Private villa with swimming pool in Ubud Bali and surrounded by lush tropical garden.The living area is an open-concept room, which makes it very cooling and breezy during the day. Located in quiet Mas area of wood carving village and we provide free shuttle to the center of Ubud only 10 minutes from our Villa. Breakfast is include and we also provide airport pick up service for extra service. We will always make sure you have memorable holiday in Bali.
Private villa with swimming pool in Ubud Bali and surrounded by lush tropical garden. we located only 60 minutes from Bali International airport and only 10 minutes from Ubud the best city in Asia. We provide your personal assistance and driver to drive you to Ubud and back at any time.
Garden villa with pool.
The villa is surrounded by vibrant tropical gardens, coconut palms and local green plantation.
The villas are furnished with antique bed, double bed mattress(160 x 200 cm) .
Size of room
All villas are fifty (150) square meters in size including terrace.
all rooms have en suite bathrooms with bath tub with over head shower and hand shower, air conditioning, color satellite television, telephone, electronic safe, tea / coffee facilities, hairdryer, terrace, dining room and kitchen.
* Double bed
* Bedside table
* Writing desk
* Tea / coffee maker
* Electronic safe
* Hair dryer
* wash basin
* Swimming pool
* Sofa / day bed
* Dinning room
Special benefits on staying on villa
* Fresh and Healthy welcome drink on arrival
* Balinese flower arrangement
* Breakfast served in villa or in our restaurant.
* Complimentary bottle of water in the room and at pool
* Free shuttle service around Ubud
Free shuttle to Ubud and return to villa;
Depart to Ubud
Depart from Ubud
If you have any other inquiries about Bali and Ubud, please feel free to email me, as I am Balinese and know more about Bali. I will try help all my guest to explain about our island and our culture.
Swimming pool is private also the dining room and kitchen. The guest only share shuttle to and back from Ubud
Interaction with guests
Me or Wayan will always there to help you to arrange shuttle or we can talk about your plan during breakfast.
Other things to note
Silent Day Rules...........
What happening on the 28th March.............
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 28 March 2017
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.....
Free shuttle to Ubud and return to your cottage:
Depart to Ubud
Depart from Ubud
If you miss your shuttle, than you will pay IDR 50.000 to drop you back home or to the town.
We will not provided free shuttle on your check out day.
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Hi i'm Ida Bagus and I am Balinese, I have studied in Switzerland and traveled a lot in Europe .Airbnb concepts is my favorite one because you can help guest to get in contact with local and see real Bali, so when you visit Bali you must meet local or Balinese and I will always come to make sure to you have wonderful holiday in Ubud. Me, my wife or Wayan will always there for breakfast and planning your trip each day, also explaining about Balinese culture and nice place to visit. Since we have registered on Aibnb in 2011, we have built more rooms and now we have 14 rooms to rent, so please check our other listing, when the room that you interest is booked Welcome to Balinese hospitality