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3 Bedrooms Villa for Rent in Kerobokan - Kerobokan Accommodation

Price: 3.200.000Rp per dayProperty ID: BBH53221
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    Acc Type
    Short-term Holiday Rental
    Featured Listing
    Property Type
    House
    Price
    3.200.000 Rp
    Rentable
    per day
    Price (USD)
    $220 (approximately)
    Area
    Kerobokan
    Bedrooms
    3
    Minimum Rent
    1 day
    Bathrooms
    3
    Furnished
    Yes
    Floors
    1
    Swimming pool
    1
    Garden
    Yes
    Build year
    2018
    Parking
    1
    Access Road
    Asphalt

    3 Bedrooms Villa for Rent in Kerobokan

    Recently completed and brand new on the market, Villa is a traditional 3 bedroom holiday rental home in the town of Kerobokan. Never further than 10 minutes from the action of neighbouring Seminyak and Canggu, this vacation rental is ideal for those wanting to be close to Bali’s best dining and shopping venues but also away from the central hustle and bustle. Tucked away down a lane fringed by rice paddies, Villa is completely exclusive to its guests, featuring a private 10 meter swimming pool amidst 370 square meters of tropical garden space. Up to six guests can comfortably sleep here at a time, and the villa can even be rented as just a two bedroom home for smaller parties.

    Bedrooms
    Each of the 3 bedrooms of look out to the swimming pool and are inspired by the classic design of Javanese Joglo architecture. Taking a modern twist on the traditional concept, these bedrooms feature open space and columns in the front, steep roofs and enclosed rooms, along with sliding glass doors and chic wooden walls. The first bedroom boasts a four-poster, queen-size bed in its center, enveloped in white mosquito netting and bordered by twin lanterns. Behind the bed’s headboard is a partition separating the air conditioned room from the en-suite bathroom, where you will find a single sink, WC and shower alcove styled in grey-blue tiles.

    The second bedroom is located just next door to the first room in another standalone structure. Also featuring a canopy queen-size bed and air conditioning, this room is styled with Indonesian artefacts and an antique chest along one of its wall. In the same fashion, the en-suite bathroom is located behind the partition wall and is identical in layout as the first, featuring a shower, sink and WC, as well as wardrobe space to store your personal belongings.

    The third and final bedroom is located in between the first two bedrooms and the communal living pavilion. Furnished with a queen-size bed, dual bedside tables, lamps and air conditioning, the third bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom, this one behind a separating partition to the side of the bed. Guests can enjoy a shower, sink, storage shelves and WC. High quality bath towels and blankets are also available in each of the three rooms for guests’ personal comfort.

    Living areas
    Lots of lounging options await you at Villa. Choose between comfy daybeds and reclining chairs next to the pool, or retreat from the sun into the villa’s main living room. Open to the natural air on both sides of the room, this living space boasts a six person dining table under a dramatic chandelier, along with a cozy sofa lounge with a three-person couch and two single reading chairs. Here you will also find a flatscreen TV, international channels and a DVD player for all of your entertainment needs.

    On the other end of the room is the villa’s fully-equipped kitchen, complete with a stovetop, refrigerator, coffee maker, water dispenser and cooking cutlery and utensils. During your stay at , the manager will be happy to arrange services of all kinds for you and your group, including home cooked meals, poolside massages and day trips to other destinations around the island. Don’t worry about renting a car or negotiating for prices either; there is always a driver on standby to escort you from one destination to the next.

    At such an affordable price and convenient location, its a win-win for families and friends travelling to the south of Bali!

    Our services:
    - airport transfer at additional cost
    - babysitter at additional cost
    - chef for lunch and dinner at extra cost
    - daily house keeping

    Facilities:
    - private swimming pool
    - safe deposit box
    - WiFi

    We couldn't get the exact location for this Kerobokan accommodation so the map location might not be 100% correct.

    Kerobokan Accommodation

    Kerobokan is a town in the Badung Regency of Bali. Like with many area’s in the South of Bali, there are no clear borders where Kerobokan stars and Canggu ends. Kerobokan is north of Seminyak and Umalas, northeast from Canggu and west from Denpasar, which are all easily accessible from Kerobokan. Kerobokan unfortunately is most well known for ‘Hotel K’ aka Kerobokan Prison. Other than that, Kerobokan itself provides long term rentals for many expats as well as locals and there are also quite some luxury villas, cafes and restaurants. Bali Budget Housing’s office is located in Kerobokan, we very much enjoy the area and highly recommend it if you want to live in Bali.

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