Unique, two story villa, built in old Balinese style, upstairs bedroom open plan with fan and romantic mosquito nett poster bed with terrific views over the grounds, with a great pavilion sitting area (low table, cushions). MIni bar, phone, safe
Unique, two story space, built in old Balinese style, upstairs bedroom open plan with fan and romantic mosquito nett poster bed with terrific views over the grounds, with a great pavilion sitting area (low table, cushions). Lots of wood in this villa, very nature oriented feel
Gardens, 25m lap pool, breakfast pavilion, spa on the river, parking.
This is a really nice spot to stay for a relaxing holiday. It is close to UBud and we were able to walk to town one day but generally you need a taxi which is quite cheap to hire. The accomodation is very nice and although there are a number of units on the site it is very private because of the layout and the foliage. The description of the accomodation was accurate, the staff were friendly and helpful and overall I could not fault anything. As a bonus we had a meal on our last day prepared by the staff and it was excellent and very reasonable. Overall I would recommend it to anyone looking to stay in a quiet part of of Ubud but not too far from the town itself.
Bima villa was amazing, easy walk into Ubud and the staff were all fantastic. The food at the villa is excellent and some of the best we ate during our stay.. Kadek and Komang were lovely and looked after us like we were regulars all throughout our stay. We will be back.
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This is the home of Dr Steve Wignall. As Steve travels constantly, he has enlisted his old friend, Ubud-based Indonesian photographer Rio Helmi ((website hidden)) to help out as your co-host, along with Komang and Kadek.
Komang and Kadek are from Ubud, and Rio has lived here nearly 40 years and has extensive knowledge of Bali having published numerous illustrated books on the island.
Steve is currently an advisor to the Clinton Health Access initiative,and is one of the leading experts on HIV in Indonesia who has been working on prevention and so forth here for decades. After graduating in the 60s and a 21 year stint as a US Navy doctor he began work in Indonesia. His experience and close relationship to Indonesia, from Papua to Sumatra, is reflected in his eclectic home set in extensive, rambling gardens featuring a 25 meter lap pool, plunge pools, a spa overlooking the river, garden pavilions, one of which is often used for Yoga retreats and other gatherings.
A sanctuary of peace and abundant natural beauty. There are nine unique suites on this beautiful garden estate which runs along a lush river valley/ravine, with a 25 meter lap pool and two shared pavilions. in Nyuhkuning, one of the most interesting hamlets in Ubud, noted for it's community civic awareness. It is home to Bumi Sehat Foundation run by famed midwife Robin Lim (CNN hero of the year) and also to the Bali Peduli foundation which focuses on HIV prevention, detection and friendly and accessible treatment. There are numerous small cafes and restaurants on the small road leading to Ubud's popular Monkey Forest which is a pleasant stroll away from the estate.
Please note that the entire estate is a no smoking area!