5 things to LOVE about Timberland Sports and Nature Club

Timberland Sports and Nature Club

Jump-start your journey to tranquility and celebrate the best moments with the destination’s blend of unparalleled natural indulgences, modern facilities, adventure conveniences, and trademarked Filipino hospitality.

Your destination is the first professionally managed tourism estate in the Province of San Mateo, Rizal that sits on a height that offers the unsurpassed view of the Metro Manila skyline, Sierra Madre mountain ranges, and the relaxing sight of Laguna de Bay.

Amidst verdant rolling hills and picturesque mountain ranges, Timberland Sports and Nature Club is your exclusive mountain resort – a natural playground and refreshing family getaway that’s so close to home. Relish this ultimate country club experience just 15 minutes away from Batasan Pambansa in Quezon City.

Here are the 5 things to LOVE about Timberland Sports and Nature Club:

1. Highly Appointed Facilities

image from TSNC

Timberland Sports and Nature Club is a HAVEN for sports enthusiasts. Accessible to members and non members*, sweating and relaxing has never been this fun and exciting!

✓ Gym


✓ Sauna


✓ Jacuzzi


✓ Rock Wall


✓ Steam Room


image from TSNC

✓ Billiards Hall


✓ Racket Sports


✓ Swimming Pool


✓ Bliss Garden Spa


image from TSNC

✓ Multi-purpose Court

* non members can only access facilities if they are: hotel guests at The Leaf, or endorsed in advance by club members.


2. Fresh & Flavorful Food

Every guest at Timberland Sports and Nature Club will be treated to authentic and freshly cooked specialties that are sure to leave a lasting and sumptuous mark on their taste buds. Whether its breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, or dinner, kids and adults of all ages will have great eclectic choices.

Our group gathered at The Ridge Cafe to try out some of these specialties, and boy, everything was fantastic. From plating, serving size, different textures, temperature and overall taste, they were all on point.

Adobo Flakes Fried Rice – ₱228
Pinakbet Con Bagnet – ₱338
Inihaw na Liempo – ₱308
Batangas Bulalo – ₱498
Binusog na Pusit – ₱378
Flourless Chocolate Cake ala Mode – ₱178 (price is for cake only)

I couldn’t remember any lows from the dishes and viands served, so that’s a huge factor. I also liked their house-blend iced tea – t’was not too sweet, not too light, just the perfect blend for a refreshing zesty finish.


3. Comfort at The Leaf

Timberland Sports and Nature Club now welcomes guests/non-members to stay in their exclusive property by booking a room at The Leaf.

Located in a separate building (bridge under construction as of writing), guests won’t have issues with access, because a golf cart is always available to transport guests to and fro The Leaf.

I stayed in a Deluxe Room on the second floor (elevators are available), while my friends stayed in a room on the third floor. Rooms rates are for two adults and two children. But if there’s extra pax in your group, you can always request for an extra bed. I tried requesting for extra pillows for two guests, but I was only given one. I was told by their staff that they only allow one extra pillow per booked room.

The bed I slept in was very comfortable, bedding and sheets were clean, and pillows were fluffy. It’s the kind of bed quality you wouldn’t want to get out of. Perhaps some breakfast or coffee in bed?

The bathroom was spacious and equipped with modern fixtures, Eco-friendly amenities, rain-shower shower head + regular shower head, hot and cold water, bidet, hair dryer, and strong water pressure.

BOOK YOUR STAYCATION NOW!


4. Premium Location

Have you ever been to a place far from the hustle and bustle of the big city, where every breath you take, you only get the freshest and cleanest air, where the view of the metropolitan skyline and cars light up like fireflies, where every sunset brings joy, and where adventure never stops?

At Timberland Sports and Nature Club, you will get all of that and more. Located just 20km from EDSA Cubao, travelling to this haven is an adventure by itself, passing by historical/important landmarks, adventure trails, biker cafe’s, and so much more.

view from our room (balcony) at the leaf

And since the location of Timberland Sports and Nature Club / The Leaf is up the hills, in an exclusive township, you’ll have a very very good night sleep free from city, vehicular, or any kind of external noise that could disturb you and your family from resting well. I know I slept like a baby =)


5. Master-planned by Filinvest Land

image from timberlandclub.com

Timberland Sports and Nature Club is the first professionally managed tourism estate in the Province of San Mateo, Rizal that sits on a height that offers the unsurpassed view of the Metro Manila skyline, Sierra Madre mountain ranges, and the relaxing sight of Laguna de Bay.

image from timberlandclub.com

Strategically located in the heart of Timberland Heights, a 677 hectare master planned premiere township of Filinvest Land, the club is a tranquil hideaway for leisure and recreation, haven for adventure, a hub for corporate functions, and a serene sanctuary for every celebration.

Truly, a destination escape where business, leisure, and adventure sway perfectly.

BOOK YOUR STAYCATION NOW!


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