The Peacock Garden

The Peacock Garden provides guests with a luxurious resort experience.

By TravelBook
August 06, 2012

The Peacock Garden is located in the town of Baclayon in Bohol. The resort offers a beautiful view of the sea and of nearby Pamilacan Island.

Named after the bird with a colorful tail, the Peacock Garden symbolizes the meeting of cultures. The resort's aesthetic is one of East-meets-West, where European sensibility marries Filipino charm and hospitality.


The boutique resort has 40 rooms and facilities that include a fine dining restaurant, a Roman-inspired spa, a wine cellar and a cigar lounge.

The resort's interior is inspired by colonial Philippines, decorated with European antiques, with some sections devoted to National Hero Jose Rizal. It hearkens to a glamorous past, one whose charm does not fade.

Rooms include the Superior Garden View and Deluxe Sea View, both luxurious; the Premiere and Infinity Sea Views, which have small sitting areas, and the Peacock Suite, which has its own receiving area.

Dining options within the resort are many. Old Heidelberg offers fine dining. Guests can enjoy libations at The Wine Cellar and cigars and spirits at Hemingway or they can dance the night away at Pim's.

Afterwards, they can pamper themselves at the Fontana Aquarella Spa, which offers different treatments that range from massages to facials to body scrubs and wraps.

The resort can also arrange special tours of Bohol according to their guests' needs. Packages range from a basic day trip to a nature-oriented adventure-as-education experience aboard a buggy.

The Peacock Garden doesn't scrimp on luxury, which is what keeps guests coming back again and again.


How to get there:
The Peacock Garden is located in Baclayon, a town beside Tagbilaran, the capital city of Bohol.

The resort is 15 minutes from Tagbilaran City. From the city, drive towards Baclayon Church. With the sign on the left side of the road as a marker, turn into Cuajao St. and drive straight to the resort.