A boutique retreat of luxurious tropical villas
Set into lush green paddy fields , overlooking the ocean
A place to relax and recharge in beautiful nature
Maid service is on hand and your shopping can be brought to your villa for you
Only 50 minutes from Seminyak, popular for fine dining, shops and bars and relaxing on the beach
The spectacular Sahaja and Sawah Villa Retreat (in Indonesian language means Simple and Natural) is surrounded by luscious green paddy fields as far as the eye can see and overlooks the Indian ocean in the delightful region of Tabanan on the exotic island of Bali. Affectionately known as “The Real Bali” Tabanan is blessed with delightfully quaint Balinese villages linked by a network of tiny lanes and temples, exceptionally friendly people, a stunning landscape of rice paddy fields and terraces, untouched beaches, mountains, riverread mores and jungle.
The resort retreat offers 27 luxuriously appointed private vills ( 4 Villa Indah, 7 Villa Sahaja and 16 Villa Sawah)
Villa Sahaja with 3 bedrooms has a spa bathroom (oversized tubs, indoor and outdoor rainwater showers), large open plan kitchen, dining and living area with floor to ceiling teak and glass doors which open out onto the large natural stone swimming pool and tropical private garden. The interior living space covers approx 140 m2 and the 10 metre private natural stone swimming pool runs along the front of the property. There are wonderful paddy fields and ocean view from these sumptuous villas!
The al-fresco Bistro restaurant offers a wonderfully relaxed setting with sumptuous international and local cuisine and once again provides unparalleled views of the countryside, ocean and sunset. Sahaja and Sawah is a perfect haven for relaxation and tranquillity with luxury private villa accommodation in Bali.
In villa massage therapists are on call for total guest indulgence and tranquillity, and for the more energetic, hiking, cycling and visits to the lakes and volcano at Bedugal and the famed village of Ubud make for wonderful and exciting day trip excursions.
The exceptional Spas of the Alila Villas Soori, Pan Pacific Niwana and golf course resorts and the colonial Canggu Club are but 30 minutes away, and the many boutiques, restaurants and bars of Seminyak can be reached in just an hour for those wishing to pull themselves away on occasions for shopping and busy nightlife.
The many miles of untouched beaches and coastline are but a 5 minute drive or 15 minute walk from the resort.
Sahaja and Sawah Retreat offers a wonderful vacation for couples, friends and families to see and experience the real culture of Bali and its beautiful countryside and people, in reach of Bali’s many popular highlights, but without the hustle and bustle of hectic streets and traffic in the more built up tourist areas.
|Number of bedrooms||3|
|Number of bathrooms||3|
|Number of floors||3|
|Number of toilets||3|
|Number of villas in complex||27 in total ( 16 x Villa Sawah, 4 x Villa Indah, 7 x Villa Sahaja)|
|Acreage of total complex m²||800|
|Ricefield view location|
|Sea view location|
|Located on floor||on the second floor. Groundfloor|
|Living room size||80 m²|
|Located on floor||second floor|
|Closed living room|
|Number of dining chairs||6|
|DVD collection||at the reception|
|Located on floor|
|Terrace or balcony|
|Located on floor|
|Terrace or balcony|
|Located on ground floor|
|Number of swimming pools||1|
|Shared pool||in resort|
|Size of the pool||20 m²|
|Depth of the pool||1,5 mtr|
|Villa Manager on the park|
|English speaking staff|
|Bed linen included|
|Baby cot available|
|Children' bed available|
|Smoking allowed||only permitted at balcony and patio area|
|Distances from the villa to||location||km||traveltime in car minutes|
|Golf court||Nirwana golf||20||40|
|Sea and Beach||2||10|
|season||from||until||price per villa per night|
|Low||15 sep 2012||20 dec 2012|| 161|
|Peak||20 dec 2012||10 jan 2013|| 359|
|Low||10 jan 2013||01 jun 2013|| 161|
|High||01 jun 2013||15 jul 2013|| 341|
|Peak||15 jul 2013||15 aug 2013|| 359|
|High||15 aug 2013||15 sep 2013|| 341|
|Low||15 sep 2013||20 dec 2013|| 161|
|Peak||20 dec 2013||12 jan 2014|| 359|
|Low||12 jan 2014||15 jun 2014|| 161|
All rates are inclusive:
Minimum stay is 4 nights.
For long term stay, special prices apply. Please do not hesistate to inform us about the possibilities
Central Bali is a mountainous area in Bali. The area known loosely as Bedugul is right in the heart of the central mountains and is framed by the three large crater lakes of Bratan, Buyan and Tamblingan. The area is mostly popular for its art, culture, temples and lakes. No visitor to Bali should miss this area.
Ubud is far away from the drunken bikini scene in Kuta, and is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts village, and many towns and nearby villages have artists' workshops and galleries.
The town of Mengwi has a long and rich history associated with its royal family, and the best modern day manifestation of this is the splendid temple complex at Pura Taman Ayun.
Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Lake Bratan Temple)
Is perhaps the most photographed temple on the island and is certainly one of the great iconic images of Bali. The temple is situated at the western shore of Lake Bratan and it can give the illusion of actually floating on the water. Built in 1633, the temple is devoted to Dewi Danu, goddess of the lake. A beautiful temple in a truly stunning setting.
Bali Butterfly Park (Taman Kupu Kupu Bali)
A small but well maintained centre for research and education into butterflies with some very spectacular species on show. Best to visit in the early and mid morning when the butterflies are at their most active.
Pura Taman Ayun (Mengwi Water Temple)
This very pleasing temple was built in 1634 by the King of Mengwi as his family temple. The terraced courtyards of the temple are set in very well maintained grounds, surrounded by man-made waterways and entered over a bridge. Mengwi is about 8km east from the town of Tabanan.
Sangeh Monkey Forest (Bukit Sari)
The macaques here act as guardians of Puri Buki Sari (Bukit Sari Temple). Legend has it that these monkeys are descendents of the army assembled by the monkey king Hanuman and that the forest here is a fragment of Mount Meru that fell to earth. The temple was built in the 17th century. The monkeys here are as bold as elsewhere in Bali so hang on to your belongings. Sangeh combines well with a vist to Pura Taman Ayun.
Subak Museum (Mandila Mathika Subak)
This museum is dedicated to the famous 'subak system' of no-mechanised irrigation system which has been in use in Bali since AD 600.
Pura Luhur Batukaru (Batukaru Temple)
One of Bali's key directional temples and a site of pilgrimage for Hindu Balinese. Majestically situated on the slopes of Mount Batukaru since the 11th century, this is an especially sacred site, even by Balinese standards and all visitors must carefully read and abide by the temple rules posted clearly at the entrance. The temple is high on the slopes of the mountain and the often misty, drizzly micro-climate here just adds to its undoubtedly mystical atmosphere.
Diving on Bali
Bali's many and diverse dive sites offer an exceptional diving experience for all levels of divers. From protected shallow bays with exotic scorpion fish, octopus and nudibranchs to exciting drift diving in wild currents with sharks, mola mola and manta rays, Bali Indonesia has it all!