This sister Villa combination is great for large groups wanting to be near Canggu surf or for two families travelling together, who want some privacy as well as a shared holiday.
The seven-bedroom Villa lies at the beach end of Canggu’s thriving Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, a country lane that has experienced an amazing transformation over the last few years and is now home to some of Bali’s hippest haunts. You’ll find a number of excellent cafés, bars and restaurants within a few minutes’ walk of the Villa. Among them are the chill-out beach bars, Old Mans and The Lawn, popular family café Milk & Madu, and the ever-elegant Hotel Tugu. Batu Bolong Beach, just 100 metres from the villa, is renowned for its world-class surf breaks and rugged beauty; it’s the ideal location to catch a wave, take a stroll along the sands to nearby Echo Beach or capture the sun setting over the sea temple. The villa’s central location makes it a great choice for partygoers and families alike.
Beautifully designed in classic Balinese-style, the villa features timber pillars, high serap wood ceilings, garden bathrooms, traditional artefacts, a free-form swimming pool and lush tropical surrounds. We love the old-school Bali elegance of this Villa.
A private path bordered by plants and limestone carvings leads to Villa Kakatua’s traditional Balinese doors. Behind these doors guests are greeted by an aling-aling wall (a short partition wall which, according to traditional belief, protects the villa from bad spirits), a fishpond and a bubbling water feature.
This villa’s tropical grounds and swimming pool are ideal for lazing about. The warm and hospitable staff is attentive and always ready to make you feel at home. The kitchen is helmed by professional cooks shared with Villa Kedidi next door.
Truly a home-away-from-home, Villa Kakatua will embrace you with its character and charm. Many guests look forward to returning year after year.
The main two-storey pavilion houses the master suite, one guest bedroom, the living area and the kitchen. Adjacent to this is the dining balé, and to the far side of that the other two guest bedrooms lie side by side below a thatched roof.
Each room faces the lagoon-style pool and lush gardens. For those wishing to embrace the spiritual side of Bali can observe daily offerings being made to the gods at the villa’s very own garden temple.
All four of Villa Kakatua’s air-conditioned bedrooms are similar in design with polished cream terrazzo floors, ceiling fans, beautifully carved wooden beds draped with mosquito nets and antique batik throws. Tastefully decorated with Javanese antiques and traditional paintings and portraits, the rooms are very homely and comfortable. iPod docks in all bedrooms and TV/DVD players (in all but bedroom four) add a modern touch, while the lovely garden bathrooms, dotted with bluestone pebbles and with open-air showers, inject tropical style.
The ground floor master suite (with the additional luxury of a tub in its bathroom) lies immediately off the main living area, with glass sliding doors opening onto the pool. The upstairs guest bedroom has great views over the gardens and is accessed by a wooden staircase from the living room.
Bedrooms three and four are tucked away in their own pavilion with a shared veranda for cheeky daytime naps on the comfortable daybeds. One of these rooms features a giant four-poster bed large enough to sleep four children (2 of which may incur extra cost) or two adults.
Overlooking the pool, Villa Kakatua’s open-sided living area is a great place to unwind or watch a movie under the cooling breeze of the ceiling fans. Decorated with an array of Indonesian artefacts and antiques this room evokes vivid images of ‘old’ Bali. Two comfortable sofas, topped with bright yellow and blue cushions face a carved wooden coffee table at one side of the pavilion, while a table and chairs at the other provides enough seating for four to enjoy breakfast or an afternoon snack – or perhaps a board game.
Two beautifully carved Balinese dancers pose on either side of the kitchen doors at the rear of the living room. The modern kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances and all essential childrens equipment.
Standing close to the living pavilion and fringed by lush vegetation, the thatched dining balé with its solid wood table and two large bench seats provides the perfect setting for a casual dining experience.
At the heart of Villa Kakatua lies the lagoon-style swimming pool surrounded by manicured lawns and lushly landscaped gardens. Every tropical plant you can think of is on display here, from flowering frangipanis to impressive fan palms and clinging stag-horn ferns.
The delightful poolside balé is the ideal place to soak up the atmosphere or indulge in a massage or spa treatment. If a suntan is your goal, then stretch out on one of the poolside loungers, order an ice-cold drink, relax and enjoy.
The villa is designed in traditional Bali style, with solid coconut beams supporting high serapwood ceilings that capture the tropical breeze and cool the open-sided living spaces. An enticing natural green-stone swimming pool sits strategically in the middle of the compound, promoting easy access from the surrounding bedrooms that feature beautifully carved wooden beds and semi-open garden bathrooms.
The special Balinese ambiance is further enhanced by exquisite artefacts and antiquities that are found throughout the home and in the lush tropical gardens. Intricate carved limestone murals depict stories of times gone by, giving insights into the island’s diverse and fascinating culture.
All three air-conditioned bedrooms at are similar in design with polished cream terrazzo floors, ceiling fans, beautifully carved wooden beds draped with mosquito nets and antique batik throws. Tastefully decorated with Javanese antiques and traditional paintings and portraits, the rooms are very homely and comfortable. iPod docks add a modern touch while the lovely garden bathrooms, dotted with bluestone pebbles and with open-air showers, inject tropical style.
The master suite (with the additional luxury of a tub in its bathroom) and the twin bedroom are located in separate pavilions at opposite ends of the swimming pool, both featuring a TV and DVD player. Sliding glass doors open onto each room’s veranda where a daybed is perfectly positioned for reading or taking a quick nap.
The third bedroom is accessed via large wooden fortress doors from the living area or from glass sliding doors that open onto a patio with a beautiful blue urn water feature. This room’s bathroom is not ensuite but lies just beyond the bedroom doors, off the living area. It is also accessible to guests.
When guests decide to venture out, Canggu Beach – the place to catch a wave, take a walk or admire the magical sunsets – is just a stone’s throw away.
Guests can walk to Old Mans and Canggu beach, with hot spots such as The lawn, Laca Lita Mexican and Spring Spa within walking distance. If you are looking for a large group Canggu Villa in the heart of the ‘must-do’ venues, this is perfect!
|23-06-2023 to 26-08-2023||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|27-08-2023 to 21-10-2023||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|22-10-2023 to 14-12-2023||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|15-12-2023 to 25-12-2023||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|26-12-2023 to 05-01-2024||Peak Season||AUD $3,668|
|06-01-2024 to 07-02-2024||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|08-02-2024 to 17-02-2024||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|18-02-2024 to 28-03-2024||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|29-03-2024 to 13-04-2024||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|14-04-2024 to 27-04-2024||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|28-04-2024 to 14-06-2024||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|15-06-2024 to 28-06-2024||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|29-06-2024 to 31-08-2024||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|01-09-2024 to 26-10-2024||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|27-10-2024 to 13-12-2024||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|14-12-2024 to 25-12-2024||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|26-12-2024 to 05-01-2025||Peak Season||AUD $3,668|
|06-01-2025 to 24-01-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|25-01-2025 to 07-02-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|08-02-2025 to 28-03-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|29-03-2025 to 11-04-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|12-04-2025 to 22-04-2025||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|23-04-2025 to 26-04-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|27-04-2025 to 30-04-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|01-05-2025 to 03-05-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|04-05-2025 to 28-05-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|29-05-2025 to 01-06-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|02-06-2025 to 20-06-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|21-06-2025 to 04-07-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|05-07-2025 to 30-08-2025||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|31-08-2025 to 25-10-2025||Shoulder Season||AUD $2,446|
|26-10-2025 to 12-12-2025||Low Season||AUD $2,032|
|13-12-2025 to 25-12-2025||High Season||AUD $3,039|
|26-12-2025 to 05-01-2026||Peak Season||AUD $3,668|
|POSSIBLE DISCOUNT OPTIONS (CONDITIONS APPLY)|
Whenever possible discounts are applied to your stay.
Discount policies and terms vary between properties.
If available for your reservation request the discount will automatically calculate in your pricing summary.
If the property considers discounts on request only, we will apply for you and advise accordingly.
Rest assured we always offer our clients the best rate possible at each property.
|*The below discounts are provided as a guide only and not always available|
|Early Bird Discount - Bookings made 150 days prior - 5-15%|
|Last Minute Discount - Bookings made 10 days prior - 10-15%|
|Long Stay Discount - Bookings of 10+ nights - 0-15%|