In October and November of 2013, my wife and I stayed with Made and Ayu and their son Alit for three delightful weeks, after which we moved to five free nights at the Tjampuhan. We came back to visit every day at Nirwa. The Tjampuhan has better water pressure, and it's certainly pretty, but their food is terrible, and the basic clientèle seemed extremely boring after the typical travelers we met at Nirwa. (And Nirwa's wi-fi was far better!) We loved the bungalow, the breakfasts, the frog concert at night, and especially the hosts, who are absolutely lovely people. If you want to be in Bali, this is the place. This was our fourth trip to Bali, and we'd definitely stay here again, even though we've always had good luck with accommodations in Ubud.
PS: no car access, you have to walk in from Jalan Raya or the fields on a small paved path, but it's a very quick shot to the heart of Ubud from there. And you're right in the rice fields, which is a splendid place to pass time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nirwa Homestay is a family owned business in Ubud, set in the rice fields. just 5 minute to center of ubud [ 0.3 mile to center of ubud .located in the country side / rice field , but close to center of ubud . ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nirwa Homestay Hotel Ubud
- Nirwa Ubud Homestay Bali