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We discovered Temple Café 4 years ago and loved it. Every year we go back to what we now call our little home base by the sea. For me, it is like going back to a "pension de famille". The staff are lovely and do...More
We stayed in one of the cottages facing the water and islands. Had a lovely stay the owner Shirley was always available and her staff Angie and others were great also.
They were friendly and very efficient.
We had most of our meals, drinks and...More
Thank John G
Response from balihoney, Owner at Temple Cafe & Seaside CottagesResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for you nice review. It was a pleasure having you and your lovely wife stay with us loved your sense of humor. We are happy guests are enjoying our new dinning area by the sea with our new bale. Cheers Shirley
If you are looking for a Balinese experience, this place is ideal, thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. Its not 5 star but it is cheap, most of all very clean and with its own restaurant/café it was so convenient. the staff can speak English as...More
Thank Matanoanoa H
Response from balihoney, Owner at Temple Cafe & Seaside CottagesResponded 2 February 2018
Thank you for your positive review. It was a pleasure having you stay with us. Cheers Shirley
Went here in last minute booking, due to the sudden urge to have a holiday. The cottage is nice, it was clean and neat, a mixture of modern touch and traditional style. Located in the seaside area, this cottage has its own beach area where...More
Response from balihoney, Owner at Temple Cafe & Seaside CottagesResponded 13 January 2018
Thank you for your informative review regarding my staff it helps me to rectify and improve things. You may be correct when they crushed the ice didn't pay enough attention to the plastic bag. Slow service is maybe due to the fact that we are...More
Hi...there are no beaches in the real sense however there are some nice secluded areas where you can swim... a day trip by boat to White Sand Beach is a must. If you visit the lagoon at the northern end of Candidasa and seek... More
Hi...there are no beaches in the real sense however there are some nice secluded areas where you can swim... a day trip by boat to White Sand Beach is a must. If you visit the lagoon at the northern end of Candidasa and seek out Komang ( pronounced Kormung) he can take you to White Sand Beach in his traditional fishing boat and wait for you and bring you back while you enjoy a beautiful day swimming, sunbaking, having massage (if you like) and eating at one of the many cafes ( warungs) who provide a variety of drinks and food to suit all tastes. Boat trip each way is about 20 minutes and you can look back onto the island of Bali and perhaps get a great view of Mt Agung