Hidden Hills, a lovely vacation home in Puerto Princesa, Palawan Philippines belongs to a Greek-Filipino couple who designed and built this home after falling in love with the island while on a tour few years ago.
Busy as they are, they hardly have the luxury to fly in and enjoy this lovely home as much as they would want to. They therefore currently rent it out on short term self-catering basis for travelers like you to enjoy as well.
The first of its kind as officially registered vacation rental in Puerto Princesa. Amazing view and tranquil surroundings are definite treats when you stay in this over 2 hectares property that is yours and yours alone during your stay... therefore absolute exclusivity and privacy is guaranteed.
There’s a full time caretaker who can also drive plus a housekeeper to clean-up after you and assist with your cooking or barbeque. They are conveniently housed separately (downhill) within the compound easily accessible to look after your every need.
If you happen to fall in love with this property at first glance, it may interest you to know that this gorgeous property is also FOR SALE. It can be yours, OWN IT!!! Contact us for details.
You are invited not only to stay but to EXPERIENCE this FANTASTIC VACATION HOME!!
Cheers to all!
Reviewed by Real Travelers
Your Exotic Vacation Home in Palawan, Philippines!!! This spacious, rustic contemporary, self-catering, vacation home is privately tucked and hidden for absolute exclusivity and tranquility inside a 20,355 square meters private farm property, hence it's fondly called the Hidden Hills. A long and winding river-stone &…
9 guest reviews
78% of guests would stay again
Left on Jan 06, 2010 for a stay in November 2009
Hidden Hills is simply beautiful...truly a home away from home! Greek architecture and art influences are manifested in the entire house. The powder and bathrooms always smell of fresh citronella from the farm itself. The staff (Cristy & Mar) are absolutely nice...very caring, respectful, and jolly. Their warm and sincere smiles welcomed us after a tiring journey from Manila (lest I forget Jimbo … See more