We had a very pleasant stay at Nutshuts at the end of November and would stay here again. The staff is very friendly and helpful, the food is good and it is very well located. The view at the river is awesome, especially in the morning, and its central location at Bohol makes it a perfect starting point for sightseeing around the island. We had rented motor bikes in Panglao, so we arrived by bike. Although it’s a little ‘adventurous’, you can ride your bike from the main road all the way to the top of the stairs and park it there. Half way down the stairs is the restaurant, and downstairs along the river are the huts.
We had a hut with a new bathroom (shower and toilet) which was simple but did the job just fine. After the earthquake of 15 October 2013, some bathrooms where damaged because the heavy concrete floor of the bathroom had fallen down (the huts are on stilts). These where being refitted with a new ‘earthquake proof’ lighter bathroom.
Nutshuts had not much other damage from the earthquake (or from typhoon Hayian, which was further north). In contrast to most other places, they even had normal electricity when we were there (not from a humming generator), so during the night you could hear all the nocturnal animals singing and beeping in the trees around you. However, you do want to bring a flashlight to find your way to your hut in the evening, as the path is quite uneven.
From Nutshuts we visited the Chocolate hills and the Tarsier sanctuary. Danao adventure park was closed when we were on Bohol, but is also in range. When you drive from Tagbilaran to Loboc, take into account that the bridge in Loboc is closed. To cross the Loboc river with a car or motor bike, you have to go to the bridge at the coastal road. In Loboc there is only a bridge for pedestrians.
- Also Known As:
- Nuts Huts Hotel Bohol Island
- Nuts Huts Resort Loboc, Bohol Province