Bali Lush - an eco eco farm stay
Bungalow | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Nestled amongst the rice terraces of Bali, Bali lush is a unique farm stay, combining traditional Indonesian architecture with modern comforts. The concept is simple, be apart of authentic rural Balinese life while enjoying your own private resort style facilities
Bali Lush if for those travellers with shared values of learning about another culture and getting to know people with a different heritage. It's also about communing with nature and an opportunity to learn how we draw our sustenance from the soil.
Most of all Bali Lush is about getting in touch with yourself, a chance to slow down, listen to the birds, feel the breeze, eat vegetables that you have just picked yourself and wake up in the morning to those glorious rice paddy views
You'll be staying in a Gladak, an antique teak cabin imported from the island of Java. These adorable cabins have a long history and each one it's own unique personality.
Your room can be arranged as a King or twin room. Please let us know prior to arrival what configuration you would like.
You'll enjoy luxurious 400TC white sateen cotton sheets, a handmade patchwork Guatemalan quilt two pillows for each person. A gift basket of handmade shower bathing products per room.
We have a portable cot available with advanced notice.
Your room comes with air conditioning, flat screen television, DVD player with a wide selection of DVD's available to watch. A small library of interesting books will keep you engaged by the pool.
You have access to all of the following
Heart shaped swimming pool
Large antique thatched roof day bed known as a Bale. If you would like the option of sleeping out just ask and we can set up your mosquito net and bedding in the Bale.
Fruit orchard, we invite you to pick and eat your own fruit direct from the tree. Just ask Adi and he'll be happy to get a refreshing coconut down for you to enjoy.
Organic, pesticide free, heirloom variety vegetable gardens.
Private river access
Heritage Rice paddy
Coconut and papaya grove
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Staffed property|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Safe|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
Availability Your dates are available
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27 Aug 2014
"Perfect authentic Balinese experience"
We came to Bali Lush to relax and enjoy our first holiday in a long long while and to take in the beauty of Bali's typical landscape with it's jungles and rice paddies. At the same time we w… More
6 May 2014
"A truly amazing and spectacular experience."
From the early morning plung in the heart shaped pool. To the sumpsuis meal. The lovely staff who were ther at every turn.,the friendly Bali smiles the beautiful flower and vegetable gardens. Dinner prepared from afor mention gardens.
Not to mention the spectacular views in every direction.
The exceptional accommodations.
Truly an experience not to be missed. Bali lush is the real Bali.
Enjoy a fabulous true Bali experience.
5 May 2014
"Breath Taking Location right in the middle of the famous Bali Rice Terraces"
The minute I arrived with my nephew, I was absolutely stunned by the spectacular view. The property it located right in the middle of the rice fields of Bali. I can see why it's called Bali Lush.… More
22 Apr 2014
"Looking for real Bali eperience"
I stayed for 3 night only, but got the chance to explore the local village. I have no Indonesian language but had to problems understanding much from the locals. I loved just walking along the road and through the village Malik Yung, I think is the spelling. The people were just so friendly and interested in seeing a strange Aussie person. We were taken on a fantastic drive along the mountain roads, rough but exciting. We stopped and explored around an amazing temple. The food was really first class. Fruit platters each day and eggs and bacon for breakfast. The eggs came from the farm chicken and I got to help gather them both days.
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