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Rates from 199USD/night for 2 persons
Nestled on the edge of a typical Balinese village, just a 15-minute drive from the artist town of Ubud, Bali Jiwa Villas is an idyllic treasure. Immerse in tranquillity in one of the two private villas. Able to accommodate 2-3 guests, and featuring sweeping garden and hillside views, each Balinese design villa has an open-air living area, elegant bedroom, and private pool.

Stay 3 nights minimum, and get more free benefits:
  • 1 dinner offered (3-course set menu – beverages not included)
  • 1 daily scheduled shuttle trip to Ubud and back (departure at Bali Jiwa Villa at 11am, return from Ubud at 4pm)

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• Swimming Pool
• Restaurant
• Spa
• Yoga/Meditation Area
• Wifi
• 24h Reception
• Laundry
• Library
• Free parking
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Bali Jiwa Villa

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Useful Information

Address: Desa Kelusa 80571, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Nearest Airport: Denpasar Airport (DPS) - 50 km
Nearest Ferry: Benoa - 45 km
Credit cards accepted: No credit card on site
Total number of rooms: 2 private pool villas
Annual closing: Open all year
Contact: dream@secret-retreats.com

Your Hosts

Nicolas PilletWe wanted to create a unique place for people to be able to disconnect from their daily hustle and bustle. To enjoy the quiet and refill their batteries in a truly natural environment with a spectacular view over paddy fields and mountains beyond, having only singing birds or croaking frogs around. Important to us was also to be close to a traditional Balinese village, so our guests can experience the real Bali and its amazing culture.
Nicolas and Barbara
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