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Found in the quaint regency of Tabanan, with sprawling rice fields as far as the eye can see, Villa Padi is a traditional Balinese holiday home flaunting 2900 sqm of land and Balinese pavilions housing four bedrooms as well as the villa’s living and dining spaces. An Olympic-sized swimming pool extends out towards the fields giving you a spectacular 180-degree view. The rustic architecture and open-concept living, so intrinsic to Balinese culture, is an ideal setting for a getaway with friends and family to the Island of the Gods.
Villa Padi boasts four bedrooms, of which one is master suites housed in a pavilion, and other guest bedrooms on the gardens. One of the master bedrooms is located on the first floor with splendid views across the fields. The bedrooms are wood and traditional interiors with large windows that offer beautiful views of the scenic beauty of Tabanan. Four-poster king-sized beds, Asian artwork, interesting artefacts, and much more can be found in each bedroom. The three guest bedrooms are housed in Balinese pavilions with direct access to the gardens and pool.
En-suite bathrooms with rustic mirrors, large glass windows, and a freestanding bathtub and/or shower is found with each of the four bedrooms.
Surrounded by lush and verdant tropical flora, the 25-metre swimming pool dominates the fields and the expansive lawns at Villa Padi. With vibrant trees fringing the pool on either side, you have a pleasant setup wherein rest and relaxation will prove to be the two prime activities. Double daybeds are laid out on the grassy land beside the pool, perfect for a nap or dozing off in the afternoon when the sun is high up and you feel drowsy after a refreshing dip. Walk alongside the gardens to get a good view of the rice fields and enjoy the calm and serenity of this beautiful region of Bali.
Housed in three adjacent pavilions are the living and dining spaces at Villa Padi, reflecting the traditional aspect of Balinese architecture, i.e. open-plan living with bales that have no walls. To allow for a constant inflow of fresh air and natural light, the bales give you an all-access pass to nature wherein, you can easily spend time doing absolutely nothing while you are sprawled out on the comfy sofas in the living pavilion. Decorated with a host of artefacts, Balinese stone sculptures, and other intriguing objects, the living room’s rustic interiors have been carved out of all natural materials for a unique experience.
The dining pavilion is another bale overlooking the swimming pool and verdant fields with a ten-seater dining table sat in right in the middle. Overhead lighting illuminates the room with a warm and cosy hue promising memorable evenings filled with laughter and good cheer. The kitchen is housed in a third pavilion and it is fully-equipped with a breakfast bar and high stools. Unsuspecting modern amenities form part of the kitchen to make life easier for you!
A fully-staffed villa is a perfect way to spend your holiday without a worry in the world as the housekeeping, management, and maintenance is all taken care of. For special services like massages and laundry you can request the staff as they are available at an additional cost. Personal guest assistance allows all needs to be met so everyone can enjoy their time equally. If you want, a personal chef can be called in to wow you with mad cooking skills and offer delectable Balinese and international dishes. Transportation can be rented as per need.
For an utterly relaxing and laid-back holiday, Tabanan is a good choice as you have a lot of undisturbed and almost private territory all to yourself. You can take long walks along the rice fields or simply bask in the quiet surroundings of your home away from home. A restaurant you might wish to try out is Sawah Restaurant, a rustic place with sprawling views of the rice fields where you can enjoy a peaceful meal whenever you wish!
|Minimum stay||4 bedrooms|
|from 21/03/2019 to 31/03/2019||Low season||2 nights||SGD $ 948|
|from 31/03/2019 to 31/03/2020||Low season||2 nights||SGD $ 948|