|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Hyacinth House in the village of Penestanan, is located in the rice fields, just outside of Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali and a short 15 minute walk away. We are on a small walking path just 10 steps up from the main road and 300 meters into the ricefields.
Close enough to take advantage of all that Ubud has to offer, but far enough away to ensure peace and tranquility.
This is a charming, 2 story, 2 bedroom home with a plunge pool, gazebo and garden.
Your own, self-contained lushly landscaped Paradise with views of the rice fields, close to a great Yoga Studio and many wonderful small, local restaurants.
This is a Balinese style house, recently refurbished with comfortable sofas (indoors and out) a wonderful covered veranda for outdoor dining and relaxing, ethnic artwork, new linen, towels, flat screen TV, DVD player, wireless internet and a full kitchen.
A stay at Hyacinth House includes a full breakfast of fruits, toast and homemade jam, eggs,coffees or tea. It also includes, WiFi, daily cleaning and utilities.
This is a perfect getaway for a single, couple or family with 1-2 children.
The upper bedroom has a queen size bed and small balcony with views over the rice fields plus a toilet and sink. The lower bedroom also has a queen bed set in a small private alcove.
There is a full garden bathroom downstairs with a shower, tub, toilet and sink.
The veranda is large and fully covered and has a sofa and armchair for lounging or reading, a dining table with 4 chairs and a small desk.
There is a great flow to this house between the outdoor and indoor areas, with lots of light, air and gentle breezes.
The garden is enclosed and guarantees your privacy.
We are on a small, narrow walking path, 12 steps and 300 meters from the main road. There is also a western style supermarket at the bottom of the steps, transport, and lots of art galleries and shops to peruse on your morning walk.
Please come and enjoy our 'little piece of Paradise'.
My husband and I have had a love affair with Bali for many years, buying our Villa Sunrise on the beach in 2004, opening an Indonesian furniture and art gallery in Santa Fe New Mexico, organizing yoga and meditation retreats, and now having built our Villa in the ricefields of Ubud.
Villa Semua Suka and Bungalow Jepun were built in 2011 to western standards with a Balinese esthetic.
We have decorated the villa with high quality Balinese art, furniture and artifacts. Villa Sunrise, Villa Semua Suka and Bungalow Jepun are our 'homes' not 'hotels' Home!
Barbara Millstein purchased this bungalow in 2013
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.