Villa Plawa is a classic Bali luxury villa providing a taste of authenticity and charm and a tranquil haven right in the heart of Seminyak. Spacious old-growth gardens make it a perfect place to relax, in an oasis of flower-filled calm, amidst the hustle and bustle of Bali’s most chic shopping, dining and nightlife district.
Newly renovated in late 2013, Plawa combines classic Balinese “kampung” architecture with modern-day convenience. This very substantial Bali villaproperty offers 4 full bedrooms and is on an unusually large piece of land for a Seminyak villa – over a quarter of an acre in size. The villa itself was carefully constructed around magnificent, old coconut and mango trees. Scattered through this Balinese “forest” are various living and bedroom pavilions, a small Hindu temple and a private swimming pool with a hardwood deck.
Within walking distance:
Villa Plawa is located in central Seminyak, about 1500 meters from Seminyak beach and landmark restaurants such as Chez Gado-Gado, Anantara andLa Plancha. A five-minute walk away is the Seminyak high street, with its extensive variety of boutique shopping and dining opportunities and restaurants such as Sip wine bar, Bali deli, and Mama-san (the 2nd restaurant by the creators of Sarong). North Seminyak’s newest dining and shopping destinations are a five-minute car ride away.
The property also offers quick access to the Sunset Road, the high-speed route that connects the airport (approximately ten kilometers away) with both the east and west sides of the island. Followed north it will also take you to the cultural center of the island, Ubud, or the iconic Tanah lot, famous for both its island temple and the spectacular neighboring, Greg Norman-designed golf course, Nirwana.
Well signed, and easily accessible for any friends who may visit, the villa is the perfect staging point for friends and family ready to explore everything Bali has to offer.
Villa Plawa has four guest bedrooms. All have king-sized teak beds, ultra-comfortable mattresses, teak or other tropical-wood wardrobes, dual reading lamps.
Each bedroom also has its own ensuite bathroom with granite counters, twin basin vanity basins, large mirrors and generous marble-clad showers.
Following traditional Balinese architectural style, the kitchen is located within its own individual building, just a few meters from the main structure of the villa. The cozy but well-appointed kitchen has all the modern conveniences and a large counter that bridges through to the adjacent open-air dining room.
The villa’s living pavilion is the social center of the house, placed between the swimming pool to the north and the dining pavilion to the south.
Open on three sides, with a high-pitched alang-alang roof, the living pavilion enjoys marvelous day- and night-time breezes (ceiling fans are also there to assist), and it is just steps away from the swimming pool whenever it’s time for your next refreshing dip.
The dining room has three sides open to the flower-filled gardens and is furnished with a large antique hardwood dining table that comfortably seats ten people. After dinner coffee in the villa’s living room is just steps away.
Living spaces and “destinations” to rest and relax are found throughout the property, including a tropical-hardwood sundeck and aprivate swimming pool.
The elegant pavilion actually contains two distinct living areas, each with its own large sofas, loungers and art. One is centered around a 61-inch flat-screen TV and home theater offerings dozens of channels of satellite TV. The villa also possesses an extensive library of DVDs. The other living area, with its large built-in, L-shaped couch, comfortable seating and Balinese day bed, is perfect for entertaining, socializing, or just lazing around.
The property is over a quarter of an acre in size, and the villa itself was carefully constructed around magnificent, old-growth coconut and mango trees, some of which are now more than 30 meters (100 feet) tall.
The villa is surrounded by carefully nurtured tropical lushness. Every corner, every wall is bursting with greenery. The island’s rich volcanic soil supports a huge range of plants and flowers that will enchant you every day you stay with us.
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LOW SEASON: January 09th to June 30th – September 16th to December 19th – Excluding Easter, Chinese New Year and Nyepi
HIGH SEASON : July – September 01st to 15th – Easter Week – Nyepi
PEAK SEASON: August – December 20th to January 8th – Chinese New Year
INCLUDED IN OUR PRICES
– Pick up and transfer from the airport to villa and from villa to airport in private air-conditioned car
– Exclusive use of the whole villa and private swimming pool
– Free Wi-Fi (please note that the connection is 1.5MB, which is good for Bali — what we refer to on-island as “Bali Band”)
– Dedicated staff, including daily housekeepers, cook, gardeners and security
– Complimentary mineral water
– All bedrooms are air-conditioned and also have ceiling fans
– 24-hour reception/security