This grass hut is down a quiet foot path nestled in the rice fields and only a five minute walk to central Ubud. The front porch has an endless view of rice-fields all the way down to the sea.
Grass roof above a fish pond with a giant Ganesha statue and tremendous views.
Guest can access caretakers kitchen and living space and given a light breakfast.
You are welcome to fresh goats milk and organic veggies from the neighboring organic garden and can enjoy hikes on the many trails that border the property.
Interaction with Guests
We check in with guests daily and are helpful in navigating your stay in Ubud.
This is a hidden spot literally just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Ubud with its restaurants and shops but it feels lost in the country. Next door feel free to see how traditional coconut soap is made.
You can walk to town in five minutes or we are happy to rent you a scooter or arrange a driver for longer excursions.
Other Things to Note
There is a fan as well as shared bathroom, kitchen and living space.
Respect everything and enjoy the space, be friendly to the neighbors and ask if you are not sure. No smoking is allowed in the house.
What an incredible 3 day experiencefirst time in Bali. Rainy and her team Wayan and Kutu and everyone made for a beautiful, enrichingly memorable experience. From the morning breakfest, chats, morning run through the rice fields, couldn't ask for any more of an incredible back drop. Go and challenge yourself- bali and this lombong is the way to go... It's back to basics, mosquito net, warm nights, sweet sounds of nature, and the alarm clock of roosters, cats and construction :-)... But it's simply magical- and if you're lucky you may even get a ride around town in a motorbike singing Bollywood songs and learning some Bahasa...
A nice quite place to stay, but a bit difficult to find. Wayan is so helpful, he helped us get a rental bike. Not so far from central of ubud. Be careful to who want to explore ubud in the night, there is no light in the little path to wayan's house. There are 3 dogs that will bark aggressively on you when you come for the first time, but don't worry they are absolutely fine. Don't forget to use anti mosquito lotion at night. Breakfast is DELICIOUS, we had sweet crepe with sliced apple and yoghurt. I really love the place and staffs, sure will be back next time. Thanks wayan
Great place to stay. Off the beaten track and we found it hard to find but well worth it after we got there... Just make sure you check the instructions on how to get there before your stay. Host was lovely and welcoming. Breakfast each morning was good and the surrounding of this property are amazing... Make sure you venture out for a stroll through the rice fields!
Rainy was a lovely host - very helpful and friendly. I loved the room; it was clean, cozy, quiet and had a beautiful view directly out into the rice fields. One thing that should be emphasized is how tricky it can be to find without calling ahead. I got the driver of my taxi to call and arrange someone to meet me. Otherwise, it would have taken me forever to find the place! But once I found it, that aspect seemed to add an alluring quality to the place... like a secret!
Overall, it's a great spot. I only wish I would have snagged it for longer! Books up fast - even in the off season.
You should definitely stay here!
-Beautiful location, very scenic! Off the beaten trail.
-Falling asleep to the sounds of frogs and laughing geckos.
-Katut! If anything go to this place just to hang out with Katut! He is the sweetest soul (and tip him!).
-Great, calming shower and hang out area.
Not necessarily cons but...
- This space is definitely sacred and is shared with a family who lives right next door. My friends and I often liked to stay up until midnight just chatting, quietly I promise as we don't party, but this felt a bit unwelcomed by Rainy. Understandably as she has a young son. So, given this, this is not your place if you wish to do anything but go to sleep early and relax. If this is what you want to do- go here!!
-Rainy is a bit moody. I asked her if she had a hair dryer after a storm and she answered "I'm not that type of girl sorry". I'm not sure what type of girl she was referring to? A girl that likes dry hair? Anyways, I just found it to be uncalled for. There were similar interactions throughout our stay. Again, not a huge deal but it was part of our experience.
- Wifi isn't so strong- maybe not a bad thing ;)
- 10 minute walk to town, also not a bad thing.
Beautiful place and location. Wayan the caretaker and Rainy were very friendly and helpful during my stay. The cat and dogs who pops in and out of the house are really nice too. There are no fans, but it is quite cooling there at night, we kept one door open each night for ventilation. Remember to bring a torch along if you're staying there so that you can find your way back at night through the dark roads.
Rainy (not sure of her name spelling) was Awesome - VERY helpful and informative - the house was basic as expected and looks pretty much like the photo - the location by the Rice Fields out of Town was Divine Rainy helped us set up a motor cycle and get oriented - the Breakfast was Awesome and staff very nice - bonus soap making operation right next store for your souvenirs :) - Highly Recommend for your first nights in Bali to get oriented - Rainy also manages two other accommodations if you want to "step it up" to her Tree House or Honeymoon suite - they were both adorable :)
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