|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Villa Senja Ayu is located in Klui which is 6km north of Senggigi and is only 15 mins from Amapanan International Airport
Come and relax in the warm balmy breezes that are conjured up
where the Indian Ocean and the South China Seas meet.
Watch the early morning sunrises that are slow and gently
nudge you from your sleep, at the other end of the day
watch the sunsets which plunge you into deep darkness
once the embers have burned out over the horizon.
The Villa is set on a hillside with views of Mount Agung on Bali and the Lombok Straits. Wake up to the sound of waves crashing onto the beaches which are
It is an ideal location which affords ultimate privacy to come and go as you please.
Villa Senja Ayu is tastefully decorated to the highest standards, fully fitted
European style kitchen.
There are 3 large bedrooms, one master and two guest bed rooms each
with a king size bed and private en suites and garden.
Each bathroom is individually designed, from sunken baths to
outdoor showers in the private garden.
One of the most prominent features of the villa is its large open
air dining room which looks onto the pool deck, providing
an easy transition from indoor to out.
Lombok is located east of Bali and can be reached by regular daily flights from
destinations around South East Asia domestic and international.
Keywords: Villa, single story.
My wife and I first travelled to Asia in 1980 and fell in love with the culture and way of life and promised ourselves that we would one day build a house when we retired so we could live part of the year there and the rest back in California
The Owner purchased this villa in 2010
We thought it would be a good idea as Bali was getting over crowded and the location had all the sea views that we had wanted
Its where we can get away from the busy life and just relax, or we can take advantage of all the amenities that Lombok has to offer, like diving,trekking golfing etc
I have recently spent a week in this villa and have nothing but complements to bestow on the owner and the staff at the Villa.
The owner put me in contact with a driver and arranged for us to be picked up at the airport and taken direct to the Villa. He also provided supplementary information on the Villa and where and when to pick up supplies.
The staff at the Villa could not be faulted. The house boy was discreet and inconspicuous, while still being available to assist us when required. The night staff we had no contact with.
The Villa itself was beautifully appointed. There were large air conditioned rooms that were clean and with the most comfortable bed that I have experienced, outside my own house!!
The pool was cleaned daily and was a favourite place to sit and read, while watching the view across the ocean.
Yes, there were calls to prayer, but this is a Muslim country and to me, this adds to the whole atmosphere. Why leave home if you do not want to enjoy a new experience.
I would recommend this Villa to anyone who wanted to escape without the hype of hotels and especially do not want to share their pool with many other tourists.
I had a 30 day stay here recently and this property has a good and a bad side. On the good side, its got a great view and the location is really secluded. However, there are caveats. There are power lines that have been hung right across what what would otherwise be an idyllic view of the ocean. In addition, the property is situated on a ridge in between two valleys which would be great if not for the ability of the road noise from below to carry up to the property. In Indonesia, everyone owns motorbikes and not all of them have mufflers unfortunately. Also, of note is that there are 3 mosques within earshot.
While staying at the property I had a large amount of money disappear. 3 days before departure I had set aside 3,000,000 rupiah in the master bedroom (to pay for the car rental upon departure). The money was hidden fairly well, and was not apparent to anyone who did not have time to sift through the dresser drawers. The money disappeared at night while I was sleeping in the other room, due to high winds rattling the doors and glass windows in the master bedroom. (this is common with the trade winds that frequent Lombok). The next day I noticed that half the money had disappeared.
Due to the remote location of the property and the fact that I am there during the daytime, the only logical suspect for the theft is the night security guard. He would have known where I was on the property and he had access to the rooms. I did notify the owner of the incident, however nothing was done about it. I am not so sure that the owners are really in position to exercise control in a situation such as this.
Other odd behavior of the security guard includes bathing in the caretakers sink while we were awake and aware of it. He also likes to watch TV through the living room windows, James Bond movies are his favorite. Also of note is the that night before I left Lombok, I was up and about at 3AM due to needing to be at the airport by 5AM. I heard some noise coming from near the guard house and it was the guard and a couple of his friends who were smoking and joking on the property. I didn't find this very amusing at all and it did nothing to quell my suspicion of him as the prime suspect of the theft. Also, I don't like the idea of not being able to control who comes and goes from the property, especially at night.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
30% downpayment to secure the booking
The balance required one month prior to arriving
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.