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THE YLANG YLANG

6BR, Ketewel, South-East Bali, Indonesia
Sleeps 12 : 750€ – 1,250€ / night

6 Bedrooms

6 Bedrooms

6 Bathrooms

6 Bathrooms

Beachfront

Beachfront

Pool

Pool

WiFi

WiFi

The six-bedroom luxury villa surrounded by tropical coconut trees, typical rice fields an the endless Indian Ocean is located at the southeast coast of Bali. You have a wonderful view at Badung Strait. No desire remains open in this exclusive housing with a 15 meter pool and your own home theater. The tasteful decoration is reflected in the attention to detail. You can relax during gym, yoga or revitalizing massage. An oasis of peace and silence. Come down and enjoy.

Dates:

SEP 01 - DEC 14 2018
DEC 15 - DEC 25 2018
DEC 26 - JAN 05 2019
JAN 06 - FEB 01 2019
FEB 02 - FEB 10 2019
FEB 11 - APR 04 2019
APR 05 - APR 16 2019
APR 17 - APR 21 2019
APR 22 - JUN 14 2019
JUN 15 - JUN 21 2019
JUN 22 - AUG 17 2019
AUG 18 - AUG 31 2019
SEP 01 - DEC 14 2019
DEC 15 - DEC 25 2019
DEC 26 - JAN 04 2020

Price / night:

750.00€
970.00€
1,250.00€
750.00€
970.00€
750.00€
860.00€
970.00€
750.00€
860.00€
970.00€
860.00€
750.00€
970.00€
1,250.00€

Min. Stay:

2 Nights
5 Nights
7 Nights
2 Nights
5 Nights
2 Nights
3 Nights
5 Nights
2 Nights
3 Nights
5 Nights
3 Nights
2 Nights
5 Nights
7 Nights

AMENITIY LIST

GYM

GYM

Sea view

Sea view

Sat TV

Sat TV

DVD

DVD

Sauna

Sauna

Safe

Safe

SPA Room

SPA Room

Yoga Deck

Yoga Deck

Baby bed

Baby bed

AC

AC

Villa manager

Villa manager

Personal chef

Personal chef

Gardener

Gardener

Security

Security

Butler

Butler

Housekeeper

Housekeeper

Villa Ylang Ylang rests in the quiet coastal village of Saba, in an area collectively known as Ketewel, within Bali’s eastern Gianyar Regency. Villa Ylang Ylang’s gardens stretch down to Saba Beach, with a reminder Bali is a volcanic island, as its sands are shimmering black. The deserted stretch of beach offers unobstructed panoramas with stunning views across the Badung Strait and Nusa Penida, opposite, one of Bali’s smaller sister islands. And on a clear day, the silhouette of towering volcano, Mount Agung, is visible in the distance.  Sunrises are a spectacular treat here, especially over Nusa Penida’s limestone cliffs.  

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