAS). The expansive grounds covering about 5,000 square meters sports Ponderosa Chico groves, giant Santol Bangkok trees, towering mahogany trees, willowy clumps of spiny bamboo, dwarf mango trees and various flowering plants. The canopy of thick green foliage renders the entire facility very cool and airy, if not well ventilated, shaded and breezy. The quiet surroundings readily lend itself to rest and relaxation, group conferences, for a weekend get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, or for just a night's rest from the rigors of traveling. Let us check out the facilities:
A short video clip of the BFI facilities. . .
Come on in; drop by for a visit. You will be pleasantly surprised.