Villa Bayuh Sabbha
from £1567 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £1567 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Apartment / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 10 Home 317867
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Apartment / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 10
It’s not hard to understand why Bayuh Sabbha is such a popular wedding venue. Perched on a cliff-top 50m above an endless sea with Bali’s coastline lying out hazily beyond, it boasts some of the most stunning views on the island. You can even see the twinkling lights of easternmost Java at night. Grassy lawns, edge-of-cliff sunset balés, breezy living and dining pavilions and a pair of almond-shaped infinity swimming pools make the means for admiring these panoramic views effortless as they unfold readily beneath a cloud-scudded sky. Then there are the characters that play out on this stage; surfers tacking the swell below, boats bobbing along in the blue and fishermen casting their lines out to sea.
Complementing these stunning vistas is the villa’s gorgeous tropical garden – a delight in itself - that bursts with every type of exotic plant and tree imaginable, in every colour and shade. Dropping their iconic pink, yellow and white flowers like confetti in the swimming pools and over the soft grassy lawns are gnarled frangipani trees. Crimson torch ginger flowers burst from the side of the dining room whilst baby pink lotus blooms rise from a sea of lily pads and tall acorn-headed rushes in the pond. Prickly bougainvillea in pinks, reds and peaches claw up trees alongside coloured hibiscus and pretty white jasmine that burst from the many borders fringing the lush sea-view lawn.
Spread over 1.5 hectares, Bayuh Sabbha comprises a three-bedroom residence and a two-bedroom residence – each with its own living and dining areas, swimming pool and kitchen – connected by a short grassy walkway. In total, nine separate constructions make up the villa so there’s plenty of space for the big groups and family gatherings that it suits best. The villa is fully-staffed, including a cook (groceries on guest account plus 25% service charge), and additional facilities in the villa include a study, a gym, a tennis court and a media room which can be converted into a sixth bedroom, if required (and has its own bathroom). Sit-down weddings of up to 150 guests can be hosted and, as the sun sets beyond the westernmost balé and the stars begin to light up the sky, this is an extraordinarily magical place to be.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 6 Family bathrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Private indoor pool|
|Pool||Private indoor pool|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Furniture||Double beds (5)|
|Outdoors||Private indoor pool|
|Access||Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Bali region
Bali is Indonesia's most popular tourist location and is considered one of Asia's premier tropical island destinations. Steeped in history and renowned for its artistic way of life, Bali is a peaceful contrast to some of the more frantic destinations Asia has to offer.
The inner peace and creative talents of the Balinese has attracted artists the world over fascinated by local dancers, silversmiths, wood carvers, potters and painters that seem to pervade throughout the island. The abundant verdant fields and surrounding sea have long supplied Bali with an easy surplus of food leaving time for life's more artistic past times. As a result everything in Bali has a creative and religious element centred around the local Banjar (residents association) – little, adorned temples are everywhere, doors are covered in intricate carvings, huge kites ward off evil spirits and colourful roadside ceremonies bring traffic to a standstill.
Bali is a popular destination principally from Australia and Asia but also from all over Europe. The island welcomes thousands of visitors each year to a relaxing lifestyle, stunning beaches, world class surf, vibrant villages, and spectacular scenery all with an exquisite tropical climate. Located approximately two hours' flying time from Singapore the island is serviced by an international airport at Denpasar with direct flights to and from many major cities in Asia, Europe and Australia and many more via Jakarta, Indonesia's capital.
The island offers an impressive range of leisure and lifestyle amenities including world-class golf courses, wonderful seascapes for surfing, diving and snorkelling as well as luxurious spas, chic boutiques, tropical forests, towering volcanoes and international cuisine.
The Bukit (which means 'hill' in Indonesian) is a 140-square-kilometre rugged limestone peninsula that dangles like a pendant upon a chain at the southern tip of Bali. Until recently, this windswept outcrop - revered by the Balinese who have built a series of temples around its perimeter, including the spectacular Pura Luhur Uluwatu - was home solely to seaweed farmers, fisherman and die-hard surfers. In recent years, however, it has reinvented itself to become the most upmarket destination on the island.
The Bukit now boasts some of Bali's most opulent destination villas, glamorous private estates, internationally-branded boutique hotels, and 'One of Asia's 5 Best Golf Courses' according to Fortune Magazine, making it the area of choice for discerning travellers and residents. Most development has taken place along the isthmus connecting The Bukit to the rest of Bali, with the beautiful sunsets and sandy beaches of Jimbaran to the west and Benoa Harbour to the east. Further along the coast to the east, are a string of resorts and hotels set along the pretty swimming beaches of Nusa Dua.
Despite recent development, The Bukit remains sparsely populated and has retained a desolate beauty. Its turquoise waters are the playground of migrating whales, and when the waves are calm and the tide is full, turtles and dugongs can be seen swimming close to the shore. The rocky landscape is dotted with wild flowers, manioc, prickly pear cactus, scarlet flowering flamboyants and fascinating kapok trees. The Bukit is also home to some of the most idyllic beaches in Bali; hidden sandy coves – a dream for both surfers and non-surfers alike (although not always safe for swimming). Even in the rainy season The Bukit is a reliable sun-trap.
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