Seminyak
from £ 831
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Casa Hannah

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms 6 staff
10/10
6 Customer reviews
Candidasa
from £ 184
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Casa Martina

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 2 staff
10/10
6 Customer reviews
Candidasa
from £ 148
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Villa Pantai Candidasa

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms 5 staff
9.6/10
9 Customer reviews
Candidasa
from £ 240
per night

Villa Gils

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 5 staff
9.6/10
20 Customer reviews
Uluwatu
from £ 232
per night

Villa Khajuraho

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 4 staff
10/10
1 Customer reviews
Canggu
from £ 360
per night

Villa Baraka

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 2 staff
9.6/10
6 Customer reviews
Canggu
from £ 232
per night

Villa Kami

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 4 staff
9.6/10
10 Customer reviews
Kerobokan
from £ 304
per night

Villa Alea

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms 6 staff
10/10
23 Customer reviews
Kerobokan
from £ 208
per night

Villa Taramille

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 4 staff
9.6/10
12 Customer reviews
Seminyak
from £ 200
per night

Villa Paraiba

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 2 staff
9.8/10
13 Customer reviews
Kerobokan
from £ 208
per night

Little Mannao

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 4 staff
9.4/10
8 Customer reviews
Sanur
from £ 432
per night

Villa Arimbi

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms 5 staff
9.8/10
7 Customer reviews
Seminyak
from £ 264
per night

Villa Pandora

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 5 staff
8.4/10
1 Customer reviews
Uluwatu
from £ 128
per night

Villa Lalita

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms 2 staff
9.6/10
1 Customer reviews
Kerobokan
from £ 791
per night

Villa Mannao

20 pers. max. 8 bedrooms 11 staff
9.6/10
11 Customer reviews
Uluwatu
from £ 172
per night

Villa Markisa

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 3 staff
9.8/10
3 Customer reviews
Uluwatu
from £ 172
per night

Villa Kayu Merah

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 3 staff
9.4/10
1 Customer reviews
Pemuteran
from £ 159
per night

Villa Timur

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms 4 staff
10/10
5 Customer reviews
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Private Bali villas for rent

It’s hard to pinpoint Bali’s charm. Is it the island’s gorgeous, postcard perfect landscapes and unspoilt nature, or the wide-ranging variety of activities available? Or perhaps it’s the warm, inviting hospitality of the locals, which will leave you feeling incredibly welcomed, and right at home throughout your stay. Whatever it is, the island undoubtedly offers something for every vacationer - whether you’re seeking a romantic honeymoon, wedding event, seaside holiday or want to immerse yourself in unspoilt nature and the local culture.

Your Bali villa boasts a glistening pool, beautifully landscaped grounds and tropical-style indoor-outdoor spaces. An array of decor styles - from ultra-chic, modern holiday homes to quaint villas featuring traditional design elements - will suit varying tastes. Expect nothing less than impeccable service from the on-site team; your villa manager will readily assist with travel and transport arrangements, as well as organising in-villa dining and lifestyle experiences. If you're travelling with your family, check out our 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom villas, they are perfect for families with kids.

The Bukit Peninsula is the island’s southernmost tip. Here you’ll find towering cliffs, stunning cliff top facilities, world-class surfing sites and sparkling white sand beaches. A stay in one of the region’s luxury cliff top villas comes complete with five-star amenities breathtaking ocean views. Don’t miss out on the must-dos, which includes visiting Blue Point Beach, the Nusa Dua Promenade, Water Blow and the High Cliff at Melasti Beach. Grab your surfboard to hit the waves at Padang Padang Beach, but note that the waves in the region lend itself only to advanced surfers.

The towns of Legian, Kuta and Seminyak lie northwards of the Bukit. Kuta may have garnered a reputation for being a nightlife hotspot - yet it’s not all that rowdy as it’s made out to be. Trendy Seminyak, with its wide-ranging variety of dining and lifestyle venues is the highlight here. It’s not known as the Saint-Tropez of Asia for nothing, and you’ll be right in the heart of the action - just minutes away from the beach, restaurants, boutiques and nightlife venues.

If being in the heart of a bustling hub doesn’t float your boat, consider heading up northwards to Canggu. The coastal town may no longer be the sleepy fishing village it once was, yet it still exudes a laid back, relaxed vibe. Canggu has ticks off all the right boxes for a restful, yet fun-filled vacation thanks to its eclectic mix of attractions. There’s the beach and top-notch surfing, along with yoga, a growing wellness scene, spas, art galleries and party venues.

Further up north from Canggu lies Ubud. The picture-perfect town boasts a spectacular landscape, which features extensive rice fields, forested hills and cascading waterfalls. It’s also a popular destination for yoga travellers, and is known for being the island’s arts and culture hub. It’s a place where you can immerse yourself in rejuvenating yoga and meditation classes, visit the art markets or try your hand at silver making, batik painting and wood carving.

The above destinations make up the island’s key attractions, yet there’s more to explore. Sanur, located along the southeastern coast of the island is a tranquil seaside town. It’s the sort of place that lends itself to idyllic holidays, where days are spent relaxing by the beach, and aren’t packed to the brim with activities. If you are interested in a tropical holiday, choose a villa that has private pool so you can lounge and sunbathe by the pool all day.

Further up east lie Amed and Candidasa. Here you’ll find well-preserved palaces, cultural attractions, mystical temples and excellent snorkeling sites. It’s a popular destination for day trips, but is also ideal for a longer stay if you enjoy the serenity of residing in a more remote location.