The place is amazing, hidden inside the florest. The little restaurant is delicious and we had a really nice candle dinner under the moonlight with great typical balinese food. The rice fields and coffea plantations nearby are amazing and Dewa, Wayan and Mba (staff members) are all so kind and nice. I recommand that place if you like nature and learn more about balinese culture. We also went in the sunday school to speak with the children and we will probably help them in the future.
I was looking for a hideaway from the tourist buzz and the maddening crowded life at Kuta, south Bali, and I found it not far from Pupuan on the way to Seririt, at Kebun Kita Villa.
Kebun Kita Villa at Padangan Village is a collection of four eco-preserved Javanese Gladak wooden houses specially brought from Gunung Kidul that the owner has has adapted and refit on cement foundations and positioned over terraced slopes in order to offer each home amazing unobstructed views of the surrounding lush hills.
Each villas is fully made of wood and has a big open space, with glass everywhere, semi-outdoor bathroom open to nature and comprising stones and natural features and Western standard bathroom amenities. The villas are equipped with shower and bathroom amenities, safety box, king size bed. The manager Dewi is a friendly man very passionate about the place.
The house I got accommodated in was special, it fits perfectly with the environment of this hidden place. My room was so nice and full of peaceful tunes, and from the room window glasses and the balcony I immediately embraced the resort infinity garden. I was mesmerized.
Highly recommended for your real feel of Bali!
Amazing place! Beautiful and quiet. Hard to find but worth it. Really friendly staff with a great luxury room. Food was really good and everything is sourced organically from the jungle below! A great little get away spot for some peace. Highly recommended. The drive there through mountains is equally as pretty! Passing lots of rice fields and temples. They have hammocks!
Best place to escape from the crowd, start with the fresh air and greens area. Wake up call by bird song start the awesome day, jogging track pass on coffe garden and rice field with warm smile local people's. don't miss the breakfast, best Balinese coffe with traditional cake laklak. Left the afternoon with comfy hammock and hear the voice of water from the river. It's perfect escape.
Located tucked away at Coffee Plantation, wooden gladak house in nicely set up with view. Friendly staff and have tasty limited Indonesian Food, some vegetables and Tropical fruits produced by own garden. Bed is comfortable, 4 pillows and cotton linen.
We have experienced trekking to Coffee plantation, rice terrace and saw view of Mount Batukaru, it's Awesome. I love every morning - birds sang for a wake up call. It's back to Nature experience and definetely be back.