The Balian treehouse is only a 3 minute walk away from the beach. From the veranda you can watch the sunrise in the morning, and enjoy the view of our beautiful garden (900m2) with pool. (when fully booked also see https://airbnb.com/rooms/4875630 its called The funky glasshouse).
“Made’s Tree House was an incredible place to spend our first nights in Bali. He set us up with airport transfer that was there as we arrived. During the 2.5-3 hour drive from Denpasar, Gusti told us about things to do, eat, and see in Balian. Check in was easy, and we were exited to see that there was a water purifier in the room for our use. The house and surrounding area were clean, and the landscaping was immaculate. We ate at Tekor Bali, Casa Balian Cafe, Toms Garden Cafe, Secret Bay, and a small warung on the left side of the road on the way into Balian Beach. We enjoyed the Warung for lunch, but Secret Bay was a bit disappointing. Do take the walk down to watch the sunset there though! Overall, Made’s place is quiet and laid back. Just the right atmosphere to recover from jet lag and enjoy your first few days in Bali. We cannot recommend it enough.”
Awesome NEW beach villa on the beach. Amazing reviews! Panoramic Ocean Views, Coconut tress, Come and relax in the real Bali. This is a modern designer house, perfect for a couple or two couples who just want to really relax to the sound of the waves and ocean breeze. Restaurants close. Surf Balian right out front!! The staff will look after your every need! In house massage and cooking is all easily arranged each day, however you feel. Massage therapist on request and great reviews!
“We really enjoyed our stay at Peter’s Villa. This is for those looking for the chill vibe. It’s remote, but the pictures are accurate. Ketut and Deppi came each morning to cook and clean. They were kind and good company, helpful and were great with our breakfast each day. We’d recommend the Balian Surf Camp (for other meals or just a Bintang and a view), - a short walk down the back yard and in front of the beach - dont be afraid of the look, the food was fantastic. On the other side of the river there is more amenities, but more crowd as well. We didn’t venture through the river, but saw plenty of other people do it. We caught a lift over for lunch one day and to get some supplies from the mini mart on another. There is plenty of options for delivery of food to the Villa, so if you dont cook that’s not an issue. For those who love Dogs, we became pseudo owners of a few, who knew opportune times to turn up and one who basically adopted us - Tiger - tell him we said “Hi” if you see him. For those not really into dogs - they are very well behaved and appear to have a good radar to keep away from those who are not interested in having them around. The sound of the waves crashing and Cow bells tinkling were the main sounds during our stay. If one of you is a surfer, then you’ll be in good company. If this is your sort of thing, you won’t regret it.”
The villa sits in an elevated postion in one of the last remaining untouched parts of the island.
“we knew this villa would be amazing but we were in total awe with everything. the view is absolutely amazing as you can see from the pictures. on a side note there are 2 or 3 villas so the pool might be slightly different than what it shows in the picture. The villa we stayed in the pool was horizontally to the villa. Still just as beautiful though. I also had read that they can arrange meals for you but I didn't realize it would be having your own chef in your villa and having the dishes the done for you as well. We originally planned to go out and do some extra activities but decided to cancel so we could spend some more time at this beautiful villa. We also had a masseuse come to our villa were we got a Balinese massage on the patio. (you can chose where). If you have any questions at all while staying there they give you a phone with their contact info in it and they answer right away. As they tell you in notes about the villa it is somewhat difficult to find but that is just because Bali doesn't have addresses like we do in the US. The roads are paved and had no issue riding on it with our scooters. Again its just learning to navigate around Bali. The roads are very narrow and cars do come down them every once in a while. Thank you so much for such a great experience! OH almost forgot to mention our friends that were with us got engaged on our last morning here. yeah, its that special! Amanda, Chris, Brian, Becca”