Sleep Under the Stars and Go Glamping by the Sea at these Huts in Batangas

Soak in the sun, sea, and good company.
by | October 21, 2021

Sometimes, all you need for a breather is just the company of people you hold dear, nature, and good times. If you’re looking for a venue for your needed time away from your screen, go on a short drive to Batangas and try roughing it out at this beachfront glamping site.


Casa Antonio Glamping

If you and your barkada’s definition of having a good time is simply enjoying each other’s company and going on a beach adventure, you’re in for a treat at Casa Antonio Glamping. Nestled in Calatagan, Batangas, Casa Antonio is a camping site that will allow you to rough it out in tents or their A-frame Hideaway Huts.

The camping grounds are on a small hill lined with grass, giving the complete picnic feels during the daytime. Each glamping hut has a floor mattress and it’s pretty much all that you need!

At night, you can fall asleep under the stars or huddle with your friends around a warm bonfire by the beach.

At Casa Antonio, you’ll also get to enjoy a private beach that doesn’t get too crowded, unlike the usual beach resorts you’ll find around the municipality. Remember that this glamping space is not a resort, but a retreat for tired souls looking for respite.

You’ll also get to enjoy amenities like a relaxing kawa bath overlooking the sea and kayaks if you wish to explore the waters.

Calatagan’s crystal clear waters, good food, and the company of your friends, what more could you ask for?


Glamping rates

Glamping rates at Casa Antonio start at P1,999 per head for a minimum of two guests. This is inclusive of a hut accommodation, an hour-long detox kawa hot bath, kayak, dinner, and breakfast.

Pets are welcome here too, just in case you’re worried about leaving them behind.



For bookings, inquiries, and more information on travel requirements, visit Casa Antonio Glamping’s Facebook page or send a message to 09204795730 / 09281565238 / 0920376 2538.

When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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