The huge open-sided wantilan living pavilion with its two-tiered thatched roof and polished cream terrazzo floors is the social hub of the villa. Cooled by ceiling fans and with incredible views over the garden and out to sea, guests can sit here to enjoy anything from a Balinese feast to afternoon tea. This pavilion features a magnificent suar wood dining table (seating 14 people), small breakfast table, white synthetic rattan sofas adorned with brown and white batik cushions plus a wooden boat seat. To one side is a bar made from coconut shell with access to a barbecue for a more casual dining experience. Intricate limestone carvings on the outside walls of the neighbouring bedrooms take guests on a journey through the ancient Balinese calendar.
The villa’s kitchen which serves the living pavilion is accessed by an undercover boardwalk to the rear of the property. Traditional in style it has cream terrazzo work tops, teak cupboards and is fitted out with all the necessary appliances.