Candidasa Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa Mandala is directly located on the beach
Villa Mandala is directly located on the beach only a few kilometres of Candi Dasa. The Villa encompasses 4500 m2 of garden area, with over 50 meters of beach frontage. It also includes two swimming pools, one double-storey building with 6 bedrooms, a master bedroom pavilion, and a large entertainment pavilion that functions as an open-air dining room, a living room, and a kitchen.
The architecture is characterised by an abundance of space and light, elegance and graceful simplicity.
Located far enough away from the tourist crowds to ensure total privacy, this villa is still close enough to offer easy access to favourite shops, and restaurants.
Exuding a welcoming atmosphere of traditional Balinese charm in a thoroughly modern setting, Villa Mandala is the ideal private hideaway. Whether you want to stroll along the beach, join the surfers catching that next wave or simply relax by the pool you won’t find a more enchanting or welcoming retreat.
Villa MANDALA includes seven bedrooms and a variety of living space. The property is composed of 3 pavilions.
MASTER SUITE PAVILION
The large and luxurious Master suite are situated off to one side of the property. Closer to the beach than the main building, the room is full air-conditioning with large windows offering panoramic views, open-air bathrooms, and an outside lounge area. the king-sized bed. The suite contains a large sunken bathtub, a dressing area, an open-air bathroom.
TWO STOREY BUILDING
The two storey main building has six bedrooms, a spa, and an office. There are four bedrooms on the ground floor and two on the first floor. Each room has its own bathroom with shower and bath, and is air conditioned with parabola TV system.
The dining area is located in the third building. The large open dining area is decorated with an antique dining room table capable of seating twelve people in comfort. The dining area is sheltered from the weather yet still provides a beautiful view of the ocean and the spectacular Bali sunsets.
The living room is decorated with antiques and exudes an aura of simplicity and style.
The adjacent Service Kitchen is set up so that the staff can serve food quickly and efficiently at dinner parties and functions, it is fully equipped and well-stocked with quality glassware, crockery and cutlery.
The villa has two private swimming pools, one in front and one in the back.
Traditional Balinese beauty treatments such as massage, reflexology, facial, manicure, pedicure are available in the privacy of guests' suites, or in the specially-designated massage room.
Looked after by a large household staff, Villa Mandala strives to cater for every whim or desire.
A House manager
Oversees and coordinates the staff and property and is available to assist guests during their stay.
Two full-time cooks
Trained in the preparation of both local and international cuisine. A menu is provided, and the cook will do all the market shopping.
Responsible for housekeeping duties.
One security guard
Patrol the grounds and guard the entrance of the villa at night to ensure your security.
One gardener and pool attendant
Tending the garden and the grounds of the villa. He ensures that the facilities of the villa run smoothly during your visit.
CLOSE AT HAND
A fascinating mix of religion, royal culture and architectural splendour lies within easy reach of Villa Mandala in the area often referred to as ‘old Bali’.
Excursions can be arranged to several nearby Balinese villages famed for their crafts. In Sidemen, textiles from Bali and all over the archipelago can be purchased in an idyllic countryside setting. In Tenganan, there’s more on offer than the rare double ikat cloth. From simple wooden tables set out along the main town walkway boys sell lontar-leaf calendars coloured with the resin of macadamia nuts. Painted wooden eggs, masks, bamboo hats and wayang puppets hang from shop walls and woven baskets are of the finest quality.
In Kamasan, just south of Klungkung, a distinctive style of Balinese art is produced. Kamasan-style painting makes use of figures resembling the puppets of wayang kulit, Bali’s shadow puppet theatre. In the village of Budakling at the foot of Mount Agung meanwhile, a number of goldsmiths and silversmiths have produced intricate temple crafts and containers for generations. Handicrafts and souvenirs can be found in the village of Candi Dasa, just a few minutes’ drive from Amankila, and in recent years, a few shops selling exquisite jewellery have also opened in the area.
Tennis is available in Candidasa, about ten minutes from the villa.
Villa Mandala is located fifteen meter to one of the best surfing spot of east Bali.
The waters of East Bali boast some of the most beautiful scuba diving sites in Indonesia.
East Bali offers some of the island’s finest trekking, ranging from walks through rural villages, tropical forest and terraced rice fields, to mountain climbs and temple visits.
- smoking allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome