Villa «Ubud - Mountains 15»

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ubud mountains 15

Location:
Ubud

Floor size area:
230 sq.m.

Swimming pool size:
28 х 5 m

Number of bedrooms:
2 bedrooms

Capacity:
4 guests

Staff:
3 employees

Rates:
189 $ / night

The Villa is a relaxing combination of antique and modern. Originally built for a rich village matriarch on Java in 1864, the all-teak “Gladak” house has been reconstructed in Bali with modern toilet, bathroom, and kitchen facilities. With a sunset view of the rice terraces and jungle beyond and the sound of the river just in front of the house, you will have everything you need to let your stress slip away. Distance: Seminyak – 40 min. Airport - 60 min.

SEASON
2014 / 2015
PRICE PER VILLA PER NIGHT
up to 14 night 15+ night
Low 189 $ by request
High
Peak

Low season: 6 jan - 30 july; 1 sep- 21 dec;
High season: 1-31 aug;
Peak season: 22 dec- 5 jan;

Services included in the price:

  • Breakfast
  • Wi-Fi Internet connection
  • Personal transfer airport-villa-airport
  • SIM card of local operator
  • Toiletries
  • Manager of villa
  • Tax and servises charge

Services for an additional fee:

  • Personal Chef - $ 80 / dinner for 5-8 people (+ products at cost)
  • Fast-track - 50$ and VIP-lounge - 100$
  • Excursions
  • Extra bed (clamshell) - 45$/night
  • Car with driver and other transport to rent
  • Spa and massage on villa
  • Personal yoga trainer on villa
  • Babysitter - 10$/hour
  • Loundry - 10$/kg
  • Personal manager - 100$/day
  • Weddings and events - from 1000$
  • Mass events and noisy parties requires prior approval. Paid a mandatory fee for the benefit of the local community.

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A short distance off the Celuk main road and one hour from the airport, it is rurally situated midway between several popular tourist areas; it is a few minutes from the Bali Bird Park, 20 minutes from Ubud, 25 minutes from the restaurants along the beach at Sanur, and about 20 minutes from the increasingly famous Green School. The original, antique area of the house has a raised wooden floor and outdoors porch about 70 cm, above the ground level. A modern, cream-colored marble floor surrounds this central, raised wooden area on the three sides of the house away from the eastern porch entrance.

On the northern side of the Villa is an enclosed, air-conditioned bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a toilet, sink, and a bathroom with a terrazzo bathtub, a shower and a large one-way window which provides a view of the rice terraces to the west. The ceiling, interior wall, and four sets of double-doors (French doors) are all original teak; and the doors all open to the outside to allow an unimpeded view of the rice terraces. The table and two chairs in this enclosed bedroom give you more privacy to enjoy the scenery and the sound of flowing water while having your morning coffee.

The southern-side bedroom of the Villa has the same teak ceiling and interior wall, but the outer walls to the south and west is large glass panels, sliding glass doors, and folding glass doors. There is no way to avoid the view unless you close the curtains. This bedroom is open or unenclosed as there is no western interior wall separating it from the living area, although there is a curtain. The toilet and sink are inside, but the shower and the bathtub, carved out of a single boulder, are outdoors. A lawn extends around the house on the south and west. Beyond the lawn on the south, a wall of green shrubs, trees, and flowers growing out of an impassable ravine provides privacy.

To the west, of course, beyond the lawn and river are the rice terraces. The open kitchen, sofa, and dining table are all situated on this western side to take advantage of the view. The kitchen corner has a gas range with five burners, a two-door refrigerator, microwave, toaster, mineral water dispenser, blender, sink and counter. Tableware, cutlery, pots, pans, cleaning materials, and various other equipment are also available for guests to use. Three more sets of antique double-doors (French doors) extend from the north side along the exterior wall. From the kitchen corner, a semicircular table extends into the original, central, raised teak room for guests who want to sit on the floor or on a cushion while having their tea. Behind the table there is a sofa, a DVD player, and a 42-inch TV. An antique Chinese daybed with a mattress is in another corner of this original room. This room has no western wall so it adds to the spaciousness of the kitchen and living area.