Dewata 3 Villa

4 Bedroom - Price : Low USD 500 | High USD 600 | Peak USD 800

This beautiful villa is hidden away in a side lane in the heart of fashionable Seminyak and has a large private swimming pool with integrated Jacuzzi in its walled garden full of tropical plants. Hobby cooks can overlook the swimming pool and garden even when working in the kitchen! “Villa Dewata ” is a perfect retreat for those who appreciate informality and privacy but want to be close to Bali’s best restaurants and shops.
Villa Dewata ” is set in a quiet compound less than 100 meters from the main road in the center of Basangkasa, the area between Legian/Seminyak and The Oberoi Hotel. The international airport is about 20 minutes away. Many interesting shops are right on the main street near the villa; it’s about 1km to the beach, and a few minutes by car bring you to an increasing number of fashionable restaurants including Café Warisan, Ku de Ta, Hu’u, The Living Room, La Luciola, Trattoria, Mykonos, etc.
This beautiful villa has an elegant simplistic design with a roof covered with brownish tiles. There are four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, an air-conditioned TV & games lounge, and a spacious dining and living area perfect for entertaining guests.

The living/dining room is open to the garden with many tropical plants and the large swimming pool, and ceiling fans provide additional ventilation if required. Furnishings include a huge dining table for 10 guests, a large day bed and comfortable sofas.
The adjacent open kitchen is equipped with a gas cooker and electric appliances such as a micro wave oven, steamer, blender, toaster, etc. and overlooks the swimming pool. Next to the pool with kid’s area/jacuzzi are six comfortable deck chairs, a dining table and a traditional “Bale” (gazebo) with large cushions to relax in comfort.
All four bedrooms are air-conditioned and have small windows. All bedrooms have king-size beds, en-suite bathrooms with showers, sinks and bath tubs as well as walk-in wardrobes.

Last Update : 25 September 2010