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Bungalow Amenities

  • Non-Smoking
  • Private Bathrooom
  • Terrace

About the Bungalow

The bungalows are spacious and designed in typical Balinese style. They are built from local wood and bamboo, the roof is covered by alang-alang. They fit perfectly into the landscape and are arranged to ensure, that you have a lot of privacy in your bungalow. The four bungalows in the lower area (near to the sea) have air-conditioning, the others are located at a higher elevation and are well ventilated and equipped with ceiling fans. The bungalows have a generous terrace with a view of the sea. There is a comfortable outdoor bed on the terrace, where you can also sleep at night (a mosquito net can be installed by the staff if desired). The bathrooms are located at the back of the bungalows, partly covered (toilet and sink) and partly outdoor (shower). It’s a great feeling having a shower under the open sky. The furnishings combine modern style and Balinese tradition and are comfortable and cozy.

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