Beautiful tranquil home near surf!

House - Entire home/apt · Mengwi, Bali 80351, Indonesia

Beautifully appointed 2 bedroom, ideal set-up for 2 couples or a family. Kids room can sleep 4 comfortably. Relaxing village environment, close to beach and lots of new eateries in the Canggu area.

Your host, Tricia
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Beautifully appointed 2 bedroom, ideal set-up for 2 couples or a family. Kids room can sleep 4 comfortably. Relaxing village environment, close to beach and lots of new eateries in the Canggu area.

The Space

This is a beautiful new house recently built in 2012 year designed by Diastana Architects. The main space is a 120 year old teak wood structure from Java.
The place is beautiful with lovely ambience in a quiet village. There is a large garden.

You have full access to the kitchen and living area. Breakfast can be available. We have a maid that comes in everyday. It's quiet and relaxing here. You can walk to the beach for beautiful sunsets and surf. You can trek through the rice paddies, and there is a small stream across the street you can walk down to.

You can expect comfort, privacy, serenity. I am making my home to travelers whilst I travel. I am open to home exchanges also.

We are located 4 km from the famous surf beaches of Canggu. Super chill and quiet here in a local village, and close to lots of cute new eateries.

20 minutes from Seminyak, 45 minutes from Ubud and airport. The taxi stand is around the corner. We can answer all your questions to make your stay memorable.

I can help you to rent a scooter, motorbike, or car & driver.

Guest Access

Full house.

Interaction with Guests

Happy to assist with recommendations.

The Neighborhood

Quiet local village, get a feel of the real Balinese lifestyle.

Getting around

Taxi's around the corner. You can rent a scooter for IDR40,000 per day. My driver can be available but doesn't speak English well.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Accommodates: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5
Beds: 3
Extra people: No Charge
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $769 /week
Security Deposit: $250
Check In: 12:00 PM (noon)
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Cancellation: Strict
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)
  • Dear possible guests of the villa in Chaggu, Bali, we want to give you some useful information about this place of stay. We were visiting the island for the first time and of course didn’t know where it’s better to live. For those who are in the same situation. This villa is a perfect place to stay at: -if you want to live far from touristic place but very deeply in the usual place of living of the locals. It’s a small village in the middle of nowhere. Nearby is the temple, there are usual sounds of cows, forest and wild insects (website hidden) a chance to have a rest from our big cities, roads and city noise! -if you don’t need all-inclusive services and don’t want anybody of the tourists/servicemen to disturb you! Enjoy urself, feel like you have always been living there -if you like a road and 15 minutes by car to the beach is not disturbing at all! And it's worth doing just not to live with tourists nearby! -if you are good at surfing and you need good waves. Nearby is only Echo beach with big waves and no facilities for usual beach rest. -if you want to spend calm time on the villa, enjoying nature without a need to go to the town each day! May be, you won’t choose this place - If you want to have a beach nearby with on foot access. - If you don’t want to do surfing but need a beach resting. To get to more or less convenient beach for such type of holidays (in Seminyak) will take you at least 40 minutes one-way in traffic jams) But have you come that far away just for beach holiday?I think it's better to use this chance and try true surfing. - If you are not friendly with pets. A dog and a cat living on the villa will almost eat with you from the same plate! But you again feel close to nature;) - If you need service each day. Even towels were never changed during 1-week stay on villa. But believe, you will not understand what Bali is if you live in 5* hotel in Nusa Dua or Jimbaran. - If you can’t imagine how is it to take a shower below sky, especially during heavy rain. But you will never forget this close-to-nature experience. - If you need infrastructure (shops, cafes, clubs etc). the way to Seminyak and Kuta is too tiring because of traffic jams + you will pay too much money for the taxi that will exceed winning in the cost of this villa. But all advantages may in some cases overweigh disadvantages.. Thank you to the owner Tricia, her assistant Dia, maid and driver Ketut who did their best to help us though it was a period of Indonesian holidays, of celebrating New Year and very heavy rain period! We will never forget famous Balinese smile, your relaxing and calm attitude to life...

    January 2014
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School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, New York, Parsons School of Design, Paris
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I am a from NYC, living in Bali since 1997. Suffice to say, I know Bali and its environs pretty well. Having grown up in NY, I am used to interacting with people from all walks of life and backgrounds. The expat scene is quite diverse and vibrant in Bali. I have been a jewelry designer for a verrry long time and my office is at home. I live quietly in a serene and beautiful environment, but I do know a lot of people here and occasionally like to go out and kick up my heels. I have an extra room which I am happy to share with visitors. My house is newly built last year and designed by Diastana Architects. The main building is a 120-year-old structure from Java, and the rest of the house is modern. My son will most likely staying with his Dad if you are visiting. Some of the best surfing in the world is up the road. I like to walk my dogs to the beach or practise yoga at the beautiful Desa Seni Resort. I love traveling and have been all around SE Asia, parts of EU and USA. On my short list is Morocco, Turkey, Brazil, Egypt, Irian Jaya.... it goes on. If you have not been to Bali before, I am happy to help you figure it all out.
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