Shamrock Pension House

Shamrock Pension House has two locations with one at Fuente Osmeña in Cebu City and a second in Barili, Cebu. The first floor of the Fuente Osmeña Shamrock Pension House contains a cafe facing the street.

Amenities

  • Barili
    • Air conditioning (some rooms)
    • Function room with air conditioning for 80 persons
  • Fuente Osmeña
    • Air conditioning
    • Cable TV
    • Hot and cold water
    • Some rooms: views of Fuente Osmeña

Rooms and Rates

  • Barili
    • Aircon: 560 PHP for 2 persons
    • Non-Aircon: 336 PHP for 4 persons
    • Family Aircon: 2,000 PHP for 8 persons
  • Fuente Osmeña
    • Studio: 672 PHP for 1 person
    • Standard: 896 PHP for 2 persons
    • Deluxe: 1,344 PHP for 3 persons

Contact

Shamrock Pension House – Barili

Barili. Cebu 6036

Philippines

Tel no.: 470-9235

Email: shamrockbakery@yahoo.com

Shamrock Pension House – Fuente Osmeña

Fuente Osmeña

Cebu City, Cebu 6000

Philippines

Tel no.: (+63) 32 255-2900

Fax no.: (+63) 32 253-5239

7 comments for “Shamrock Pension House

  1. ally ma
    November 18, 2010 at 11:49 am

    hi… are there available rooms for 5 persons on jan 15-20, 2011 ?? pls email me the room rates.. or are the above rates still applicable?? so i can make reservations… thanks very much…
    ally ma – interchandlingserve@yahoo.com

  2. Splakyboyrh
    November 29, 2010 at 12:51 pm

    any pension houses or inns, 10k a month? near usjr or just a ride away from usjr?

  3. Tropicalpenpals
    November 29, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    without actually physically calling them and booking dates (they have no website) I can’t confirm dates (as you would need to pay a deposit). I think Splakyboyrh you would struggle to get a pension house for under P500 a day these days as prices seemed to have spiked in the last 18 months. Best option would be to rent a furnished house which you should be able to do for less than P10k.

  4. Cianoy
    April 7, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    Hi! How did you plant the potatoes? Did you use seeds or did you get some store bought potatoes and planted those?

  5. Anonymous
    April 8, 2011 at 1:08 am

    Hey Matt i fancy giving this a go, what are you going to use as seed potatoes, are they actually available or are you using she smallest ones available from the veg market! ta ray

  6. Tropicalpenpals
    April 8, 2011 at 3:32 am

    We are just experimenting currently which is why we grow on small potatoes instead of seed. Although we have planted some plants which are similar in habit to see if they grow everywhere in the way potatoes often spread themselves as well..