Villa 3338 is a romantic, one-bedroom honeymoon villa complete with a thatched roof, a garden with a stairway leading down to the beach, stunning views, and a private 3 x 6 m pool.
The open-air living and dining room has a built-in sofa and a dining table, and is flanked by an open plan kitchenette.
The bedroom is furnished with a double bed, wardrobe, a built-in wooden desk, and a daybed that serves as an extra bed for a child.
The garden bathroom is equipped with a standing rainshower and a rough hewn marble washbasin.
Flat screen Satellite-channel TVs.
Stereo and DVD player with extensive
Wireless Internet Access
Fully equipped kitchen
Private Pool with Bale
Ample car parking areas.
The staff includes 24-hour Security guards.
Maids, Cook for meal preparation: Indonesian, Asian, Western.
We can arrange for extra fees
Baby sitting Car and driver Yoga, Spa, Massages
Villa 3338 are located on Bali's west coast, in the Tabanan Regency. The coastline presents isolated coves and rocky outcrops, and is famous for its surf beaches, including Medewi and Balian, which offer the longest point breaks in Bali. The Regency is known as Bali's ‘rice bowl' - the most agriculturally productive region in Bali. Besides rice, there are crops of coconuts, coffee, cacao, spices and tropical fruits. This area is also home to the 2276-metre Mt Batukau, the higher slopes of which are alpine with mountain streams, ferns, wildflowers, creepers and orchids, as well as the rare, black leaf-eating monkey, the kijang (small forest deer), large butterflies and moths, flying lizards, and the lubak (mongoose). It is also a bird watchers' paradise, habitat of the Bali Black Eagle. Depending on the traffic, the villa is 1.5 - 2 hours' drive from Bali's international airport and 60 - 90 minutes' drive from trendy Seminyak with its exciting nightlife and abundance of fashion boutiques, luxurious spas, and internationally acclaimed restaurants.
‘Nirwana Bali Golf Course' is about 30 minutes' drive. Designed by Greg Norman, this was voted the number 1 golf course in Indonesia; it is situated beside the dramatic, waved-lashed sea temple of Tanah Lot.
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