Sanak Retreat Bali

Rooms & Rates

Rooms & Rates

Rate from 140USD/night for 2 persons with breakfast
Surrounded by paddy fields and scenic mountain views in the North of Bali in a village called Kayuputih, near Munduk, this relaxing getaway features 11 spacious wooden bungalows with a private terrace or balcony overlooking beautiful tropical landscapes and a swimming pool.
• Swimming Pool
• Restaurant
• Spa
• Yoga/Meditation Area
• Wifi
• 24h Reception
• Bar/Lounge
• Children Play Area
• Games Room
• Laundry
• Library
• Free parking
• Non-Smoking Rooms

One-bedroom Bungalow

Set amid paddy fields with uninterrupted views of Java, this modern teak and batik bungalow features a super king size bed, bathroom, and private terrace.

Two-bedroom Bungalow

This spacious two-storey teak and batik bungalow features super king size beds, a modern bathroom with separate toilet, and three terraces.

Three-bedroom Villa

Set back from the main retreat and spread out over two levels, this 3 bedroom/3 bathroom villa features multiple living spaces including a private swimming pool, sun deck, terraces, indoor/outdoor living areas, dining area and private meditation bale. It can also be booked for private parties.

Information

Useful Information

Nearest Airport: Ngurah Rai Denpasar Bali International (DPS) - 85km
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, JCB
Total number of rooms: 11
Annual Closing: open all year
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Your Host

“Handpicked with Humanity in Mind – The Sanak story is one of compassion, philanthropy, sustainability and making a difference in the heart of Northern Bali’s mountain valley. We want to stay small but strong, we have big ambitions, a big heart and always a Balinese smile for you.”
Sebastian Liebold



Sanak Kitchen

Sanak Kitchen The Sanak Kitchen makes every meal a celebration through a deep connection with local farmers, handpicked organic vegetables from our garden as well as fruits & spices from the surrounding mountains as well as freshly caught seafood from the northern coast of Bali. Honestly good Asian and Western home cooking meals to satisfy your soul prepared with love by Chef Putu.

For those willing to learn Balinese cooking, Ibu Jero welcomes you in her house to cook up a feast of local delicacies. Learn about local produce, the perfect spice for curry and take home with you an array of cooking wisdom and recipes that have been handed down through the ages - the most authentic way to learn traditional Balinese cooking and to feel deeply rooted into village life.


We Care

The Sanak was founded by French philanthropists who support their surrounding villages, provide environmental education, and lead by example. Their initiatives include building a recycling and sorting facility for the village, providing environmental education to the local schools and organizing clean-ups with the local community.

The Sanak aims to be a “plastic free” property, uses only glasses bottles, provides every guest with a “green bag” to use during their stay, and educates its staff on how to reduce, reuse and recycle wherever possible. It hires local staff, and sources local produce. Besides hotel training development, it also donates supplies to the local school and sponsors up to five students per year by covering all their school costs/fees. In addition, The Sanak is a member of Pack for a Purpose, an organisation that encourages travellers to save a few kilos of space in their suitcase and bring supplies for nearby schools or medical clinics in need.




 

TIME & WEATHER

Current Temperature

30° C

Current Weather

Local Time

5:20 pm

Offers

June Promotion

For any booking in June for a One-Bedroom Bungalow, get a free upgrade to a 2-floor bungalow with sunrise and sunset terraces.
Also, stay at least 3 nights and you will be able to enjoy a a complimentary Chef's Surprise Dinner for 2 with a private dance performance in a secret location.

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