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Reviewed 26 August 2016

its a bit of a drive but its all worth it, the resort is super clean, and well maintained. you can bring and prepare your own food, or use their canteen, which is very reasonably priced. the pools are splendid, and very clear. water is amazing, you literately wouldn't want to get out , very easy to access, u can...

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Thank Nabil N
Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

It's all natural. There's the hot pool, lukewarm pool and the cold pool. It's amazing how hot and cold mix on the dame resort. It's a nice place to get soaked into, after a long and tiring motorbike ride from Bulusan Lake on a cold rainy day.

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Thank Lawrence A
Philippines
Reviewed 29 July 2016

We are staying 45k away and heard of the hot springs so gave it a go.. road there is excellent. The facility is beautiful, cut into the jungle. The pools are large, very clean and the view is impressive.. i like hot water and when i found the source at the back of the hot pool i was happy. The...

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Thank brian c
Singapore
Reviewed 4 June 2016

It's a good and relaxing experience after a non-stop boat and bus travel crossing Bohol to Leyte. The warm water is really calming and refreshing. Good for family and friends. I just find it quite far if one is commuting.

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Thank Grace I
India
Reviewed 23 March 2016

We stayed at Fernando's Hotel at Sorsogon City. Since we had our own vehicle, there was no problem getting to the San Mateo Hot and Cold Springs Resort. It was a picturesque drive that led us to Mount Bulusan Nature park. The volcano had spewed plumes of smoke just 10 days before we got there! We paid a nominal fee...

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Thank GitaBhukta
Masbate City, Philippines
Reviewed 23 May 2015 via mobile

Free flowing water from spring is suitable for our body, since there are 3kinds of pool located in the sitio san benon. They are hot, humid and cold spring. You choose either of those 3pools where you enjoy the water and its place. A recommended place for everybody. A big check for me. A 35pesos entrance fee you can enjoy...

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Reviewed 24 April 2015 via mobile

It's nice and very relaxing to dip into the water specially in the water; te warm water felt like it's healing you, it's enough to just dip and not swim. The water is very clean, you could actually see both the bottom of the spring and also your reflection. The facilities are clean and good as well. But the lodging...

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4Thank tigerrrlilyhesels
Paranaque, Philippines
Reviewed 25 August 2013

Visited this hot spring after a long day of island-hopping in Matnog. It's a bit out of the way and the road is not paved at all, but that's what you need to go through to get to this sort of hidden hot spring. The entrance fee is affordable and we didn't rent a table or cottage since we just...

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Address: | San Benon, Sorsogon, Luzon, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Luzon > Bicol Region > Sorsogon Province > Sorsogon
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“This is not a hotel with rooms! All cottages are open and have fantastic views of the springs and Mount Bulusan.”
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