Villas in Indonesia

Indonesia’s dizzying array of cultures, cuisines, landscapes and seascapes is quite possibly unmatched by anywhere else in the world. The myriad islands – more than 17,000 in fact – that make up this heady, steamy, vibrant archipelago speckle across the equator for nearly 5,000km. A third of these ocean-ringed islands are completely uninhabited, which must surely be a trailblazers dream.

Travellers have been drawn to this mystical region for centuries. More than a thousand years ago traders from as far away as China were sailing to the aromatic Spice Islands of Indonesia, and this precious commodity drew the Europeans in the sixteenth century too. Fast forward a few centuries and this corner of the globe is still a hotspot for foreigners who visit today for its raw beauty and rich culture rather than the spices that pepper its delicious cuisine.

Two of the loveliest islands within Indonesia’s stunning archipelago are Bali and Lombok, each of which comes with its own special charms. Whilst Bali’s cosmopolitan vibe is far removed from Lombok’s quiet, barely developed tourist trade, each island boasts dreamy beaches, volcanic landscapes, fabulous diving, charming culture and gentle, welcoming people.

Straddling the equator, Indonesia has two main seasons – wet between October and April and dry for the rest of the year – with slight geographical variations. The wet season is by no means intolerable, as storms tend to come in sudden bursts in between long spells of sunshine. The Christmas holiday period traditionally attracts a horde of visitors. And, given what awaits them on these unique and exotic islands, this is surely of no surprise.

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Villas in Indonesia by region

Bali, Lombok
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The Iman Villa

The Iman Villa

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Canggu

Brand new at the time of our visit in March 2015, The Iman Villa was positively gleaming with its shiny new appliances and we had great fun with the electric blinds and discovering the joys of Apple TV.  The flat white buildings reminded us of Greece, but instead of overlooking the Aegean, we were afloat in a sea of verdant rice fields.  Low garden walls topped in pink bougainvillea make for an endless blue sky and views that go on forever. The gracefully terraced lawns mimic the adjacent rice fields and created the feeling of being very much a part of the natural environment, whether floating in the pool or lying on the bed of the master bedroom, looking through the spotless windows.

We found the staff highly professional, wonderfully friendly and always happy for a chat, while meals were so fabulous that we wanted to kidnap the chef!  With a background in fine dining restaurants and cruise ships, and a true love for the art of cooking, every meal exceeded our expectations.  We didn’t try the Brazilian barbecue, but have no doubt that is excellent, and we feel utterly compelled to recommend the quesadillas, grilled red snapper and the sublime chocolate volcano cake.

Finally, we loved the sense of getting away from it all, even though, in reality we weren’t really so far away at all.
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From $900 ++ Special 4br Rate

Bedrooms 5

Sleeps 8

Our
Rating 8.5
Guest Rating 0.9

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The Iman Villa

The Iman Villa

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Canggu

Brand new at the time of our visit in March 2015, The Iman Villa was positively gleaming with its shiny new appliances and we had great fun with the electric blinds and discovering the joys of Apple TV.  The flat white buildings reminded us of Greece, but instead of overlooking the Aegean, we were afloat in a sea of verdant rice fields.  Low garden walls topped in pink bougainvillea make for an endless blue sky and views that go on forever. The gracefully terraced lawns mimic the adjacent rice fields and created the feeling of being very much a part of the natural environment, whether floating in the pool or lying on the bed of the master bedroom, looking through the spotless windows.

We found the staff highly professional, wonderfully friendly and always happy for a chat, while meals were so fabulous that we wanted to kidnap the chef!  With a background in fine dining restaurants and cruise ships, and a true love for the art of cooking, every meal exceeded our expectations.  We didn’t try the Brazilian barbecue, but have no doubt that is excellent, and we feel utterly compelled to recommend the quesadillas, grilled red snapper and the sublime chocolate volcano cake.

Finally, we loved the sense of getting away from it all, even though, in reality we weren’t really so far away at all.
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Villa Indah Manis

Villa Indah Manis

Indonesia » Bali » Jimbaran - Bukit » The Bukit

We really enjoyed our stay at Villa Indah Manis which means “beautiful” and “sweet”. It is a very pretty villa, nicely laid out, with exceptional facilities, boldly coloured bedrooms and well-furnished living and dining spaces. The setting is tremendous for views and privacy (not so great for those seeking exciting night-life or retail therapy) and the staff were absolutely delightful, they could not have been more helpful. The food we had was beautifully presented. The villa has a more homely intimate feel than many we have seen in Bali, clearly targeting families - for which it is well suited.
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From $360 ++ Special 4br Rate

Bedrooms 5

Sleeps 8

Our
Rating 8.1
Guest Rating 8.3

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Villa Indah Manis

Villa Indah Manis

Indonesia » Bali » Jimbaran - Bukit » The Bukit

We really enjoyed our stay at Villa Indah Manis which means “beautiful” and “sweet”. It is a very pretty villa, nicely laid out, with exceptional facilities, boldly coloured bedrooms and well-furnished living and dining spaces. The setting is tremendous for views and privacy (not so great for those seeking exciting night-life or retail therapy) and the staff were absolutely delightful, they could not have been more helpful. The food we had was beautifully presented. The villa has a more homely intimate feel than many we have seen in Bali, clearly targeting families - for which it is well suited.
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Villa Bulan Madu

Villa Bulan Madu

Indonesia » Bali » Jimbaran - Bukit » The Bukit

Villa Bulan Madu is a wonderfully romantic little villa.  The setting is very pleasant and, given how open the rooms are, very private. The villa shares the same owner, staff and kitchens as its neighbour, the five-bedroomed Villa Indah Manis, so has the benefit of a large staff who discreetly disappear next door until summoned. For us, the staff could not have been more helpful and the food we had was beautifully presented.
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Villa Indrani

Villa Indrani

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Canggu

Villa Indrani’s exterior blends in perfectly with its surroundings, but once we stepped into the monumental entrance hall we were blown away by its sheer size and chic design

The villa has a stylish and neutral interior with authentic Balinese paintings and antiques adding a subtle shot of local character, while nonetheless staying true to its overall minimalist theme.

The open-plan, ground floor living and dining room space was my personal favourite.  The modern kitchen and large comfortable sofas make this a great area for hanging out and entertaining.  As a wannabe barista I was particularly taken in by the Simonelli espresso machine – this really is the Rolls Royce of coffee makers.  Simply ask one of the helpful butlers to make you a cuppa, sit back and experience the taste of coffee the way it was always intended to taste.

Speaking of butlers, we were really impressed by the professionalism and friendliness of the staff throughout our stay. I’d particularly single out the chef who was more than happy to adapt to my partner’s vegan preferences, and villa manager, Made, who gave us some excellent insights into local Balinese culture.  We even had the privilege of attending a small Balinese ceremony at the villa’s little shrine – a really unique ‘Bali experience’.

The outdoor areas are great for lounging in the sun or cooling off in the 10-metre pool.  Indrani’s courtyard garden is perhaps a little small given the size of the villa, but that didn’t really matter given how much time we spent on the beach.  Most of the rooms overlook the pool and garden, which is ideal if you have young children to keep an eye on.

We really enjoyed Indrani’s location so close to the beach.  It’s also great for exploring the rest of Bali – especially as it’s an easy drive towards the glamour of Seminyak or the hipster vibes of Batu Bolong and Canggu.
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From $560 ++ Special 4br Rate

Bedrooms 5

Sleeps 8

Our
Rating 8.3

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Villa Indrani

Villa Indrani

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Canggu

Villa Indrani’s exterior blends in perfectly with its surroundings, but once we stepped into the monumental entrance hall we were blown away by its sheer size and chic design

The villa has a stylish and neutral interior with authentic Balinese paintings and antiques adding a subtle shot of local character, while nonetheless staying true to its overall minimalist theme.

The open-plan, ground floor living and dining room space was my personal favourite.  The modern kitchen and large comfortable sofas make this a great area for hanging out and entertaining.  As a wannabe barista I was particularly taken in by the Simonelli espresso machine – this really is the Rolls Royce of coffee makers.  Simply ask one of the helpful butlers to make you a cuppa, sit back and experience the taste of coffee the way it was always intended to taste.

Speaking of butlers, we were really impressed by the professionalism and friendliness of the staff throughout our stay. I’d particularly single out the chef who was more than happy to adapt to my partner’s vegan preferences, and villa manager, Made, who gave us some excellent insights into local Balinese culture.  We even had the privilege of attending a small Balinese ceremony at the villa’s little shrine – a really unique ‘Bali experience’.

The outdoor areas are great for lounging in the sun or cooling off in the 10-metre pool.  Indrani’s courtyard garden is perhaps a little small given the size of the villa, but that didn’t really matter given how much time we spent on the beach.  Most of the rooms overlook the pool and garden, which is ideal if you have young children to keep an eye on.

We really enjoyed Indrani’s location so close to the beach.  It’s also great for exploring the rest of Bali – especially as it’s an easy drive towards the glamour of Seminyak or the hipster vibes of Batu Bolong and Canggu.
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From $660 ++

Bedrooms 5

Sleeps 10

Our
Rating 8.3

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Villa Iskandar

Villa Iskandar

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Seseh-Tanah Lot

Ahhh the serenity...we enjoy coming to places out in the countryside like Villa Iskandar where you have to make your own fun. No shops, no water parks, no restaurants, no bars, certainly no other tourists, just good old fashioned self sufficiency. We walked in the rice fields, did some bird and butterfly watching, swam in the pool, explored the river bank, had massages and lay for long periods of time in the sun reading books and magazines. There were no distractions whatsoever and we loved every second. We stayed at Villa Iskandar early in the rainy season (December) and, although the sun shone most of the time, even in a torrential downpour it was magical. By around 3pm, after a morning outside by the pool working on our tans, the rain arrived with an almighty crash and a bang, like only a tropical monsoon can. And so we sat sipping cocktails, warm and dry under the cover of the dining room and watched it bucket down. We lazed about watching a couple of blockbusters on the big TV upstairs after dinner (delicious) with the volume up loud on the home cinema system. Easy peasy and lots of low energy fun. For a blockbuster of the natural variety, head down to the local beach (car and driver included) for a late afternoon walk on the deserted black sands. Sunsets and serenity never felt so good.
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Villa Issi

Villa Issi

Indonesia » Bali » Greater Seminyak » Seminyak

It was a real privilege to stay at Villa Issi, this is a gorgeous, funky, fancy pad where no expense has been spared. It’s all about space, ultra-modern architecture, more space, high-technology and super comfortable furnishings, ranging from leather chairs to beanbag-sun-loungers. The only antiquated elements at the villa are the 200-year-old frangipani trees. Beautiful! Everywhere there are walls-of-glass that open to the balmy Bali breezes. The elevated deck that bridges the swimming pool is a fabulous feature and the kitchen is a dream, we’d never before seen such a state-of-the art fridge! In fact, there are surprises at every twist and turn, including lots of places to escape to and be on your own. This is a really exciting villa to stay in.
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Jagaditha

Jagaditha

Indonesia » Bali » Canggu area » Seseh-Tanah Lot

Enticing, uncomplicated and restorative; this is exactly how a beach property should be. The aesthetics of Jagaditha’s build, especially the gorgeous landscaping, felt perfectly in tune with the surroundings without cluttering or detracting from the serenity that this location brings. I loved how each bedroom enjoyed different outlooks that were equally appealing; the lily pond lapping onto three of the ground floor bedrooms was enchanting. Children especially will find lots to interest them here as there were frogs, dragonflies and fish galore, plus a flat lawn for letting off steam. A second dining area with shade-giving parasols to one side of the garden comes highly recommended for daytime dining as it beautifully overlooks the swimming pool, garden and sea and feels refreshingly informal. All outside areas come with Bose amplified sound that you can connect to your own iPod. The gym comes only with a rowing machine and a Power Plate, but if you’re feeling enthusiastic Jagaditha’s guests can use the fitness centre in the nearby Canggu Club in addition to the tennis courts, creche, restaurants and swimming pools. There’s a big staff team at Jagaditha and they do a great job. Fusion cuisine is on the menu and the chef comes recommended; we really enjoyed all of our meals.
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From $1,590 ++ Special 5br Rate

Bedrooms 6

Sleeps 10

Our
Rating 8.5
Guest Rating 9.7

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