The traditional Balinese entrance opens onto a delightfully private walled garden. Here, an open-sided living and dining pavilion with kitchenette provides easy access to the sun terrace and pool, set on manicured lawns surrounded by tropical blooms. To one side is the sleeping pavilion where two bedrooms – each with its own ensuite bathroom and dressing area – open onto a shared veranda.
Award-winning Balinese architect Popo Danes curated the design, crafting contemporary interiors with an Asian twist using Indonesia’s abundant natural materials – elaborately carved sandstone walls, polished teakwood floors and an overall relaxed luxury.
The living pavilion is formed from the four-pillar heart of a historic teakwood joglo from Java and its ornately carved ceiling is a treat to behold. Under a statement chandelier an all-weather rattan table accords semi-alfresco dining for six; meals can be prepared by the estate chef, or whipped up in the well-equipped kitchenette. Comfortable chairs invite afternoon siestas – though poolside sun loungers may be preferred by those seeking a holiday tan.
The high vaulted ceiling of the sleeping pavilion give both bedrooms – one with a king-size bed, the other a queen – a theatrical sense of space, heightened by handsome furnishings and arresting Balinese paintings. Granite basins and walk-in rain showers add glamour to both ensuites and there’s generous wardrobe space for the nattiest holiday packer.
When guests have had enough of lazing around their own private Villa they can venture onto the expanse of Kayu Putih beach just beyond the villa’s entrance and, facing it, one of Bali’s hippest beach cafes La Laguna – perfect for sunset cocktails and tapas. Only a temple and a small lagoon – over which a rustic timber walkway leads to kilometres of sandy beach – lie between the villa and the ocean.
Five minutes’ stroll down the beach is W Hotel, Potato Head and other notable Seminyak establishments are just 10 minutes further (even less by taxi). Berewa and the cool surf scene is the same distance in the opposite direction, making Batubelig an ideal location.
|26-12-2017 to 02-01-2018||Peak Season||AUD $490.875|
|08-01-2018 to 14-02-2018||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|15-02-2018 to 21-02-2018||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|22-02-2018 to 23-03-2018||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|24-03-2018 to 28-02-2018||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|29-03-2018 to 02-04-2018||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|03-04-2018 to 14-04-2018||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|15-04-2018 to 27-04-2018||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|28-04-2018 to 01-05-2018||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|02-05-2018 to 15-06-2018||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|16-06-2018 to 22-06-2018||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|23-06-2018 to 18-08-2018||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|19-08-2018 to 31-08-2018||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|01-09-2018 to 14-12-2018||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|15-12-2018 to 25-12-2018||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|26-12-2018 to 05-01-2019||Peak Season||AUD $490.875|
|06-01-2019 to 01-02-2019||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|02-02-2019 to 10-02-2019||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|11-02-2019 to 04-04-2019||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|05-04-2019 to 16-04-2019||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|17-04-2019 to 21-04-2019||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|22-04-2019 to 14-06-2019||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|15-06-2019 to 21-06-2019||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|22-06-2019 to 17-08-2019||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|18-08-2019 to 31-08-2019||Shoulder Season||AUD $404.25|
|01-09-2019 to 14-12-2019||Low Season||AUD $375.375|
|15-12-2019 to 25-12-2019||High Season||AUD $433.125|
|26-12-2019 to 04-01-2020||Peak Season||AUD $490.875|
|DISCOUNTS (CONDITIONS APPLY)|
|10% off for a booking less than 15 days before the stay|
|15% off for a stay longer than 10 days|
|15% off for a booking confirmed more than 150 days before the stay|