A new private resthouse along Route 955 is set to open its doors to the public soon. Located just 500 meters from Doalnara Restoration Society in Sitio Civoleg, Brgy Lunotan, Gingoog City, CAMP ARYAHORST is situated on top of a hill just beside the highway. A coffeeshop, CAFE 387 will also open soon at the site.
The building can be spotted immediately. It’s on a hill beside along a bend on the highway after passing Doalnara. See map below.
Camp Aryahorst has been used as a private resthouse for the owners, family members and friends.
Camp Aryahorst is named after the owner’s pet Shihtzu dog named “Arya” and “Horst” which is German for “nest”. Accordingly, when the family goes to work, Arya usually gets their used clothes and makes a ‘nest’ out of it and sleeps on it until they arrive home. They added “camp” because they loved camping out.
Thus, the resthouse is deemed a place to relax and find solace to recharge. Camp Aryahorst is their comfort zone, a place for exclusive friends to wind and dine, away from the sham and drudgery of the world where they can breathe fresh air and enjoy each others company in a cool climate.
The place is located at 1,200 meters above sea level, thus having a cooler weather with a majestic view of both Mt. Balatukan and Mt Lumot.
The resthouse has four rooms, of which three of these rooms can accomodate 4 people each while the one big room is good for 6 people.
It has a big lounge in the mezzanine overlooking the road and a great view of the surrounding mountain ranges.
Many travelers including bikers have already dropped by the resthouse thinking if it is already open to the public. It is a perfect stopover along Route 955 since it is right at the boundary between Claveria and Gingoog City.
A mere walking distance from the resthouse is a running freshwater with a waterfall, a cool dip is very inviting…
Meanwhile, Cafe 387, a coffeeshop will be opening soon at Camp Aryahorst. This will be a good stopover for coffee break. Interior works are already ongoing. See below.
Keep posted for the opening.