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The Mood is a two-storey building comprising two bedrooms upstairs and an L-shaped, open-plan, living and dining room below with a kitchen, bar and separate staff kitchen. The downstairs area is surrounded by bi-fold floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead out to a large deck and swimming pool.

The dining area has a majestic eight-seater dining table placed under a stunning modern candelabra. To the side is a wooden sideboard with a mirror. The living area is characterised by massive sofas, which could easily seat up to 20 people, set facing a 60-inch satellite-channel TV and DVD player, plus a Mini Mac containing hundreds of movies and TV programmes. Two glass tabletops rest upon a pair of solid stone blocks to form coffee tables in front of the sofas. Along one wall is an intricately carved Indonesian screen inlaid with mirrors, while funky lamps complete the scene. The separate kitchen is designed mainly for staff use but comes fully equipped.

In front of the dining area is a terrace, sheltered by a roof and furnished with two pairs of chairs beside small tables. Adjacent is a lily and bulrush pond with bubbling water features, and a teakwood deck upon which rest two pairs of teak sun loungers and sun shades. The decking extends around the corner of the building in an L-shape with a balé bengong (relaxation pavilion) at the corner and a swimming pool on the other side overlooking a green valley to the sea. The 13m lap pool has views of the ocean in one direction and of a deep, jungle-clad valley at the other; home to a clan of monkeys.

Guests at The Mood also have full use of estate's communal facilities which include a fully equipped gym, a spa and a cliff-top restaurant and bar, all situated around the stunning communal pool. The gym provides great work-out views, while the treatment areas at the adjacent spa also face out into the blue. At the very front of the estate, above the cliff, is the bar and covered dining area where non-acrophobic guests can gaze down to the crating surf below through reinforced glass floor plates.

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