Nyumpené is located in a quiet neighborhood on the outskirts of Legian, 6km from the airport and only a few minutes' walk to the beach. It was designed to house 6 people, with 3 generous bedroom/living areas (AC).
High quality construction: windows and doors are made of hardwood • Stainless steel fittings • The property is completely surrounded by walls which are covered in colorful plants on the inside • Beautiful garden with large lawn and a big mango tree • Guest kitchen with gas stove, microwave and refrigerator • 20 m² fully equipped kitchen • 70 m² open dining and living area with TV and video • Wireless internet • Separate: Air-conditioned guest house with hot water bathroom, pantry and terrace • Washing machine • 200 meter walk to the main road • Only a few minutes' walk to the beach • Restaurants, corner stores, post office and pharmacy in the vicinity • Large range of food offer, including delivery services
You can use the separate air-conditioned office with computer, printer, fax machine and we have a large carport in the courtyard right in front of the villa.
Our names are Ellen and Uwe Siegfriedsen and we come from North Friesland (Nordfriesland) Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. You may ask how do two North Fresians end up in Bali, well that’s a long story: Thailand, Malaysia, India, The Philippines and Indonesia – all magical countries through which I (Uwe) travelled. In 1984 I finally came to rest in the place that I found the most beautiful and that was Bali. Where else in this world can you find so much to impress within such a small space? A climate like in paradise, unbelievably luscious vegetation, tropical sea with approx. 400 km of beaches and cliff coast, volcanoes, mountains, rice fields, temples, culture… and such lovely people.
At that time as a connoisseur of Bali I established a little travel agency alongside my professional activities in Germany. Many guests have been able to realise their dream holiday on Bali and the neighbouring islands.
In my capacity as interior designer I simultaneously made use of the exceptionally good opportunity of building dream houses. Houses for my family, our friends and for people who prefer individual solutions rather than high-rise dormitory hotels. In 1993 as a sort of "pioneer" I established the hotel Alam Anda on the northern coast. Later the villas Nyumpené, Kura Kura, Ambu Ambu and Lumba Lumba were added. Very many dear and lovely guests have spent a wonderful holiday here.
After transfering the Hotel Alam Anda on 1st April, 2006 we still remain in charge of both the villas Nyumpené and Kura Kura.