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This resort is quirkie, and has the wow factor, great cottages, fantastic grounds, beautiful staff with a friendly smile.
With breakfast included in the price, was very affordable. Where ever you walk around the grounds you will find little surprises. The cafe is quirkie with...More
I was blown away by the beauty and uniqueness of this property! On every corner there are beautiful details to discover, the atmosphere is so tranquil, peaceful, relaxing - truly mindblowing, really.
The stunning garden, the pool area, lovely cottages, the friendly staff, the loving...More
We enjoyed two weeks at this place. We loved the small private ‘old’-fashioned houses, the pools (child friendly) and the nice garden. Staff was friendly and service-minded.
Its close by the big Road - but no noise! There is a shortcut to sanur main street...More
Don't have a bad word to say about the place awesome gardens, super friendly staff great rooms for the price, the free breakfast isn't super great but it's satisfactory and free, would definitely go back and highly recommend
We booked a two bedroom villa with a private pool which was HUGE. The main bedroom had the biggest bed I have ever seen carved from huge timber logs and a gorgeous massive bathroom trough a "secret" carved door. Our two kids (5 & 1.5)...More
As the others have said- there are a few steps up to the cottages- think ours had 4, once up there though we were on the flat- ours did not have any door frames to climb over. The bathroom is huge however, only you can... More
As the others have said- there are a few steps up to the cottages- think ours had 4, once up there though we were on the flat- ours did not have any door frames to climb over. The bathroom is huge however, only you can decide if the steps up are an issue for you. Another thing to consider is the paths around the gardens are not particularly flat, and the doors into the café where breakfast is served are not particularly wide. It may be worth asking about the private villas- they may not have the steps up to them. Do ask the hotel if in doubt, they are very helpful.