Step away from the buzz of Seminyak and into the calming atmosphere of Villa Taramille. Located in the central but less populated district of Kerobokan, this brand new villa is within a 10 minute drive to the beach and attractions of Seminyak and Canggu, yet secluded enough to feel like you’ve escaped the crowds. A tantalizing fusion of traditional Javanese Joglo architecture and rustic chic interior design, Villa Taramille beckons you in and tempts you to spend all of your Bali days lazing poolside in the privacy of your own home. Consisting of three separate living pavilions and four bedrooms in total, this villa can accommodate up to eight guests comfortably at a time.
The Master Bedroom
Though each of the four rooms are almost identical in design, the master bedroom stands apart from the rest for its glorious jacuzzi set in an outdoor garden. A white ceramic tub set on a platform of light grey and white tiles, this setting invites you to relax and enjoy a unique bathing experience amidst the tropical breezes. The indoor portion of the bathroom boasts a shower alcove, double sinks and wardrobe space.
Every room at Villa Taramille, including the master suite, is furnished with a comfy king-size bed adorned in soft white linens, canopy mosquito nets and glass lanterns. Two of the rooms are located side-by-side on one side of the pool, while the other two are located directly opposite in a separate Joglo bungalow. Equipped with air conditioning and en-suites with showers and closets, each room is designed to provide guests with their own haven within the villa.
Outdoor & Pool Area
The aqua blue swimming pool is 12 meters in length and offers a shallow wading area along with a deep section to dive into. Steps away is another one of Taramille’s social hangout spots, a three-sofa lounge situated around a low-lying coffee table — the perfect to chill out, read and take siestas in between dips in the pool. Poolside you will also be delighted by the eight reclining sun beds, one for each guest! Tucked back in the corner is a thatched-roof gazebo, styled with lighting, cushions and shear curtains for when you want to keep the elements out.
The entrance to the villa leads you down a narrow path lined by flowering bougainvillea vines and into the main, open-sided living pavilion. This space is well-suited for convening all together as a group, whether it be in the TV and sofa lounge on one side of the room, or the long wooden dining table set the room’s central pergola. A fully-equipped kitchen resides on the other end, complete with an oven, stovetop, refrigerator and cooking cutlery.