About this listing
Wonderful full service breakfast included, daily cleaning, air con and wifi. Stay in the most exciting area of Ubud. Close to all amenities. Live like the Balinese!
Bungalow Jepun is a jewel set in the center of a quiet lush garden filled with the sounds of falling water, exotic birds and the bark of geckos.
A short walk along a narrow path about 200 meters from the main road takes you away from the sounds of cars and motorbikes and into the our compound .
Villa Semua Suka, which means "everybody likes' and Bungalow Jepun are contained within the same walled compound and lush gardens .
The Bungalow has one queen-size bedroom, and one large bathroom with both an indoor shower and an outdoor shower and bathtub.
The outdoor veranda, swimming pool, gazebo and garden are all part of your living area.
It was completed two years ago to Western standards with a Balinese aesthetic, and was built on the lower level of a former rice field. It has a fish pond and small waterfall, its own garden, outdoor loungers, umbrella, a small veranda with a table and 2 chairs and another comfortable chair for relaxing.
Bungalow Jepun also has air conditioning, a flat screen TV and DVD player, iPod player, refrigerator and small daybed, as well as wireless internet throughout the grounds. Your stay at Bungalow Jepun includes a gourmet breakfast featuring our own house-made bread and jams, fresh fruit, choice of eggs, pancakes, and local specialties, plus great Balinese coffee!
You'll be well taken care of by our staff Made’ Pia and Made’ Ratna.
Made' can also help with arrangements for day trips, rafting, downhill biking, cooking classes, etc.
Bungalow Jepun is set in the in a small community where ex-pats, and locals live side by side for . Less than a 5 minute walk down the path is an excellent Yoga studio, 6 small restaurants, a couple od Spas and a large supermarket.
You have in Bungalow Jepun, the authenticity of the village of Penestanan and the yet the convenience of being just a 15 minute walk from the town of Ubud, where you can find many excellent restaurants, museums, galleries and shopping fun!
Our guests have access to the swimming pool, garden grounds, a relaxing gazebo and the services of our staff.
Interaction with Guests
We are often at home in Bali, and when we are....interact extensively with our guests who often become like members of our family.
Milo our pug is here when we are to entertain our guests as well.
The neighborhood is very convenient to everything in Ubud and is a microcosm of the best that Bali has to offer. A walk out to the rice fields will enable you to experience the daily life of the farmers in this agricultural community. Watch the ducks as they clean the rice fields and get them ready for a new crop; see locals washing their laundry in the streams; visit with local artisans in their homes and really get a sense of what Bali is all about!
There are cars and drivers that can be rented along the main road for trips into Ubud.
We also have a driver that can take you touring anywhere in Bali.
Some of our guests have opted to rent motor bikes or push bikes and that's something that we're able to arrange on their behalf.
We ask that you arrive before 4:00 pm as that is when Made' leaves for the day. If this is impossible we will need to make special arrangements.
My husband and I have been traveling to Bali for many years, and have owned Villa Sunrise, a house on the north shore since 2004.
Last year, when we retired, we realized that we could enjoy a much better life on the island of Bali, than we could in the United States.
So... we decided to move to Bali full time and build a home near Ubud, the cultural heart of the island. We started building in Oct of 2010...and lo and behold!, were finished 6 months later. Everyone (including ourselves) was amazed at how quickly we had completed our project.
We now have 4 houses in Penestanan Ubud and another in Tejakula on the north shore. All of them are for rent...and when everything is full...we travel off to other lands.
We have put a lot of care and attention into building our houses and making them as comfortable as possible, while retaining a Balinese aesthetic. Our hope is that others will appreciate them and feel the same way that we do.