Sradha Villa with a Joglo style in Penestanan Village, Peaceful and quiet around 300m from the main road Small private pool Bedroom with AC Gazebo Fish Pond Green and flowering plants Outdoor sitting and dining area on the porch/Veranda Beautiful Garden Cleaning Options Can fix Tours/cars
“This is the best accommodation I rented on airbnb. You seem to live in a museum)) Pros: 1) the details of decoration, the traditional Balinese style of the villa, carved wooden facade, etc. are perfectly matched; 2) your own garden, where there is no one except you. There are even koi carps in the pond; 3) on the territory there is a completely separate pool in which flowers fall from trees in the garden. It is all very beautiful and romantic. The pool is hidden from the street and neighbors, because there you can at least swim naked, complete privacy; 4) the hostess took care of us and left us a telephone set with numbers dialed to the phones of different delivery services. We ordered food from the nearest varunga home when it was raining and we did not want to hint. Cons (which turned out to be pluses upon closer examination): 1) the villa is far from the road that cars can drive along. That is, access to it is possible only on a moped. At first it bothered us (because the taxi could not get to the villa), but then we realized that such inaccessibility makes the villa quieter and more detached. The nearest place that a car can drive to is Gajah Biru villa, further only on a moped or on foot; 2) 40 minutes to the center of Ubud on foot. This was not a problem for us, we like to walk. Plus I liked the center of Ubud less than our secluded corner, there are more noisy and a lot of mopeds; 3) a little "shabby" bath. But then we found an outdoor shower and completely forgot about this bath. Within walking distance there are cafes and shops, not far from the beginning of the Artists Trail. All in all, I recommend this accommodation, we liked it”
Lie back in a rose-petal strewn free-standing tub made for 2 before a dip in the fountain-fed pool. The tropical garden overlooks palm trees and the hosts' family rice field. Inside, traditional accents meet latterday luxuries like rain showers.
“Let's start with the host: Kadek is the nicest person! He was there whenever we needed something and helped us with every request and problem we had. The villa itself is gorgeous. It has everything we needed, it's close to Ubud market, tasty restaurants, markets and most of Ubud well known spots. We also could rent scooter. In general, we felt like home and definitely recommend to stay in the villa!”
This loft-style, private villa has been named as one of the coolest Airbnb spots in Bali by The Culture Trip, Qantas Travel Insider, and also featured on Airbnb's official Instagram account. Stay here and experience the gorgeous view of rice terraces, Batukaru volcano, and tropical jungle, beautiful designer villa with 6m-high ceiling, open-plan living, a home-spa area, and a picturesque infinity pool. Set in an authentic village away from the hustle & bustle of Ubud's busy downtown. Enjoy!
“As everyone has stated it’s a beautiful, very instagram-able house! And the host, Mr Dodik, is awesome. He’s very responsive and attentive. A few things to consider that I think we missed when we decided to stay here... the house is a quick walk from where the car can drop you off (not a huge deal but not great in the rain); there are lizards in the house (that make noise at night and sometime leave little presents on the floor in the morning); and the smoke from the rice fields can get thick depending on the direction of the wind (not a big deal for us but could be if someone has respiratory issues). And it’s well advertised but the house only has A/C in the bedrooms. During the day, we did feel like the home was pretty hot and a bit uncomfortable (even with all the doors open and fans on). Bottom line, it’s a beautiful home in a very unique location. And if the aforementioned things wouldn’t bother you, this place is worth it!”