Villa Bayad is a spacious, luxurious 4 bedroom villa, designed by Popo Danes, one of the most reknowned architects in Southeast Asia. The villa is traditionally laid out as a compound, the 4 bedrooms being separate houses beside the main house, all connected by flower-covered pergolas. From every room there is a beautiful view across the surrounding rice terasses to Bali’s sacred vulcano in the horizon.
Surrounded by 8000 m2 garden, laid out as sloping terrasses and bordered by a small river, you will constantly experience the amazing touch of undisturbed nature. Moving through jungle-like vegetation, you will arrive at the traditional gate and lobby, where the magnificent view of the garden and the ricefields awaits you.
In the garden there are numerous coconut palms and fruit trees, and the organicly grown vegetable- and herb-
gardens supply the villa’s household.
The spacious living- and dining area opens up to a large veranda, surrounded by flower covered, multi-level fishponds and flanked by two comfortable bales, where you can relax, listening to the sprinkling water and enjoying the beautiful view. An open, fully equipped kitchen is ready for the staff to prepare your meals on your request - or you can use the
kitchen yourself, if you prefer to cook your own meals. In the main house you also find an airconditioned mediaroom / library with the best of audio- and video-equipment.
The Tenganan House
This is the largest bedroom, tile thatched, styled and named after the the pictoresque Bali Aga village near the east Bali coast. Standing on columns, overlooking the main pool, it is right on the brink of the lower garden area. The breezy high perched veranda offers a close view over the rice paddies to the mountain in the distance. This house has a large queensize bed and a spacious walk-in closet. It is possible to supply with an extra bed if needed. The parltly open bathroom, floored with natural stone tiles, offers two washbasins, WC and shower cabin. Directly connected is a beautiful open, walled spa-area, covered by a traditional bale in the middle of a
The Klung Kung House
This house is styled and named after the old royal town in the center of east Bali. It is located closest to the main house and has the loveliest view to the ricefields from it’s veranda. The bedroom has a hardwood floor and is fitted with a queen size bed (with dividable mattresses if needed), a walk in closet and a TV with DVD-player. The partly open bathroom, floored with natural stone tiles, offers two washbasins, WC and shower cabin. It is possible to supply with an extra bed if needed. This house is also connected to the spa area.
The Ubud House
This house is styled and named after the nearby town - Bali’s cultural center. The bedroom has a hardwood floor and is fitted with a queen size bed (with dividable mattresses if needed), and a TV with DVD-player. The bathroom, floored with natural stone tiles, offers two washbasins, WC and shower cabin. In addition, it has a small walled garden with an open air shower. It is possible to supply with an extra bed if needed.
The Singaraja House
This house is styled and named after the former capital and trading town on Bali’s north coast. The bedroom has a hardwood floor and is fitted with a queen size bed (with dividabe mattresses if needed), and a TV with DVD-player. The bathroom, floored with turquise coloured terazzo, offers two washbasins, WC and shower cabin, as well as a small walled garden with an open air shower. It is possible to supply with an extra bed if needed. The Ubud- and the Singaraja Houses share a private open air fully equipped kitchen- and dining-bale, as well as a private spring-water fed plunge pool and pool-deck.
The Main House
This house offers a large living- and dining area as well as a fully equipped open kitchen. An adjoining kitchen store is fitted with a side-by-side fridge/freeser and a microwave oven.
The living- and dinig area has a natural stone floor and a spectacular cathedral-like traditional ceiling. It is furnished with spacious sitting areas, a 10 seat dining table and multiple artwork. The rooms opens through folding doors towards a spacious natural stone floored veranda, all surrounded by water lily-covered, terrassed fishponds and with two flanking traditional bales offering breezy, shady relaxation. The airconditioned mediaroom/library has a hardwood floor, is fitted with a built-in sofa and coffeetable and offers the best of audio and video equipment. A tastefully decorated guest powderroom is also located in the main house.