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Perched atop a cliff, overlooking the coastline of Uluwatu, Villa Bayuh Sabha offers modern comforts in a traditional setting. With five bedrooms, guests will be amazed with the rustic, thatched roofs, polished wood furniture, and gold fixtures around the villa. A tranquil and serene environment lends itself to the living situation at the villa, creating a wholesome and inviting space for guests to relax and rest in. The villa is an ideal space for those looking for a quiet time, close to the cultural regions of Bali including art markets, diving and surfing spots, and beaches.
Villa Bayuh Sabbha boasts of five remarkable and stunning bedroom suites, with masterfully crafted, four-poster, king-sized beds. The complete woodwork in the bedrooms adds a luxurious and opulent ambiance, and the old-school aesthetics enhance the rustic vibe of the rooms. There are writing desks, chairs, and TVs in each of the bedrooms, as well as a private veranda, again furnished with chairs so you can sit back and enjoy the breathtaking view that spreads out before you.
Three bedrooms are housed in the main pavilion, while two bedrooms are in the guest pavilions. Each of these gorgeous bedroom suites has an equally luxurious en-suite bathroom, complete with vintage freestanding bathtubs with open doors that offer extensive views, as well as all gold-finished fittings and fixtures, as well as a lounger, making it nothing short of an absolutely royal treatment.
Spread over three acres of land, Villa Bayuh Sabbha offers not one but two infinity swimming pools to the guests, which are extending out to the sea and natural vegetation surrounding the property. Right from the comforts of the villa, you can observe the panorama of Uluwatu endlessly. There are sun loungers a plenty for you to relax on with a drink in hand and some sunscreen to keep yourself from the tropical sun, unless you want to work up glowy sun-kissed skin situation! Thatched-roof bales around the property comprise daybeds for absolute comfort, a perfect spot for some reading or relaxation.
Housed under traditional thatched-roof huts, with an open-plan design, the living area is right off the swimming pool and tropical gardens, bringing in the fresh air throughout the day. Giving you enviable views all day, every day, the living pavilion is a beautifully designed space, enhancing the authentic Balinese experience Furnished with comfortable wooden furniture, with colourful cushions to brighten up the wooden structure, the aesthetically pleasing area is the place to retire to or spend time with your friends and family, amidst the natural and exotic surroundings of Uluwatu.
Apart from alfresco dining, which gives you the chance to experience a magical dining experience under the starry sky, the villa also has a formal dining area as well as a kitchen. The perfect place to enjoy hearty meals with your loved ones, is complete with a western-style kitchen, yet set in a traditional structure. It is fully-equipped and fitted with all necessary amenities and appliances, for your comfort. A study room tucked away in another pavilion, all deep wood and rich, magnificent draperies, is furnished with a writing desk, a lounge chairs, and bookshelves.
If it is food you desire, then food you will be delivered with the exceptionally talented house chef, who excels in Japanese cuisine amongst others! The other staff is ready to welcome you and serve you with warmth and Balinese hospitality.
The villa offers everything you would require on your tropical getaway, especially if it’s a private event! You have the luxury to stroll around Uluwatu on foot and explore the unexplored and untainted nature that still exists here. With the crashing waves and the sandy beaches at Bingin beach, get ready to have a wonderful time in this meditative and invigorating region if Bali.
After a seven-year engagement, we finally started planning the wedding. We looked at wedding venues in Melbourne but nothing appealed to us. After a lot of debate, we decided on an overseas wedding in Bali. I found a villa (Villa Bayuh Sabbha) online that we loved and also found a wedding planner who organized all my wishes. Ironically, organizing a wedding overseas was incredibly easy and painless. There were a lot of emails back and forth with our planner. We booked the venue and caterers without seeing or tasting a thing; we just crossed our fingers and hoped for the best...We wanted a classic, clean wedding with simple designs and a relaxed atmosphere. White was the main color, and we had natural pops of pastels, which we felt would complement the setting well. We wanted the beauty of the venue, our love for each other and our family and friends, and having a great time to be the wow factors and not table arrangements or decorations... We didn’t want a traditional reception. We are both young and like to have fun, and we wanted the reception to reflect this. We wanted all the formal proceedings to be short and over with at the beginning of the night so the dancing could begin...At midnight, our friends and family joined hands to make an archway, which Andrew and I walked through with a parasol that said “Finally Married” and had Australian beer cans attached to it. We walked to our room on the other side of the villa, changed into our bathers and came running back outside and jumped into the pool with friends. We just didn’t want the night to end. Our wedding reflected us and what we wanted perfectly. I still can’t believe that was MY wedding.
|Minimum stay||5 bedrooms|
|from 03/01/2019 to 08/01/2019||High season||5 nights||USD 2,541|
|10% off for a booking less than 15 days before the stay|
|5% off for a stay longer than 10 nights|
|10% off for a stay longer than 30 nights|