Villa Cerah is a newly built villa (2012), situated directly on the beach and the sea in the quiet and authentic northern Bali. It has Dutch owners and can accommodate up to 8 people.
The format consists of a spacious living room, an open kitchen and four bedrooms. Each bedroom has a private bathroom with a shower, toilet and a bathroom cabinet. The kitchen is fully equipped.
The villa is built on a private plot of approx 2000 m2, has a beautiful tropical garden with a beautiful swimming pool and lots of privacy. On the partly covered terrace under cheerful colored parasols, from comfortable chairs or lounge set, you can relax and enjoy the peace and the splendid view over the beach and sea directly in front of the villa.
You rent the villa in its entirety. There are no other guests. Our permanent staff consists of two housekeepers, a gardener and a security guard, all included in the price.
The housekeepers (pembantu's) will 6 days per week cook for you, clean the house, make the beds and can take care for your groceries. Even your laundry and ironing they can do, though it is at your own risk. The maintenance of the garden and pool are entrusted to our regular gardener. The security guard will protect in the evening and at night the guests and the villa. If necessary in those hours he is your contact.
Bed linen, towels and beach towels are available in sufficient quantities and included in the price. The villa has free wireless Internet.
All bedrooms have individually operated air conditioners. Three bedrooms are furnished with decorative double beds in bamboo style with mosquito net. The fourth bedroom has two single beds, also with mosquito a net.
In the garden, near the beach at the end of the terrace / pool the is a Bale Bengong (rest house with thatched roof) situated. It has a large mattress, pillows and padded unrolling bamboo wind and sun covers). It is a ideal place to relax or to have a massage. From here you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the beach, sea and occasionally the activities of local fishermen in their characteristic boats and fishing nets.
As a service you will after your arrival be offered a free welcome dinner, and breakfast the next morning.
Prices are for 1-2 persons. Then a surcharge of € 50,- per person per week (or € 7,15 per night) will be calculated.
The Minimum Stay is 5 nights.
Smoking is not allowed in the villa. Outside you can smoke on the terrace.
Free wireless Internet.
With pleasure our staff and Helpdesk can easily and quickly arrange a driver for you for reasonable rates.
Transfer from the airport at the villa can be arranged. Write us for additional information and/or visit our website.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Villa Cerah is situated at the beachfront|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Depasar 85 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 16, Lounge seats for 14|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
Villa Cerah is located directly on the fine volcanic sand beach in the authentic north of Bali near Lovina. From the partly covered terrace and seated in sun loungers under parasols, you have a magnificent view over the pool with "overflow", the beach and the Bali Sea. A small walk along the beach brings you to the fishing community of Lokapaksa. The locals are very friendly.
On the south side of the villa you have a view over the rice fields to the mountains of Bulaleng.
In the villa, is an information map with all information about the villa, tourist activities and attractions.
The villa is located near the town of Seririt. This village has several shops and a typical Balinese market. Seririt is so you want to visit from the beach on foot in 20 minutes. Next to Seririt you will find the famous Lovina town and beach.
In the villa, you will find an information map with all information about the villa, tourist activities and attractions. Some examples:
The Gitgit waterfall is located about 10 km south of Singaraja. This waterfall is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Bali, about 1.5 km west of the village Gitgit. It lies at a height of of about 300 meters above sea mirror. You can also visit waterfall Sekumpul at a distance of 45 minutes drive from Lovina. After 350 steps up the stairs, you will see the breathtaking waterfalls Sekumpul. This waterfall is located 1.5 km west of the town Gitgit and has a height of 60 meters.
Menjangan Island (Deer Island):
It is an hour drive to Menjangan Island from the villa. Menjangan Island is a small island, by boat about half an hour, and northwest of Bali and is part of the Indonesian Archipelago. "Menjangan" in Indonesian means "deer". The name was given by the local population by observing herds of wild deer wich swim every spring over a distance of about 2 km to the island. It is a popular diving and snorkeling paradise. On the way to or from the island you can also visit the National Nature Reserve Park, which lies near Menjangan.
Temples: In the village of Banjar you can find the Buddhist temple "Brahma Vihara Arama" from where you have a splendid view. This view is unique in Bali and perhaps in all of Indonesia. If you are planning to visit the temple, wear long pants or a sarong. If you are not well dressed, you can get at the entrance (for a small donation) sarongs to wear during your visit. High in the mountains, about 30 km from Singaraja, in an area of ??unspoilt natural beauty, is the town of Bedugul. The town itself does not have much details, but from there you can visit the most popular Puru Ulun Danu, which lies in Lake Bratan. It is a very much photographed temple on the west side of the lake. For those who are interested in the cultural and historical aspects you can drive via the main road to the town of Singaraja to the place Sangsit. Here is the temple Pura Beji built. Pura Beji is a perfect example of the northern rococo style, with a strange off-angle symmetry. The temple was built with easy editing soft pink sandstone and the walls are decorated with statue`s of demons, snakes and devils. After a few minutes walk in north-easterly direction you will reach the temple Pura Dalem.
Air Panas (Banjar Hot Springs):
The Hot Springs "Air Panas" of Banjar, North Bali, are situated in the middle of the jungle. They are situated in a beautiful tropical garden. It has three pools, from one of which is suitable for swimming. There are jets, which give an invigorating massage. The water is of volcanic origin and has a pleasant constant temperature of 37 degrees Celsius. The water contains sulphide, making it especially ideal for people who suffer from rheumatic diseases. There are showers and changing rooms where you can change clothes. There is a small restaurant.
Dolphins in Bali are swimming in the morning between 6 and 9 a.m. along the coast because of the large shrimp population. There are many dolphins and the chance that you will see these animals is 80%. Through the staff you can book an excursion for the next day. At 6 a.m. the boat will pick you up at the beach right in front of the villa. The price is about 100,000 rph per person. You can then also go snorkeling, but keep in mind that, from the water in the boat to be hoisted. The price for the snorkeling is not included in the spotting price and you will do this conveniently in advance to it agree with the fisherman.
You can join a guided climb at the volcano. You will be picked up at at 03.00 in the morning at the villa. From the foot of the mountain you climb the mountain with a guide. After the climb, you can see a beautiful sunrise and views on the 3100 meter high mountain Gunung Agung, a sacred mountain for the Balinese.
Furthermore Bali has many holidays and impressive traditional and cultural ceremonies.