March 28, 2019

Casa Amihan: A Mediterranean-Inspired Gem in Anda, Bohol

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  • Casa Amihan in Anda, Bohol offers the best place to sit back, relax, and marvel at the beauty that Bohol has to offer. The resort takes its name from “Amihan” which is a Filipino word that translates to “gentle wind.”

     The resort started its operations in 2012 and is owned by Udo Heyartz, a European expat. The resort is managed by Mr. Harold Tagum, the brother-in-law of Mr. Heyartz who transferred from Manila to Anda to run the establishment.

    Casa Amihan offers an overlooking view of the sea and Bohol’s rock formations. The resort invites guests to unwind in their Mediterranean inspired cottages and to enjoy the splendor of being away from the crowds. 

    All of the accommodations at Casa Amihan have private verandas with a view of the sea, the pool or their lush gardens. This allows guests to experience privacy and relaxation despite the resort being fully booked. 

    Their Deluxe Sea View (starts at Php 4,400/night) rooms come with a double bed and has its own private veranda with a scenic view of the sea.

    The Suite Sea View (starts at Php 4,900/night) is furnished with one king-size double bed and like the Deluxe room, has a private veranda.

    Deluxe Room Veranda

    Their Suites and Family Rooms (starting at P4,900/night) are more spacious that’s perfect for families and big groups. Their Suite Rooms are fitted with one king-size double bed and one single bed while the Family Rooms are furnished with one king-size double bed and two single beds.

    Suite Room Veranda

    Additionally, you can also opt to reserve the entire resort (starting at Php 23,500/night) if you’re on a big family vacation or if you have a company outing. This allows for more exclusivity for you and for your companions.

    Indulge in fresh seafood meals, homemade ice cream, and fresh shakes at their restaurant. Casa Amihan offers a selection of International and Filipino favorites.

    You can enjoy various activities at Casa Amihan such as relaxing in their pool, snorkel and diving tours, massages and day tours around Anda and the neighboring cities. You can also visit some of Bohol’s most known sights to get to know more about the island.

    When at Bohol, Casa Amihan is the ideal place to relax, to take a plunge, and to spend time alone or with your loved ones as they provide not only comfort but also the luxury of privacy.

    How to get here:

    • Casa Amihan provides shuttle and transportation services for their guests to and from the airport and the seaport. You may coordinate with their front desk officer for more information regarding transfers.
    • By private car: From the new Bohol Panglao International Airport, follow the Dauis-Panglao Road through the Panglao Island Circumferential Road then continue on to the Borja Bridge. Follow the Bohol Circumferential Road through the Anda Provincial Road then turn right at Flower Beach Road and continue to Casa Amihan. Do take note that the resort is at least 2 hours away from Panglao with regular traffic.

    General Information:

    Address: Barangay Virgen, Sitio Lourdes, Anda, Bohol
    Contact Number: 0917-117-2323 / 0920-959-6875
    Check-in: 2 p.m.
    Check-out: 12 p.m.
    Website: amihanresortanda.com
    Facebook: Casa Amihan


    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese Magazine April 2019 Issue.
    Written by Feliz Grace Bueno
    Images courtesy of Casa Amihan

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