Villa Tamu Seseh Bali Ricefield View Villas - Canggu - Price range: US$ 100 - US$ 300
Like your holidays, Tamu Seseh began as a dream. Set in beautiful rice fields on the southwest coast of Bali, Tamu Seseh takes you back to the very essence of this beautiful tropical island. Your private pool villa is architecturally inspired by the surrounding village, with contemporary luxuries beyond your expectations. Available in a variety of configurations, from one to seven bedrooms, this collection of villas is the ultimate in dream holiday locations. A private staff of eight includes your own chef. Ricefields stretching to the horizon. Beaches and temples, traditional village life. No hawkers. No hassles. Your holiday, your dream of Bali.
Luxury facilities, all you need for the perfect Bali vacation
A collection of private pool villas available in different configurations, from one to seven bedrooms. Each has its own open thatch roofed living and dining pavilion with fully equipped kitchen. Every villa features a private swimming pool. Air conditioned bedroom suites are equipped with beautiful teak queen size four poster beds. Each suite opens to a private garden courtyard bathroom with showers amongst the ferns and bathtubs under the stars. Each villa has a unique elevated relaxation pavilion with daybeds providing stunning views across the ricefields towards the sea. An in-room safe, CD and DVD players, satellite TV and mountain bikes for exploring the local area are included with each villa. Laundry service is available at extra charge. Massage and spa services are available by appointment.
Villa 2 comprises three buildings - an open-sided living and dining pavilion, an elevated relaxation pavilion and a third building that houses two bedrooms, each with an en-suite garden bathroom.
The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors leading from a small courtyard. Here, two Balinese statues rest in a serene lotus pond, with three trickling water spouts.
Six towering coconut palms line the garden of the villa, which is walled on three sides and dominated by a raised, open-sided living and dining pavilion. This raised pavilion features a soaring 'alang alang' thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool, and it is furnished with cushioned wicker sofas and chairs, a coffee table, and a dining table with comfortable sofa seating. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a black terrazzo bar and is complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player. High stools line the bar, which is ornamented with colored tiles.
In the garden, a white Palimanan stone patio is furnished with four pool loungers and two umbrellas beside a 12 x 4 meter lap pool; a barbeque is situated behind the umbrellas. A timber walkway runs across the flat lawn, and one end of the garden - unbroken by walls or borders - opens into the rice fields. Primitive-style Indonesian wood carvings add to the character of the magnificent setting.
A flight of steps leads up to the top storey of the elevated bale relaxation pavilion. Complete with timber deck and encompassed by a wooden balustrade with a built-in cushioned sofa, this enchanting relaxation pavilion literally overhangs the rice fields. Guests will be treated to a magnificent view of rural Bali, through coconut groves to the crashing surf of the Indian Ocean. The upper storey of the bale is furnished with a tiled table and a TV cabinet with satellite TV and DVD player. A telephone is provided so that guests can order food and drinks without having to move. There is additional poolside seating on the lower deck of the bale, where there is also a toilet and outdoor shower.
The two bedrooms are accessed by a pair of bridges over a bulrush pond. Each air-conditioned bedroom is a mirror image of the other featuring a cool terrazzo floor, a canopied queen-size four-poster bed and a cushioned daybed. Sliding glass doors allow the cool breezes to permeate and ceiling fans provide additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. Local artwork adorns the walls and boat-shaped lamps illuminate the pitched roof. Double antique doors lead from each bedroom into the en-suite garden bathrooms. Almost identical, each is set within a private walled courtyard complete with a rustic table and seat. 'His and hers' washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest upon grey terrazzo washstands, sheltered by the eaves of the roof and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. Each garden bathroom is planted with shrubs, ferns, palms and heliconias, and boasts a sunken green tiled bathtub approached by four steps below a decoratively carved plaque. Stepping stones lead across loose pebbles to an outdoor shower, its wall set with colourful textured tiles. Last but not least, the toilet is hidden in a sheltered corner.
A connecting door links Villa 2 to Villa 3, providing a four-bedroom facility, if required.
An ideal location for special events in Bali
Tamu Seseh is the perfect backdrop for commitment ceremonies, weddings, corporate events, retreats or just gatherings of families and friends. If booked in its entirety, Tamu Seseh provides accommodation for up to 12 adults and six or more children, with living pavilions expansive enough to host a dinner party for all. From an intimate ceremony for two, up to an elaborate function for 50, Tamu Seseh with its stunning backdrop of ricefields and distant surf, embodies all that is romantic and tranquil about Bali. Similarly, corporate retreats, special interest groups and a family gathering or friends reunion will find Tamu Seseh a breathtaking setting for their events. We can arrange every aspect of your ceremony, gathering, reception or event. Bamboo torches in the ricefields? Flowers floating in the pool? An Indonesian feast for guests?
An idyllic holiday location in the ricefields of Bali
At the end of a winding road through the rice fields is a beach, and a traditional Balinese fishing village called Seseh. Just 20 minutes from Seminyak, on the southwest coast, Tamu Seseh is close to the ancient temple of Tanah Lot and is conveniently located for golf at nearby Bali Nirwana Resort and with easy access to the mountain areas of the island and many of Bali's famous surf breaks.
Enjoy a holiday in a location of unparalleled tranquility, surrounded by the sounds of crashing waves amid a sea of rice. Enjoy sunny days and warm tropical nights, in casual luxury with state of the art pleasures and sumptuous local and western dishes served in your private, thatched dining pavilion.
Villa Tamu Seseh Bali - Villa Rates
Validity: until 31 March 2013
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
All rates are quoted in USD with the following benefits:
- Refreshing welcome drinks or fruit upon arrival
- Daily Continental breakfast
All rates are subject to 21% government tax & service charge.
- High & Peak Season Periods
High season period: July 15 - 31, September 1 - 15, Chinese New Year & Easter Week.
Peak season period: August 1 - 31 and December 20 - January 8.
Minimum stay: LOW season: 2 nights; HIGH season: 3 nights; PEAK season: 5 nights.