Yoga Specials - see bottom for details.
Big discounts (free!) available to anyone interested in helping out with a web/mobile start-up project. Contribution and compensation can be discussed depending on how long you want to stay and how involved you would like to be. Programmers / software engineers / web developers / UI-UX designers / SEO or Adsense specialists all welcome.
Beautiful house in Ubud, Bali. Two bedrooms each with air con, DVD, en-suite, hot shower, king bed. Nice big pool shared with the house next door: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/267670
Daily cleaning staff mon-sat.
Nice fast wifi (fast for Bali, not western speed).
Located near the T-Houses at the south end of Ubud. Close to Yoga Barn and Indian Delites Restaurant and Taco Casa Restaurant (the best Mexican food in Bali).
Large private bathroom for each bedroom.
If you need a single room or up to six bedrooms together then see my other listing (same title).
I can arrange for the rental of a car ($20/day), scooter ($4/day) or have local sim card here for you. Any of these can be ready and waiting when you arrive.
Sorry for the $100 security deposit on short term stays - Airbnb does not allow this to be less than $100. So far there has never been an issue where the deposit has not been returned.
Special rates available if you are coming for the Emily Kuser's High Vibe Yoga Immersion or Teacher Training.
Rooms available for $10/night to anyone coming for these events.
If you are yoga obsessed and would be willing to write some reviews about your favorite yoga experiences around the world (teachers, studios, retreats, trainings etc) then I can definitely work a special deal for you.
Denton's property is just beautiful and has lots and lots of potential to be a really great place for shorter, or better, longer-term stays in Ubud. The pool is great, wifi is (usually) pretty strong, the rooms are comfortable enough, and Denton is kind, helpful, and responsive to his guests' needs. Unfortunately, however, the property suffers from a general lack of care and maintenance: damp walls, rusty taps, musty odors, lights not working in places, kitchens really (really) in need of cleaning. The little family of cats there gave us much joy, but they were also a messy, needy lot :) We were not expecting welcome drinks, but a few shelves or hooks in the bathrooms would have helped, or even a printed page explaining where to find things, or just a touch or two to make the place feel like it was more than a shell in which to crash. That said, it's safe and good value for the price, if you're equipped with a phone or can use scooters to get around (it's a bit away from town, not easy to walk back to esp. when it's dark out). Nothing beats waking up to the cool quiet of a Bali morning, interrupted only by roosters cockadoodle-dooing their hearts out.