The SpaceSunset Beach is owned and operated by the family of Karlheinz Fehringer, a German businessman and his wife Maricel Fehringer.
The place currently offers 7 rooms.
Proper identification (eg. passports, goverment IDs) would be required when checking in.
Transport service, food and excursion packages can be availed of per request and need to be paid separately.
Guests have access to all the offered facilities of the beach house, like the lounge area by the bar, dining area, terrace on the 2nd floor and bamboo raft by the sea.
The hosts and owners of Sunset Beach might not always be present but if they are they always interact with their guests and could go along on excursions.
When they are abroad or out of town, a caretaker and the remaining family are always there to help and keep the place tidy.
Local public transportation is easily available.
Air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses from Cebu City take about 4-5 hours going to Ginatilan. Private vans and taxis are also available but more costly. Within the town proper motorized tricycles and pedicabs can be hired for a cheap fare to get around to nearby areas.
Children and pets are allowed. The parents or pet-owners are held accountable for their safety. Sunset Beach is a child-friendly environment. Children can roam around freely and play by the beach side but parents are highly advised to keep an eye on them in case of accidents.
Inambakan Falls, one of the lesser known waterfalls in Cebu, is located nearby.
Guest AccessGuests can access the lounge area upstairs and the bar & dining area downstairs at all times.
The bamboo float by the sea is also free to use.
Interaction with GuestsThe hosts and owners of Sunset Beach might not always be present but if they are they always interact with their guests and could go along on excursions.
When they are abroad or out of town, a caretaker and the remaining family are always there to help and keep the place tidy. The NeighborhoodThe surrounding area is provincial and charming in nature. A nearby waterfall can be visited within minutes as well as the town proper of Palanas, home of the recently sainted Pedro Calungsod.
On one side of the beach house is the sea and on the other a mountainous area sprawling with lush tropical forestry.
Ginatilan is a fifth class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 15,327 people.
Livelihoods include farming, fishing, government, and business. Every March is annual festival in honor of the Great Patron St. Gregory the Great. Ginatilan is the hometown of Catholic martyr and 2nd Filipino saint, St. Pedro Calungsod, who was killed during his missionary work in Guam with Diego Luis de San Vitores Getting AroundThe place is easily accessible by bus, private vehicles and local transpo.
We also offer vehicle rentals:
Motorbike - 500 PhP/day
Car - 2000 PhP/day with driver
Other Things to NoteIn case you wish to rent more rooms, you can pay for the extra rooms at the beach house. Look for Celine or Karlheinz to assist you.