Anda is a long way and expensive taxi ride, unless you take public transport.
We stayed at two resorts, this was much the better, properly constructed buildings, a beautiful swimming pool with adjacent tiled areas. Our room was fine, spacious, and reasonably comfortable with a fantastic view from the front door and over the Bohol sea.
We ate in the restaurant, which was nice, the service friendly and efficient, and the food pretty good.
The beach is great, white fine sand, but you can’t really swim there due to rocks with sea urchins and masses of seaweed. Now seaweed is seasonal of course, and it is possible to swim at high tide when there is strip between the beach and rocks.
We didn’t venture out to find local bars and restaurants, but when arriving by taxi we didn’t notice any other than Filipino style. There is also a long bump unmade road from the highway down to the resort.