Arinaya Beach Resort
This is a small charming resort that stands in the beautiful scenic town of Pagudpud, on the northernmost tip of Ilocos. It I popular with families and couples alike.
You can get there by taking a plane via the Laoag International Airport, or by bus, or by simply driving your car.
The resort is situated right on the beach with great views and about the most relaxing you can get in Pagudpud.
They give good service and are really helpful and economically priced. It is a great option for travellers to the area.
Two (2) air-conditioned family rooms - which are very popular
Nine (9) air-conditioned Standard rooms
Conference/ Social Hall Canteen and Restaurant - which is great for group functions and conferences
Open Gazebo (The Sunset Patio) - which is just perfect watching the sun go down or come up
Picnic ground with huts for memorable family days
Camping grounds for those on a budget
Souvenir shop so you don't forget Pagudpud
Shower and rest rooms.
Where is Pagudpud? Pagudpud or Pagudpod as its now and again called is delightful one day and great the next. many say it's the Boracay of the North, We explain it is Boracay as it once was! And that's why it's so popular. It is Boracay as it was 25 years ago! The virgin white sands of Saud Beach are located at Pagudpud and so is this lovely resort
The sleepy rural coastal village of Pagudpud is located on the most Northern tip of Luzon, in the Philippines and is about 50 miles up the coast from Laoag City, the capital of Ilocos Norte province. It is also around 350 miles north of Manila, you could drive, catch a bus or take an airline flight to Laoag City.
Pagudpud is best visited in the dry season and you can then enjoy Arinaya at its best, with warm water and sand between your toes
The area is located to the north of Bangui and its now noted windmills and inland lies the massive Cordillera Mountain Range, the largest mountain range in the Philippines. over the other side of the mountain range lies the province of Cagayan. To the North and the West are the inviting waters of the South China Sea.