It is one of the only private villa compounds on the island that is sensitive to special needs with wheelchair access and wide garden pathways.
Celebrating Bali’s artistic heritage, the villa combines elements of local architecture with contemporar
1 bed rooms pool side Saba Garden Villa was conceived with the discerning traveler in mind as a haven to unwind and seek quality relaxation. It is one of the only private villa compounds on the island that is sensitive to special needs with wheelchair access and wide garden pathways.
Celebrating Bali’s artistic heritage, the villa combines elements of local architecture with contemporary flair. This has resulted in an aesthetically appealing setting of open-air living and dining areas that evoke feelings of restful calm.
Leisure time is focused around a generous infinity pool and an adjacent split-level pavilion that lends itself to long afternoon naps, replenishing massage treatments and cocktails served at sunset.
Saba Garden Villa also serves great food and different taste preference are taken care of with an innovative dining menu.
All the bedroom suites, measuring 6m x 5m (20ft x 16ft), are double aspect with direct access to sitting and dining areas.
All with - private verandas, air-conditioning, cool ceiling fans, 29inch televisions, dvd players, i-pod connections and full sound-around theater systems, 2 double wardrobes, Sarongs and spa-gowns, slippers and pool bags, and personal security boxes
1 - with king size bed - fitted with luxury mattresses
All fully equipped with luxury bath products and hair dryers
Main bathrooms with double vanitory units, showers and ceiling fans
Living and Dining Areas:
Each villa is equipped with its own spacious living and dining area which is open-side and cool, with magnificent vaulted ceilings
cool ceiling fans
sitting area and dining for 8 guests
quality music centre with i-pod connection
fully equipped "dry" serving kitchen with granite bar and work surfaces and fitted with fridge freezers, and mineral water dispensers
fully equipped "wet" preparing kitchen with stove, microwave, toaster and complete kitchen cutlery
private rear garden with pond and water feature
Pool and Bale:
Sparkling, clean 16m x 5m (55ft x 16ft) pool with bio-filter system and "friendly" for swimmers and non-swimmers alike
fully tiled in hand made natural stone
two spa water beds, invigorating and relaxing
shaded with fragrant frangipani trees and attractive "sail-shade"
illuminated for evening and night swim
Magnificent entertaining Bale, with loungers and music center with i-pod connection
upper floor with vaulted ceiling, equipped for massage and pampering
ideal for entertaining and enjoying sun downers
Study/library with good selection of reading books, cd's, dvd's and board games
telephone and internet service
This is the dominant feature of the villa complex, with half an acre of beautiful walled gardens, including fragrant flowers and trees, palms, ponds and water features, surrounded by cool green jungle.
Seasonal fruit and limited soft drinks throughout the day
. Special departure gift
. Free late check-out until 6:00pm, subject to villa availability
Interaction with Guests
If you stay in my villa , me or Wayan will always try to meet and explain you about Ubud and also help you to organize you trip in Bali. Most of the time Wayan will be available to do your tour in Bali for the reasonable price .
Our new hidden place such us the archaeological heritage a long and between the Pakerisan and Petanu river is the place that my guest should visit, as the government just launched those place as new destination, which means there will be less tourist than Ubud .
To get around Bali you can rent car with driver for USD $ 50-USD $ 60 /day including patrol, it is depending where and how far you would like to go or to rent USD $ 5 / motorbike, than you can really explore Bali. Please take note that you should not rent motorbikr if you not use to it, as if you hace accedent in Bali the ambulance system is not yet working well
Other Things to Note
Silent Day Rules...........
What happening on the 31th March.............
Bali's Day of Silence "Nyepi" 2014
Saka New Year 1936 of Hindus
Dear Valued guests,
The Balinese Hindus do not celebrate the coming of the new year of Saka calendar with lavish party; they celebrate it with meditation instead. No activities are allowed to take place. These mandatory religious prohibitions include no pleasure (amati lelangon), no traffic (amati lelungan), no fire (amati geni) and no work (amati karya).
This year, Nyepi Day falls on 31 March 2014.
On Nyepi Day, we will not be able to accept any check-in nor check-out throughout the day.
We notice that you will be staying with us during Nyepi Day, kindly be informed of the below situations during Nyepi Day:
The silence begins at 0:00 am of 31 March 2014 and will go on until the next 24 hours
All shops are closed on Nyepi Day
Guests has to stay inside the resort area
When listening to the music or watching TV in the villa, keep the sound at minimum level
There will be no traffic on that day in the whole Bali island
Ngurah Rai airport will be totally closed on 31 March 2014, so there will be neither arrival nor departure in the airport on that day. All connecting airports around the globe have been informed in advance about this.
Across Bali, the activities are allowed only in emergency rooms and maternity section of hospitals and the arrival section of airport. Any emergencies are taken into consideration and tolerated. The whole island is in silence.
However, operational activities and services in the resort will operate normally.
One day before Nyepi, Pengerupukan Day, there will be a nearest Ogoh-Ogoh parade performed by our neighboring Nagi villagers in the evening. Ogoh-Ogoh is the manifestation of a person, an object or anything that disturbs human lives. This parade is an exorcism ceremony at the main village crossroad, the meeting place of the demons. Beforehand, there will be a Perang Api (fire war) to start the parade with.
The Balinese are quite open and generally welcome visitors. You can enter most temples freely. Wear a sash around waist and preferably a Sarong.
Big temples can hire a sarong at the front gate but nice to have your own. You can buy a sarong in Ubud market.
Woman who are menstruating must wait out side the temple.
If you visit a holy spring like Pura Tirtha Empul and decided to try bathing, keep your cloth on and leave the shampoo behind. it is not a bath, but an immersion on holy water. for spiritual cleansing.
Expect to pay a small donation before entering a temple. This donations are put to good use and help with the upkeep of the grounds and the temple itself.....
Hi I am Putri and my husband Gusde has gradueted from Swiss Hotel Management School and has travelled around Europe, We are Balinese and we will be your Host while you are in Bali, we will share and explain about Balinese life and culture to all my guest. Aibnb is our favorite vacation home listing to get individual traveler to get direct contact to local and to help Balinese community base tourism, which this will help local to generate income to support, when there are ceremonies or activities in our (website hidden) you will explain and ask if you would like to participate it. So do not say that you visit Bali without staying with us....As local we know better about our culture than the others.