After the Alaska Hostel gave away my reserved room, my friends and I stumbled upon the Alun Bungalows and we couldn't be happier. It was a great value! For $300 pesos per night, I got a 2 story bungalow complete with living room, dining room, kitchen, sleeping/reading nook, 1.5 bathrooms and a queen size bed. The kitchen was fully stocked with cookware and plates. The views were incredible too. Oh, and wifi was excellent.
The only drawbacks of the Alun: Heat and amenities. My bungalow did not warm up downstairs, but the upstairs was very warm with a heater in the bathroom and bedroom. It was unseasonably cold while I was there too. Also, the host was a little stingy with towels and soap. I only got one bar of soap and one bath towel. My downstairs half bath had no soap or hand towel.
The bungalows are outside of town, situated on Bustillo road and easily accessible by the 10, 20 or 21 busses which all come every 10 minutes or so. You have to buy bus tickets in town though. There is a small market just next door, and a larger grocery store about 1.5 km down the road.More