"Rishi-House Ubud" has 3 bedrooms each with its own (email hidden) sits on 600 square meter land, Bordered by holiday villas and a river in front.
Comfortable clean rooms, good mattresses, Western bathroom, with Hot water shower, natural stone wash basin, big mirrors.
Rooms have doors to veranda, glas sliding doors... view to the garden !
A big veranda (good for Yoga), a spacious tropical garden. and a small river in front. Quiet location. Walking distance to shops and restaurants. Internet reception. parking. 3 bedrooms. separate entrance. Eco-timber- architecture.. perfect for Yoga travelers.
Neighborhood: Villas and gardens.
Surroundings: River in front. gardens to the side, villas for rent.
Time distances to places: 2 minutes to Restaurants ans hops. 5 minutes to big shopping mall ("Bintang") 10 min to "Monkey Forest Rd".
Check in time: Any time after 1. Check out: before 1 PM
I stayed at this house for a couple of nights, but in the end decided to stay in the centre of Ubud with my friends.
The house itself is simple and everything is there. Franks communication was good and so was that of their caretaker, who came and met me with my taxi driver and gave me the keys.
The house is quite out of the way, certainly not in any touristy area! It is also surrounded by other houses in a village, which is of course, normal for Bali. And there are chickens next door who make a bit of noise, but again, this is normal for Bali too!
The host was very helpful and tried to do his best to support us. We had exchanged a lot of emails before I decided to stay here. He was always quisk in response. He was kind enought to find me a maid and gave me a lot of information how to obtain organic food in Bali.
There were two houses at the same location. I used only one house with kitchen and a large livingroom as only the bed in larger house had a mosquitonet. The bed was large enough for me to sleep with two kids.
I loved the flowers in the garden. We enjoyed the outdoor living space with a couch. The couches inside the larger house under the windows were very useful and relaxing too.
The electricity, gas and internet were not included. You'd better ask him how to deal with these things when you arrive there.
You need a car or bike to go to Ubud. The village was very small and the local people were very kind. You can experience the real Balinese life if you make friends with them. We visited almost all houses in the village in one month!
Thank you Frank for your understanding and support. We will come back here again!