Great value at $20+ per room. Really relaxing countryside villa. Air conditioning and a pool that you share with 6 other rooms. Really interesting furniture which are also for sale. Best thing about this villa would be the price point for backpackers and tourists transiting between Kuta to Amed and beyond. Roof top veranda was awesome too.
No safe in rooms to keep valuables and TV has only Indonesian programming (better than nothing I guess). Staff (sourced from a nearby village) were helpful and friendly but hampered by their lack of English skills (they are supposedly undertaking English lessons). No management team on site which makes communication sometimes hard. Help is only available from 9am to 9pm. Location is a bit remote, although it is perfect if you want to be surrounded by padi fields, roosters & geckos. Sleep quality was okay but no mosquito netting was provided (despite indications to the contrary on booking website).
Not many alternatives for food, although the local Balinese rice and noodle dishes prepared by the staff were delicious and cheap. Very rudimentray onsite facilites for cooking. Guest fridge needs a good scrubbing down. Pool could be alot cleaner, but I don't think that the pool boy is properly trained to look after it. Otherwise he was an absolute delight to deal with; running errands to get ice, helping with breakfast (toast and coffee/tea), luggage and other odds & ends.
Would be interesting to re-visit a couple of years now to see how things have progressed. Will recommend to budget conscious travelers looking for a countryside getaway or surfers requiring someplace to sleep while dreaming of surf. Would be a great place to rent out all 6 rooms and have your own private villa for $120 a night.
* Wireless network is spotty. Strongest in the main complex and non existent in the adjacent guest house.