890$ / Daily
Less than 300 metres north of Ubud’s Royal Palace lies Villa San, a private and serene oasis in central Bali. Designed as a labour of love, the villa is only minutes from sensational shopping, superb spas, classic cultural performances and luxuriant rice fields. Showcasing an impressive array of artworks and handicrafts originating from China, Africa and Indonesia, Villa San comfortably accommodates 12 people in six large bedrooms, each a discreet distance from its neighbour.
70$ / Daily
Charming and beautiful wooden joglo house full of Javanese artefacts surrounded by jungle and river looks like it just came from fairy tale! A lot of open space will let you enjoy tropical style outdoor living.
50$ / Daily
Comfortable and cozy villa in quiet location and with nice view to the river and jungle, small temple and rice fields. House consist of two similar bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and small terraces, fully equipped open kitchen and colourful garden with organic fruits and vegetables for your table. Ubud centre is in 7 minutes drive.
65$ / Daily
Tanah Cinta means The Land of Love, because it was created for the lush of peace, for contacting your soul back to nature and to experience the warm Balinese welcome in colorful gardens and exclusive bungalows. The 3 spacious rooms and 4 private bungalows are carefully decorated, each one using a different color to create a peaceful atmosphere with therapeutic virtues. All of the rooms have a private terrace looking over the swimming pool and the garden
80$ / Daily
Villa Chili is a compound of 2x 1bedroom and 1x 2bedroom bungalow, which accommodates comfortably up to eight adult guests. The villa is located just step away from Ubud’s monkey forest
310$ / Daily
Villa Bayad is a spacious, luxurious 4 bedroom villa with two swimming pools, designed by Popo Danes, one of the most famous architects in Southeast Asia. The villa is traditionally laid out as a compound, the 4 bedrooms being separate houses beside the main house, all connected by flower-covered pergolas. From every room there is a beautiful view across the surrounding rice terasses to Bali’s sacred vulcano Gunung Agung in the horizon.