|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Located in idyllic north Bali, this breezy villa promises a memorable island escape for up to 6 guests.
The outdoor living room boasts a sofa that is the perfect perch for enjoying the surrounding environment as well as the amenities on offer including a CD Player, TV and WiFi.
The kitchen is equipped with every appliance needed, but don’t worry about cooking. The staff will prepare three meals a day for 12 Euros per person. You can enjoy your feasts at the dining table set for 10 which is located on your private balcony with a panoramic ocean view.
There are three spacious bedrooms, each with a double bed and an ensuite shower. Three spotless and shared, outside WCs are available in traditional Balinese style. Should you need more sleeping space, an extra bed can be added to every bedroom.
In addition to these great amenities, there is a 10x6 metre pool surrounded by sun loungers in a perfectly manicured garden. Relax in this plush space or explore the island community. Either way you are guaranteed a memorable holiday.
Air conditioning and mosquito nets are provided for your comfort. Linen, towels, end cleaning and the local tourist tax are all included in the rental fee. There is an on-staff driver for airport transfers and your daily needs.
On-site parking is available. Pets are welcome and smoking is allowed.
WE LOVE :
• The 10x6 metre pool complex
• The attentive staff
• The breezy terrace
With the beautiful Lovina Beach just 3 kilometres away, you can easily try a wide array of water sports in this divine Bali setting, including snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing. Activities on offer nearby also include traditional boat rides, hot springs and whitewater rafting.
Golfers can tee off at Bali Handara, just 18 kilometres away. You’ll also find bars, restaurants and a supermarket only 3 kilometres from your door.
While it might be tempting to stick around this gorgeous villa, do get out and explore Bali. A few activities worth a day trip include visiting the famous Ulu Danu or Tanah Lot temples, climbing Mt. Batur and taking a cooking course and visiting the Monkey Forest in Ubud. Don’t miss one of the frequent Hindu ceremonies or festivals that take place throughout the year.