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The Best of the Best - tranquil/elegant luxury estate walking distance to Ubud

Bruce McGregor

Member since: 2010
Speaks: english
Sleeps10
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms4
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 nights

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Bruce McGregor

Member since: 2010
Speaks: english
Calendar last updated:
March 16, 2015
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The Best of the Best - tranquil/elegant luxury estate walking distance to Ubud

Sleeps10
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms4
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 3 nights

Overview

Tumbak Bayuh Villa Rental Photos and Description

Villa, 2 Bedrooms + Sleeping Porch, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 8), 2-br/2ba annex w/pool

PLEASE SEE THE SEPARATE LISTING FOR THE NEW RUMAH CAHAYA ANNEX, VRBO #702772, WHICH CAN BE RENTED SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER WITH THE VILLA!

Due to the recent popularity of the commission-based property rental sites, vacation rentals are appearing everywhere in Bali. Even local families are sacrificing a portion of their iconic rice fields to build small 'villas' to rent to tourists for added income.

These plentiful offerings cannot be compared with Rumah Cahaya, the House of Light, which offers the visitor to Bali a unique and very special experience.

From across the rice fields as you approach, your first thought might be: “Could that be the place – OUR place?” By day it lies impressively expansive against the tall palms of the river valley, stretching across behind the rice fields and into the palm trees beyond. By night, the house glows at the end of its pathway, the lighted temple in the northeastern corner indicating the unusual size of this very special property.

Built on a bend of a small river valley and situated at the end of the “Path to the Sacred Spring' this truly astonishing villa is without question one of the most beautiful and tasteful accommodations in Bali, built not as a rental property, but as the eventual retirement home of an American cinematographer. Featuring a majestic, remote, very private and peaceful setting; the finest in design, construction and materials; and luxurious amenities, it contains three full (two partially outdoor) baths; three king-sized beds; a two-story interior waterfall; a fully-equipped modern kitchen, and an optional climate-controlled video theater. You will find Egyptian cotton towels, high-thread count bed linens, hair dryers in every bathroom, bedside reading lamps, desktop computer, a complimentary cellular telephone, and a great many more amenities that are all too often overlooked in other offerings. Marble, granite, and natural stone are used throughout, and over 25,000. man-hours have gone into to the hand-carved stone accents and intricately carved wooden doorways. Examples of many of Bali’s finest artistic endeavors are displayed.

Outside, the landscaped grounds boast over 3000 square feet of landscaping, pool and lounge area: a two-level swimming pool (comparable in size to those of most local hotels), the lower level shallow for the safety of children, and in which they can play under the waterfall from the main pool above; intricately carved Balinese temple; stone sculptures, fountains, tropical landscaping, and an uninterrupted view of the river valley. Surrounded by a high wall, a feature of traditional Balinese architecture, the house and grounds are completely private and blissfully peaceful, yet are open to the near-180 degree view below.

Our staff consists of our young and enthusiastic house manager Juli who recently spent two years aboard a cruise ship to polish his language and tourist-relations skills - a rare feat for a young Balinese, the housekeeper/cook Maya, who comes each morning to prepare your breakfast and clean, and our groundskeeper and security watch Bapak ('father') Tekik who tends the rice fields behind the villa. They will attend to your every need, but do remain full-time at the villa. Unless you specify otherwise, they are requested to vacate the property by 11:00AM so that you might fully enjoy the tranquility and privacy of the site. Additionally, Juli will make the service of our guests a priority, if you are in need of a driver or guide while in residence, and if one of Bali's frequent ceremonies or processions is occurring during your stay, he can advise you on the required attire and arrange for you to attend.

A NOTE ABOUT ACCESS:

Rumah Cahaya is heaven on earth! As stated, the property is situated on the bend of a river, in a completely natural setting, and which many visitors have remarked is the quietest, most natural setting for a home they've seen here. The setting is so quiet that guests are gently awakened by the songs and calls of the birds in the river valley, and the evenings so still that one feels quite alone in the natural world. As with all but one or two villas which are located on the outskirts of Penestanan, it is accessed only by motorbike or walking path (no automobiles), and the motorbike access ends at the property's location. Thus, there is no sound of passing motor vehicles - so common a disturbance in Bali - to detract from the peaceful ambiance. There are two pathways to the house: a motorbike access path runs along the small river past a number of villas and homes and ends at the front gate. From the back gate, we have built a cement walkway through the rice fields to the community path on the other side of Penestan (see photos). This pathway makes the short walk to the local market and main road into Ubud very quick and convenient.

The walk to the house from the nearest automobile access is perhaps four or five minutes from the back gate and about five or six from the front, but there is no problem with the transportation of your belongings. Upon arrival you'll be met by our house manager who will take care of the transportation of your luggage to and from the house..

In 2015 we have added a new 'annex' to the property, connected to the main compound by a small gate yet outside the main perimeter walls (it has it's own) to allow complete privacy in both the villa and the annex. This addition is an intimate two-bedroom, two-bath unit with living area, kitchen, and small pool. As in the villa, it is equipped with the finest in accoutrements including hand-carved teak furniture, quality linens and towels, top-end appliances, imported cookware, and complete entertainment system. Either the villa or annex can be booked separately, or you can reserve the entire property to accommodate as many as 12 persons.

In short, you may find small rental accommodations plentiful in Bali, but a trip to this enchanting destination deserves the finest experience you can imagine. The magnificent Rumah Cahaya and its friendly and dedicated staff will provide you with a unique and incomparable experience!

Keywords: Bali, villa, vacation, quiet, secluded, rain-forest, rice-field, hideaway, peaceful, luxurious, rental, family, natural, clothing-optional, swimming, Ubud, yoga, retreat, wedding

More Details
Suitability:
  • Events Allowed
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • alternative lifestyle
  • children welcome
  • pets not allowed
  • smoking allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Bruce McGregor (Owner)
Member since: 2010
Speaks: english
Calendar last updated:
March 16, 2015

About Bruce McGregor

I was given my first camera at the age of five, a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye; I still have it. Since then, it has been as if the words of Frost's 'The Road Not Taken' were written to describe my life: I have enjoyed a fascinating and satisfying career traveling the world experiencing different cultures and filming sunrises and sunsets in some of the world's most remote and breathtakingly beautiful locations - several of which no human being had previously beheld, as I was taken there by helicopter.

I am presently devoting my time to documentary projects, attempting to use my experience to help illustrate problems and injustices in our world and communicate the need for change. I also enjoy being involved in projects which celebrate the joys of life, especially when they involve children.

Bruce McGregor purchased this villa in 2012

Why Bruce McGregor chose Tumbak Bayuh

My career in the motion picture industry specialized in filming in international locations. Of the 36 countries I was fortunate to experience Bali, which I first discovered while in my early 20s, stood out as extraordinary among them all for many reasons: its incredible beauty, captivating culture, perfect weather, extraordinary artistic heritage, and its gracious and welcoming people. After having been away from Bali for forty years, on my return I was immediately filled with the same conviction that I felt as a young man: this is the place I want to live. Rumah Cahaya was built as a place to which I can invite the many friends I've met throughout the world in my travels, a place to share, enjoy and reminisce. It will be my eventual retirement home, and I am pleased and honored to share it with discriminating guests as a base from which to discover their own reactions to the magic of the island.

What makes this villa unique

What is primarily unique about Rumah Cahaya is its very special location. It has a dramatic 220-degree view to the front, where it overlooks the small river valley and the rice fields beyond, To the back, it has a 180-degree view of ascending rice terraces. The location was chosen for its beauty and extraordinary serenity. There are no traffic sounds, honking horns, beeping motorbikes; in fact, the only sounds one hears at Rumah Cahaya, day or night, are the natural ones: the sigh of breezes stirring the palms, the call of birds, the sound of running water in the river or cascading from the rice terraces.

In order to achiever this unique and very spirit-fulfilling serenity, a property was chosen that is removed from the busy and noisy roadways of Bali, and is in fact equidistant from them. To the front, the 'Path to the Sacred Spring' runs along the river and terminates at Rumah Cahaya's gate. To the rear, a meter-wide causeway was built through the rice-fields to allow convenient access to Ubud's main road, largest market, and convenient transportation.

The other considerable benefit of staying at Rumah Cahaya is the extended family that built the house, maintains the property and cares for you during your stay. The family home is a short walk away, and if you avail yourself of the opportunity of spending time with them you will not find a more remarkable Balinese family. Their warmth, generosity and hospitality not only has many travelers returning year after year, but doing so feeling as if they are truly coming back to see members of a new and extended family of their own.

You will truly enjoy a memorable stay.

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Bathrooms4
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Reviews

4.9
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The Best of the Best - tranquil/elegant luxury estate walking distance to Ubud
average rating of 4.857143 based on 14 reviews
5

Luxurious but Wild, Escape from The Mundane, Get Inspired

  • 5 of 5

I live in NYC. This place is Opposite Land. Rumah Cahaya will obliterate your stress. Need a creative sabbatical? Stay here for a month and explore the interior of Bali.

There's a rainforest on one side of the villa and rice paddies on the other. We woke to bird calls and luscious views, and fell asleep to gecko chirps and faint gamelan drumming--beautiful and hypnotic. On the second day, my niece said,"WHY are Maya's breakfast eggs so good?" And then we saw the chickens and hens running through the paths of our rice paddies. That curving path is like something out of National Geographic for Kids. My two young kids saw lizards, ducks, roosters, groundhogs, mice, frogs, butterflies and snakes (butterflies are bigger than the snakes). Note: Rumah Cahaya is not for the squeamish. They’re all here, creatures great and small. Everything is benign. There’s an ongoing symphony of chirping and burping and some of it comes from the corner of the living room.

The villa’s best features are the open air master bathroom and the eagle's nest, a tiny tower. Every night I’d bathe under the starriest skies—no light pollution here. After a really hot day, you bathe in the sultry perfume of frangipani. Upstairs, from the eagle's nest, you sit at an L-shaped desk while peering into a lush rainforest. The ordinary world falls away. I couldn’t stop taking panoramic shots of the rice paddies. At night if you leave the tower windows and doors wide open, a little bat might swoop in and out. My son loved that!

The staff: Maya makes amazing breakfasts but she’ll let you know (by being late) that she prefers 9am to earlier. Finally we just had her make us lunch instead. She’ll also take small parcels of laundry and return them next day. Juli, the informative driver and responsive house manager, aims to please. One day he took us to the market and I left a bag of caramel cakes somewhere. He saw my disappointment and the next day came with other caramel cakes, refusing compensation. (One day, though, Juli’s brother pinch hit and charged us an arm and a leg. So, substitute Juli at your own risk!)

The owner Bruce has tastefully created a luxurious home yet still in keeping with the local vernacular--wooden doors, transoms, cabinets, and wardrobe are carved with Balinese motifs, and altars and recessed nooks with Hindu statuary grace the property. My kids had so much fun exploring it all that they didn’t even realize they were learning. The same goes for me.

  • Submitted: Mar 24, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
5

Simply Amazing!

  • 5 of 5

Stayed at beautiful Rumah Cahaya for a week in August and had the most amazing stay.

The location of the villa was absolutely perfect for our needs. Walking through the rice field on the villas private path enjoying the sights and sounds of Bali is an experience I will never forget. The Villa is isolated but still only a five minute walk to the Bintang market and one of our favorite restaurants The Yellow Flower Cafe. It was about a 15-20 minute walk to the center of Ubud but if you didn't feel up for the walk it was very easy to get a taxi.

Rumah Cahaya is a large house with the most beautiful grounds and a very large pool which we enjoyed immensely! The outdoor bathrooms were such an exotic treat, nothing like taking a bath enjoy the stars in the night sky. The owner Bruce has set the house up beautifully, thinking of small details such as flashlights and a cellphone for guest use.

But, truly what made our stay amazing was the wonderful staff. Juli the house manager was so kind and helpful. Our first night we arrived exhausted after traveling about 30 hours, just wanting a shower and light dinner. Juli was kind enough to order our dinner from a wonderful local warring, go pick it up so we could enjoy a beautiful meal without leaving the Villa. Juli also help us arrange tours and was always a phone call away if we needed anything.

Maya, the cook/housecleaner was a gem. She made us beautiful breakfasts each morning, nothing was to much trouble. Her banana pancakes were delicious!

And then there was Bapak the groundkeeper. An amazing man always with the biggest most welcoming smile.

Villa Rumah Cahaya is a truly magical place!

Thank you Bruce for sharing your home with us.

  • Submitted: Oct 4, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Quebec City
3

Did not really work for us

  • 3 of 5

Group of guests: 3 adults (couple+single), mid-fifties to mid-sixties / lenght of stay: 2 weeks / requirements (duly agreed upon by owner): internet access, inclusion of breakfast, user-friendly kitchen. Great: staff cordiality, comfort of main bed, swimming pool&greenery; proximity to supermarket&bunch of swell little restaurants / Ok: breakfast; comfort of living room / Poor: overall cleanliness of kitchenware; comfort&cleanliness of outdoors dining chairs / Annoying: security man's barking dog —around 04:45 a.m. daily / Drawbacks: distance (by foot) to downtown; unavailability of house lady ± before 09:00 a.m. / Major drawbacks : internet reception, kitchen lighting; & morning coffee (ouch!) / Rumah Cahaya is a big house with reasonable personality, set in a pretty&quiet area; one might (arguably) find unfortunate, when on ground floor or in garden, not being able to take in the beauty of the rice paddies next to it; but how to understand a-50-some-years-old-guest may seriously be expected to sleep in the second upstairs ‹bed› for 2 weeks, repeat 2 weeks, with: no proper lamp to speak of, zero storage space, a thick plastic curtain (as it sits half outdoors) to cut off the rain but not quite the heat, + a mosquito net (much stained &) ill-fitting??? Said guest, by the way, ended up dragging mattress inside to room floor & had to do without... mosquito net or reading lamp! —with 3 computers, piles of travel documents&books&whatnot, we simply had to rule out using the living room as a second bedroom. One might, also, have to forgo walking to/fro downtown, considering: local temperatures and incline&lenght of unavoidable hill, condition of sidewalks, but mostly, mostly, the hallucinating Ubud motorized traffic&pollution! Last but not least: 1) if you really do need internet at the house, better be prepared to swear&suffer —A L O T... 2) your laundry will in fact be taken care of by the house lady, inexpensively if not remarquably, but hold on to your white clothes for the life of you! 3) the recommended chauffeur proved a truly nice young man&fine taxi driver, with very decent english; but having so little to say about balinese culture&history, he can hardly serve (for the time being?) as a resourceful tour guide. So. If your circumstances match ours, and taking into account the rental fees, you might want to lodge elsewhere. J, P, & Jacques

  • Submitted: Dec 21, 2013
  • Stayed: Oct 2013
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: I suppose that it was bound to happen, as “you can’t please all the people all the time” - our first less-than-five-star review. Please have a look at the other reviews, all of which rated Rumah Cahaya five-star: [“the daily breakfasts were delicious”, “almost total quiet, spotless, great breakfast”, “The setting is ideal; quiet, away from the bustle of Ubud but close enough to walk to everything (or a quick taxi ride if someone's complaining)”, “The staff came each morning to cook breakfast and kept it spotlessly clean”….and so on..] In answer to these complaints: I live in the United States and respond immediately to any correspondence from my guests. Had I been notified of any disturbance or complaint it would have been immediately taken care of. The same goes for any cleanliness issue. One mention from me to the staff andefforts to satisfy these difficult-to-please guests would have been redoubled. I spend each winter at the villa, though, and am cared for by the same staff. I have yet to find anything in their work or presentation to complain about, and my standards for the property and its condition are very exacting. The housekeeper arrives daily at 8:00AM, and there are instructions in the house information book (did they even read it?) for arranging an earlier time, contacting the owner in the event of any dissatisfaction, etc. Lastly, in the winter months I spend each year at Rumah Cahaya I’ve not had any difficulty with the internet. It is DSL complete with a wireless modem and has only two drawbacks: the slow transmission of bulky data files (such as photographs) inherent in Third World internet services and the fact that the modem wireless transmission can’t be received throughout the house due to the heavy usage of steel. A ‘tower’ office is provided, complete with dektop computer and seating for two. In reviewing my correspondence with this party I see that we exchanged 24 emails prior to their arrival, in which I answered many questions and described in detail the sleeping arrangements; availability, selection, and competence of drivers; walking distance to town; ease of taxi hiring, etc. Obviously, I am disappointed to see that such a unenthusiastic and, to me, disturbing report was submitted but can assure you that, should you choose Rumah Cahaya for your trip to Bali, every effort will be made to see that you will depart feeling that you’ve had a very special, fully enjoyable and completely satisfying experience.
5

Fabulous Villa; fabulous location and vibe

  • 5 of 5

This was a spectacular stay, almost transformative. Being out in the rice fields, as opposed to in town, is what made Ubud so wonderful for us, and the people who met us and who cooked breakfast could not have been nicer or more welcoming. Bruce has made a magical place and next time we are coming for longer, BR

  • Submitted: Jul 24, 2013
  • Stayed: Jul 2013
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Victoria, Texas
5

Best Yet (Don't let the "walk-in" fool ya)

  • 5 of 5

We arrived at the Bintang parking lot, met by 3 guys who are going to take our bags. Up a "rustic" stairs, down a path behind the grocery, then another path, then another...."what did we get into?" Last turn and you look across a rice field and find HEAVEN. Beautiful grounds, great pool, almost total quiet, spotless, great breakfast....yet you're still maybe 15 minutes total walk in to "downtown" Ubud or 10 minutes up the stream bed and turn up into Penestanan. I'm doubtful that you can match this for privacy yet proximity to Ubud shopping and sightseeing. Landlord was incredibly responsive to emails. Driver/Guide most helpful. This was, just simply, one of those place that you kind of want to denigrate a bit so it will be available the next time for us, because WE WILL RETURN. The pictures understate the beauty and you can't hear the quiet in a photo. This is one to not overlook if you like privacy and still like to see what Ubud has to see and do.

  • Submitted: Jun 12, 2013
  • Stayed: May 2013
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
5

A piece of Balinese paradise

  • 5 of 5

What a gem! The property is secluded yet within walking distance of shops and restaurants. The winding lane along the Blangsuh takes you to the villages of Penestanan and Sayan farther afield to the west or across the rice fields to Campuhan and Ubud to the east. The place has touches of luxury and charm, comfort and glitz. Lounge on the porch for breakfast, soak in the pool in the heat of the afternoon, or climb up the roost to see the moon at night, Villa Cahaya has it all.

  • Submitted: Nov 29, 2012
  • Stayed: Nov 2012
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway

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Rumah Cahaya also has such amenities as a massage table with in-call masseuse. Beach areas are from 1/2 hour to an hour away (transportation is plentifully available and inexpensive), the city/town of Ubud with attractions such as shopping museums and restaurants is within walking distance, the Balinese village of Penestanan in which excellent painting and beadwork can be found is a short stroll from the house, Ubud is the perfectly located base for exploring all of Bali's offerings.

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Rates & Availability

From $250 Per night

Tumbak Bayuh Villa Rental Rates

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Main Villa Compound
Apr 1 2015 - Sep 27 2016
3 night minimum stay
$250
$1,600
$6,000
 

Additional information about rental rates

Refundable damage deposit $250
Notes ANNEX RATE OF $125./night is for 2-br/2-ba. ANNEX ONLY. The main villa house and compound only (without annex) is available for $250./night, $1600./week, or $6000./month. The entire property, both villa and annex, are available for larger groups by arrangement (please contact the owner for details).
$250. fully refundable security deposit is required in addition to the rental amount. Payment may be made by:
wire transfer, credit card via PayPal, or money order. Personal checks are accepted in the United States when the owner is 'in country' with sufficient advance to allow them to clear the bank.
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Amenities

Tumbak Bayuh Villa Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • villa
Meals:
  • Catering available
  • Breakfast - Included in Price
  • Lunch - Booking Possible
  • Dinner - Booking Possible
Location Type:
  • Mountain View
Theme:
  • Away From It All
  • Romantic
General:
  • Computer Available ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Mobile Phone
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Wireless Internet ...
Kitchen:
  • Catering Available ...
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Cooking Utensils ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Ice Maker
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Stove ...
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
Bathrooms:
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 'Living' or entry level full bath with open air shower - toilet , shower
    Upper level 'Master' bath - toilet , tub , shower , bidet , Huge garden master, marble vanity, open air tub and shower
    Annex Bathroom 1 - toilet , shower , Partially open-air (shower) bathroom with garden
    Annex bathroom 2 - toilet , shower , Covered vanity and commode with open-air shower
  • As described above, the main villa features two full bathrooms on two separate levels of the home: the large and luxurious master with its garden, bidet, and under-the-stars separtate shower and luxurious tub and the main-level bathroom with garden and open-air shower. The annex features two near-identical bathroom with covered vanity/commode areas and open-air showers.
Bedrooms:
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10
  • Bedroom 1 - 1 king , 1 double , 1 twin/ single , Huge master, screened areas accommodate double & single beds
    Sleeping Porch - 1 king , Bedroom level location, screened from view of the master bed
    additional rollaway bed - 1 double , 1 twin/ single , High-quality single can be located in almost any area
    Annex bedroom 1 - 1 queen , One of two nearly identcal bedrooms in the new annex
    Annex bedroom 2 - 1 queen , Annex is accesed by a gate yet apart from the villa grounds
    Other - 1 double , Platform double bedin wardrobe area is screened by curtains.
  • King size beds (3) There is a king bed in each of the two areas of the master suite: a full king in the bedroom and another king mattress on the 'sleeping porch' off the master bedroom, within partial (but screened) view of the other, Double Beds (1) A platform bed with thick foam mattress, double size, in an alcove of the master bedroom, is also screened by curtains but can be moved to the living room level where there is also a full bath with open-air shower. Twin or Single Beds (1) A very high-quality 'Springbed Romance' single rollaway can be placed on any level in the house. The new (2015) 'annex' boasts two queen bedrooms with full baths in separate quarters (with living area, kitchen and small pool) on the property but separated from the villa and grounds by its own walls (available as a stand-alone rental if desired).
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
  • Video Library ...
Outside:
  • Balcony
  • Lanai / Gazebo
  • Lawn / Garden ...
Suitability:
  • Events Allowed
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • alternative lifestyle
  • children welcome ...
  • pets not allowed
  • smoking allowed ...
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Pool / Spa:
  • Private Pool ...
Onsite Services:
  • Massage
  • Staff
Attractions:
  • cinemas
  • health/beauty spa
  • museums
  • nude beach
  • restaurants
  • theme parks
  • zoo
Leisure Activities:
  • shopping
  • sight seeing
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • fitness center
  • groceries
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • rafting
  • snorkeling/diving
  • swimming
Notes:
Large secluded serene property with landscaping, view of tropical rain forest and rice fields, completely walled compound with alert-sensor equipped gates for security and privacy, lap swimming pool and separate children's wading pool, ornate lighted Balinese temple, expansive lounge/play area adjacent to pool with available badminton equipment, separate food-preparation area for staff, two-level interior waterfall, two of the bathrooms are indoor/outdoor featuring open-air showers and tropical gardens, main bedroom features 23' ceiling and massage/yoga deck overlooking the valley, meditation area with open-air king bed off the bedroom deck, wall-sized accordion glass doors on living and bedroom levels, massage table and on-call in-house masseuse, 100-meter causeway through the rice fields to nearby market, sacred community fresh-water springs in the river valley nearby.

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