It is a one bedroom villa located in a Balinese compund. It has Air Conditioning, hot water, a private pool, sharing pool, kitchenette, and WiFi available. Daily breakfast, cleaning, and afternoon tea are included.
“Floating breakfast at 100,000 won villa (even good, add 100k) And pick up drop service three times a day I think two of them are the biggest advantage The hospitality atmosphere is also very good, and the welcome drink is put in the refrigerator beforehand. The pool water is cool and spouting? Like a fountain? If it's dinner, turn it off and turn it back on in the morning. It tasted like sterilizing water (I thought it was good) Unfortunately from here on The shower is a little high and the water isn't straight, so it just spreads out. I think it's just green, so be sure to consider the bugs! Why is there only a few outlets and a spare battery charged overnight, but only two compartments? I couldn't check whether the stove was working or not. If you want a floating breakfast, I'll be back! Two American girls who went to Central together were in a week and said they were sorry!”
Beautiful self-contained one bedroom house set on stunning grounds with a shared pool with one other room (max 2 people) and lush garden. A tranquil space, perfect for relaxing, but only 7 min scooter ride to downtown Ubud.
“This is an amazing villa with a great location! It is a bit outside of Ubud center therefore it is quiet and relaxing. Putu had a nice collection of recommendations prepared in the villa, there are great restaurants within walking distance for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was clean, tastefully decorated and the garden is like paradise on Earth! When renting, keep in mind that the pool and the garden is shared. We stayed here 3 nights and on the first 2 nights we were lucky as we had quiet neighbors. But then there was turnover and on the last night we experienced that the walls of the villa are actually paper-thin. We were listening to our neighbors pushing around furniture and talking loud at midnight. Other than this, it is the perfect place to stay.”
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!”