$560 - $750++ per night
Beachfront Villas, Event Villas, Ocean View Villas in Bali
Stunning three-bedroom Villa Kailasha resting upon an expansive 11,000 square metres of beachside land in Bali’s fertile Tabanan regency. The view of the Bali Strait and the glistening black-sand beach just beyond the end of the coconut grove garden is magnificent, and guests can expect to be lulled to sleep by the soothing sound of the ocean waves.
Offering a complete escape from busy city life, Villa Kailasha will charm guests with classic architecture, stylish interiors, gorgeous gardens, modern facilities and an extraordinary amount of private space, complemented by a full team of caring staff who will attend to every need.
Villa Kailasha is approached via a neat driveway which opens into a large parking area with the villa on the seaward side and the staff service building discretely tucked away on the inland side below an orchard garden. An impressive porte cochere bordered by ponds heralds the entrance to the villa. Behind this is the living pavilion and, some distance to the left, the two-bedroom guesthouse. To the right lie the dining pavilion and the master suite. The swimming pool and comfortably furnished balé are positioned close to the beach on the far side of the gardens to make the most of the glorious sea views.
Villa Kailasha’s spacious air-conditioned master suite is furnished with a king-size bed, comfortable armchairs and a cushioned window seat, and equipped with a satellite-channel TV. Guests will relish the garden, pool and ocean views, which are also reflected perfectly in a wide mirror above the bed. A huge ensuite bathroom with walk-in rain shower and bathtub looks into a private garden with additional outdoor shower. Glass doors lead from the vanity area to a plunge pool within a private garden courtyard, complete with thatched balé pavilion furnished with a table and two chairs.
A pair of almost-identical air-conditioned guest suites – set well away from the other buildings and positioned within a private, semi-walled courtyard around an ornamental pond – offer a peaceful retreat for a family or two couples. Both suites revel in an abundance of space, each accommodating a bedroom with a king-size bed and satellite TV, and ensuite bathrooms with walk-in rain showers and bathtubs alongside picture windows that frame a private flower-filled garden.
The splendid fan-cooled living pavilion is open to the garden, the sea breezes and the view. The room is so large that it features three distinct sitting areas, one of which is furnished with sofas and chairs set around a large-flat screen TV and DVD player. In front of the pavilion is a wide, partially sheltered stone terrace.
Open on three sides, the dining pavilion features a terrazzo floor under a soaring roof. Cooled by ceiling fans it is furnished with two solid wood tables (one large and one small) that can be brought together to make a dining table for ten, complete with wicker chairs. This pavilion is set in a partially walled courtyard and is linked to the main living pavilion by a short pathway.
On one side of the terrace in front of the living pavilion is a separate alfresco dining area with a table for eight: a great spot for a barbecue.
A self-contained ‘butler’ kitchen is tucked away out of sight, adjacent to the living pavilion. It is equipped with an oven and gas hob, a large fridge, a microwave, and a coffee machine. The villa’s main kitchen is located between the staff quarters and the garage. It is fully fitted with a professional range and everything that the cook needs to prepare delicious meals and beverages for guests.
Garden & Pool Area
Covering a huge 11,000 square metres of land, Villa Kailasha’s garden presents beautifully manicured terraced lawns dotted with coconut palm trees and flowering frangipanis. On an upper level, behind the staff quarters is an orchard planted with lime, orange, mango and avocado trees. The infinity-edge swimming pool is set well away from the house with spectacular views of the ocean and the windswept black-sand beach. The pool is bordered by a grass-and-paving-stone chequerboard terrace furnished with two sunbeds, a cushioned bench seat and three umbrellas. To one side of the pool is a large balé relaxation pavilion presenting a huge daybed with a deep mattress and a colonial-style, cushioned wooden sofa, chairs and a coffee table.
|Number of Bedroom||:||3|
|Low Season / night||:||USD 560++|
|High Season / night||:||USD 645++|
|Peak Season / night||:||USD 750++|