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Set in over three hectares, this four bedroom estate rests on the rim of a vast amphitheater of rice paddies cascading down into the deep gorge of the sacred Pakuseba river. Nestled in the Balinese foothills beneath the traditional village of Kelusa. This magical estate lets you experience the authentic Bali without compromising on 21st century comforts. With three separate living areas and two swimming pools, it’s ideal for multi-generation families and groups of friends who like to be together but still have space to spread their wings.
Overall, the villa has four spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom is in the main villa. This bedroom opens out to a terrace with breathtaking views of the landscape and of the ocean. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed, a dressing room, a dedicated bathroom and an outdoor shower. There are two more bedrooms in the main villa. Both have king-sized beds as well as dedicated bathrooms and terraces. Two other bedrooms are in the separate guest house. Both have king-sized beds and dedicated bathrooms. Each bedroom also opens out to a terrace with panoramic views of the seascape. Each also has direct access to its very own swimming pool.
Choose between the rice-terrace- infinity edge swimming pool next to the pool cabana in Pondok Sapi or the statement swimming pool that sweeps from inside out the living-room of Pondok Surya, to hover seemingly suspended above the rice terraces.
The large, landscaped lawn and rock garden surrounded by the jaw-dropping rain forest and volcanoes views make Villa Kelusa the perfect backdrop for celebrations and enchanting weddings.
Villa Kelusa boasts three separate living areas that blends traditional Bali-style and ultra-contemporary design.
Edged with lotus ponds, the large open-air main pavilion of Pondok Sapi comes with comfortable seating areas furnished with couches and a large dining table. It also has a library, a gourmet kitchen and a media room which can be used as an extra bedroom. The open-sided thatched entertainment cabana with casual lounge area with rattan swings area open onto a sun terrace and the estate’s infinity-edge swimming pool.
The living and entertainment areas housed in the second pavilion, Pondok Surya, are separated via the infinity pool that runs between through the house. An interior bridge carved from a single piece of ironwood connects the living and entertainment areas.The living area has comfortable seating space to relax and enjoy the sweeping views of the rice fields, jungle and mountains. The entertainment area has a bar, a kitchen and a dining area.
Long-standing staff will welcome you with genuine Balinese smiles and are always on hand to make sure you have everything you need for an enjoyable stay at Villa Kelusa. Should guests have any special requests, staff will go the extra mile to make these wishes come true.
Sure-footed guests can venture down to the river with a member of staff as guide, or stroll through the rice fields. The restaurants, cafés, galleries, boutiques, spas and cultural performances of Ubud are less than half an hour’s drive away.
In an age where reviews reign supreme, I thought that I would break my silence and actually write one. Let me tell you about this magical place called Villa Kelusa that we spent 8 nights in this August. After staying in Bali for close to 2 weeks, I can honestly say that the views from Villa Kelusa were second to none. We had panoramic views of Ubud Valley, complete with lush trees, mountains and rice paddies. What a treat it was to be embraced by the local village and its people while having total privacy when you needed it. The actual villa was quite beautiful, with all the amenities you can image but what was even more impressive was the staff. We instantly felt at home, never hearing the world 'no' when it came to anything. The food was great and the driving services made everything accessible and at our fingertips at any time of the day. For anyone that goes by reviews, and I would consider myself a pretty discerning consumer, I would highly recommend this Villa. The manager Wayan is absolutely the best and played an integral role in us enjoying Bali as much as we did.
|Minimum stay||4 bedrooms|
|from 03/12/2020 to 20/12/2020||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 20/12/2020 to 09/01/2021||Peak season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,331|
|from 09/01/2021 to 09/02/2021||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 09/02/2021 to 16/02/2021||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|
|from 16/02/2021 to 01/04/2021||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 01/04/2021 to 08/04/2021||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|
|from 08/04/2021 to 01/07/2021||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 01/07/2021 to 01/08/2021||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|
|from 01/08/2021 to 01/09/2021||Peak season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,331|
|from 01/09/2021 to 16/09/2021||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|
|from 16/09/2021 to 20/12/2021||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 20/12/2021 to 09/01/2022||Peak season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,331|
|from 09/01/2022 to 29/01/2022||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 29/01/2022 to 05/02/2022||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|
|from 05/02/2022 to 14/04/2022||Low season||2 nights||AUD $ 885|
|from 14/04/2022 to 21/04/2022||High season||5 nights||AUD $ 1,182|