Talidadan is a luxurious 3-bedroom, 400 m2 home with an open dining-living pavilion, a 13-meter pool set in over a half-acre natural setting of rice fields, hills, and jungle, just 12 minutes north of the Ubud main road.
Complete with beautiful furnishings and artwork this home is both stunning and serene. Built 10 years ago with a traditional thatched roof with an open style pavilion it has been a gathering place for friends and family from across the world traveling to this cultural hub of Bali.
Featured in architectural publications, designed by a famed Dutch architect and built by one’s of Bali’s renown hotel builders, Talidandan is a tempting treat for vacationing families wanting to experience natural Bali at it’s best.
Five staff and breakfast are included to help you ease into this paradise! Private car and driver can be arranged.
After living in Asia nearly half my life (Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong) I fulfilled a dream and built my own home and the adjacent rental cottage in this delightful and serene setting of Bali in 2002. I live adjacent to the cottage and share the pool though rarely seeing the guests. I am available to help with arrangements and suggestions to make the your stay in Bali a truly memorable one. Five years ago I established a computer program in the local elementary school – 130 children, 2 teachers, 6 computers and occasional volunteers.
Many of us live busy and hectic lives in urban areas. We seek peace with a slower pace surrounded by nature. Talidandan is tucked into a natural cul-de-sac with sounds of nearby flowing water hidden behind the garden on one side, a jungle on the other and rice fields bordering the swimming pool. Human tension seems to evaporate and be inhaled by the vast foliage of the surrounding nature.
The villa was constructed in 2002 by a top hotel builder using the finest materials - tightly woven alang-alang, grass roof, coconut posts in the balcony, rock steps across the pond. For those who appreciate design and art, Talidandan is exquisitely appointed with the finest furnishings and art… antique reed doors from Kyoto, Japan, Japanese paper window and lamps, paintings from well-known Ubud artist’s Ngurrah KK, Wayan Kotir and German Peter Dittmar cover the walls. A large textile from Threads of Life sponsored Lamalera village women’s craft hangs above the bed. Hand drawn bakit cloth cover the pillows. For those who want deep quiet in the arms of nature’s abundant arms this is the place to bring serenity to your spirit.