As of this writing, there's only one resort in Tambobong: Matabang Beach Resort. If you're coming in from Dasol, it's the first establishment to your left as you enter the beach road. If you're taking the Burgos route, then it's at the end.
Since Tambobong is not developed, you can either choose to stay in Matabang or stay in one of the houses in the barrio. I've heard there are some residents who open up their homes for guests. Matabang Beach Resort is owned by a very friendly retired couple.
The accommodations here are very basic, as you can see on their website. There are open air cottages for picnics or for day trips. I highly recommend you stay overnight though, since Caiman Cove (the entire area) has a lot to offer.
There's also a fishing pond at the back of the resort, that makes the ambience of the place more relaxing and soothing. With towering rocks and coconut trees as backdrops, the pond has a fresh water fishes that you can cook.
Truly, Tambobong is a gem in Pangasinan. I haven't stopped raving about this place ever since I arrived in Manila. I asked the locals there if there were still lots available, but they said most of the ones for sale are inland where the meadows are.
Matabang has a beach front, and just 10 meters from its gates, the sea meets the sand. It's a nice place to swim in the late afternoon, when the sun is not as harsh, and when the sun begins to set. The place is quiet, though you can see a lot of people.
So, with that, how do you get to Tambobong? Well, Tambobong is located in the town of Dasol in Pangasinan. The best way to go here is via the Alaminos - Mabini Route. In Alaminos, turn right going to Mabini (there's a short diversion road and a sign to guide you). From there, it's straight to the town of Burgos. In Burgos, ask around on how to go to Tambobong via the rough road. It seems difficult to go, and I couldn't even remember the turns. So, just ask around. You can also go straight to Dasol, which is after Burgos and take another rough road to Tambobong. Just ask where the turn is in Dasol, but from what I remember, it's on the curve before the bridge after you enter the sign post of Dasol. Both rough roads will set you back an hour of travel, totaling the entire journey from Manila at 5 hours average.
But believe me, it's worth it.