Three Little Birds is a unique, nature-based resort situated only 60 meters from a forgotten pristine white sandy beach in the humble town of Anda. During low tide, the beautiful Quinale beach is just a short walk away – this beach hailed by many as among the best beaches in Bohol!
The cottages are inspired by the Filipino traditional native houses with a Bohemian and Caribbean twist. The charming cottages are spacious and made especially from local materials such as bamboo, amakan (bamboo) mats, and Cogon grass for the roofs. The resort is environmental friendly and set in a beautiful pool garden. Travelers of independent mind, nature lovers, romantics, and families will surely find warmth, authenticity, and comfort.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in our restaurant Blue-tailed bee-eater or you can sip a delicious refreshing cocktail at the bar, in your hammock next to the swimming pool or at the patio in front of your cottage.
Snorkeling gears are at your disposal for the adventure seekers, to explore the big blue sea. If that’s not enough to scratch your itch for adventure, you may rent a motorbike to visit the nearby cave pools. Explore the island by yourself and write your own motorcycle diaries!
In the evening, you can enjoy watching an international art-house movie or blockbuster in our Eagle Eye Movie House or listening to the (live) music at the bar. If you’re concerned about losing touch with reality, free wireless Internet can help you out.
Serving guests with Filipino hospitality mixed with our International management, we can offer the perfect balance of privacy and attention to details. The warmth and friendliness of our team will make your stay with us unforgettable! The fusion restaurant, hammocks, smooth music, sweet breeze and cocktails will give you the ultimate relaxing experience. We speak fluent English, Filipino, Mandarin & Cantonese Chinese, Dutch…, ein bisschen Deutsch, “un petit peu “Français”, and “un poco de espanol”!
Architect: Antonio Legaspi designed the Three Little Birds resort, taking inspiration from the native architecture in the Philippines. The Filipino culture – in the form of traditional architecture, crafts, and beliefs – has been incorporated into the resort.