Resort retreat on the island of Bali

Resort retreat on the island of Bali

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Designed and built in 2008 by an Australian design couple, this spacious, open plan, contemporary, balinese style home.
Although a vacation home for the couple is truly like a home away from home.
It sits in a quiet Balinese village, but is only five minutes from central Seminyak, with some of Bali's most famous restaurants.
The home has three spacious bedrooms with all amenities, including TV, wifi throughout the house, airconditioning in all bedrooms and a large swimming pool in lawned and tropical gardened grounds.
It comes with a maid, a gardener and a driver if needed at an extra cost.


7 Reviews

More about us

  1. We are a couple with two adult daughters, interior designer and nutritionist

  2. I am a jewellery designer, Steve makes my dreams come true

  3. We love travel, design anything, architecture, beaches

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Where is it?


Secluded in a quiet village, but only ten minutes from buzzing Seminyak and the beach of Batu Beleg
Small restaurants within our neighbourhood with great Indonesian food as well.
Cangu only twenty minutes away
Villa SK9 is a haven , kept in immaculate condition ,with the ability to easily access anything you need.

Buzzy restaurants
Sooooo many, the villa holds lists of types
Cool bars
Bali has every bar for every occasion within ten minutes of the villa
Cozy cafés
Closest is the Nook .. very good all day
Retail therapy
too many to name

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