Bedrooms

All bedrooms benefit from ensuites which are among the best examples of all fresco bathrooms. Each boasts a sunken stone bathtub and gargoyle showers within a private garden where you can indulge the senses in a warm shower under a star-filled evening sky.

All bedrooms are equipped with DVD players and sound systems can be found throughout the living and dining areas.

The Master Suite

The master suite is enclosed in a private structure at the edge of the property, with a wooden deck atop the riverbank and a comfortable daybed from which to treasure this natural retreat. The interior of the suite is the epitome of modern Chinese luxury, housed beneath a high, dramatic ceiling displaying the intricate craft of alang-alang. The room is dominated by an enormous bed that is headed by a full-length floral wall hanging framed by dark teak beams and a beautiful example of Chinese ceramic work. Overlooking the river is a corner lounge area with soft furnishings and a study room, featuring an impressive vase collection set in built-in wall boxes and a striking golden Buddha lamp.

In keeping with the overall style of the villa, water plays a key role in the opulent design of the ensuite bathroom. The focal point is a teak bale housing a sunken Kerobokan stone bathtub flanked by male and female Pembantu (helper) statues. A rectangular lotus pond with stepping stone access surrounds the bale. At night, with candles, you almost feel like you are floating amongst the lilies as you soak away a hard days relaxing! There is also a shower room, a completely enclosed lawn area for private sunbathing and a separate decked bale, ideal for Ti Chi or meditation.

The second bedroom

The second bedroom is of similar design with twin beds. Sandwiched between the Oriental glass doors of the bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms, are dressing rooms with sunken square basins.

The third bedroom

The second and third bedrooms share an outdoor lounge with natural furnishings and immaculate gardens. Both rooms also boast private terraces, including a breakfasting terrace in the third bedroom. The white washed rooms host examples of Indonesian batik designs and stamps. The second bedroom has a mosquito-canopied king-sized bed mounted on a teak platform and lavished with layers of white cushions.

The fourth bedroom

The fourth bedroom has a sumptuous four-poster bed and the interior design combines a mixture of woods and natural fiber furnishings.

The fifth Bedroom

The structure housing bedroom five has ornate Balinese carved doors, a private seating deck overlooking the river valley and the rice terraces beyond. Furnishings include a teak four-poster and an antique mounted Javanese topeng (mask) set on the writing desk.