Taking its name from a sacred spring, the magnificent six-bedroom villa, known as 'The Beji', rests within 40-are of land, bordered by rice terraces and a river, within walking distance of the beach on Bali's south-western coast. The property is comprised of ten single-storey pavilions, together with one double-storey building, a 27-metre swimming pool, and ornamental ponds, leisurely spread throughout lush, expansive gardens. Constructed of local materials, with ironwood shingle roofs, the style is restful with a fresh cool decor and contemporary furnishings.
Having the landscape bordered by rice terraces and a river, makes The Beji as the best bali private villa for your holiday. You may also find this bali villa is walking distance of Berawa Beach, near Canggu, on Bali's south-western coast. Making this six-bedroom villa is special, right choice for wedding, honeymoon, vacation and also ideal for families and suitable for disabled guest.
The Beji bali villa is comprised of ten single-storey pavilions, together with one double-storey building and facilitated with a 27-metre swimming pool, a series of ornamental ponds, leisurely spread throughout lust, expansive gardens and recreational facilities at the villa (include a tennis court and a gym) has brought The Beji as the perfect place for wedding in Bali.
The contemporary style is restful with a fresh cool decor and modern furnishings. The Beji is also perfect for events and parties.
The elevated, open-sided, living pavilion presides over the garden; its Palimanan stone floor extending onto a timber deck bounded by a cascading wall of water. Embracing a stylish cream and black colour theme, the pavilion is furnished with three yielding sofas, two ottomans and a coffee table, complemented by a coiled stainless steel sculpture and lamp-stand created by local sculptor, Chen of 'Chenergy'. Ideal for entertaining and relaxing, this ample lounge is cooled by natural breezes and paddle ceiling fans. Surround-sound music speakers are fitted in the high roof.
To one side of the Living Pavilion is another deck, with two frangipani trees and an open-air sunken lounge, presenting built-in cushioned seating at a lower level.
The state-of-the-art service kitchen is located behind the dining pavilion, and is fully equipped with everything that the staff need in order to produce delicious Western and Asian meals. Fitted with gleaming appliances, enhanced by black marble and teak, this impressive kitchen is also a professional facility for outside caterers to prepare lavish feasts for weddings, parties and special functions.
Media and library room:
A flight of steps leads from the dining pavilion to the air-conditioned library and media room, located close to the entrance of the property. This is the only room at the villa that is positioned on an upper level. Featuring a teakwood floor, and fitted with a ceiling fan in addition to the air-conditioning, this home-theatre is furnished with L-shaped sofas, ottomans, coffee tables, lamps, and built-in bookshelves. It boasts a wall-mounted, electronically-operated 1.5 metre cinema screen, supported by a hi-tech surround-sound and music system, and a projector for showing movies and DVDs, in addition to satellite TV channels.
Double doors open onto a stone balcony deck, with an enormous daybed and gorgeous views of the rice fields.
Garden and pool:
The gardens encompass a clipped velvety lawn, flanked by a pair of regal feathery palms. The splendid 27 x 10-metre swimming pool is the focal point; it is 2.2 metres deep, with two segregated shallow areas for kids, positioned at either side. The timber pool deck has the appearance of an island, and is furnished with red umbrellas and four, red, triple-sun-lounger-chairs. Speakers positioned beside the pool carry music around the garden. There is also a secluded garden beside the main entrance and dining pavilion, planted with giant taro and white flowering shrub