Seseh Beach Villas offer a total of 11 luxurious bedrooms spread across two self-contained beachside villas set in lush tropical gardens. The villas suit groups of friends & families looking for a luxurious out-of-town escape.view
Secluded, serene and super spacious, Villa Belong Dua gives you a taste of Balinese heritage while still providing you with 21st century comforts. This 2-bedroom villa was designed with Balinese architecture, antiques and decor, and it features a lush garden bursting with flower and fruit trees, a gorgeous 20-metre pool and living spaces and bedrooms that seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living. In addition, Villa Belong Dua is located in a tranquil traditional Balinese village just minutes from the beach and a short drive to laid-back Canggu and buzzing Seminyak.
Couples travelling together, families or small groups of friends will love that Villa Belong Dua offers five separate pavilions where you can gather for some socialising or escape for private moments. You can soak up the sun on a lounger next to the pool, indulge in soothing massages in the antique bale, meet for sunset drinks or gourmet meals in the open-sided living room or dining room pavilions, catch the latest flicks in the media room, or shower under the stars in your ensuite bathroom attached to your intimate stand-alone bedroom pavilion. Whether you’re looking for some serious R&R or celebrating good times, Villa Belong Dua is your spot.
|Period||Price per night (USD)||Min stay|
|07 Jan 2021 to 10 Feb 2021||300 ++||2 nights|
|11 Feb 2021 to 20 Feb 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|21 Feb 2021 to 25 Mar 2021||300 ++||2 nights|
|26 Mar 2021 to 30 Mar 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|31 Mar 2021 to 05 Apr 2021||500 ++||4 nights|
|06 Apr 2021 to 11 Apr 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|12 Apr 2021 to 29 Apr 2021||300 ++||2 nights|
|30 Apr 2021 to 03 May 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|04 May 2021 to 10 Jun 2021||300 ++||2 nights|
|11 Jun 2021 to 24 Jun 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|25 Jun 2021 to 28 Aug 2021||500 ++||4 nights|
|29 Aug 2021 to 23 Oct 2021||410 ++||3 nights|
|24 Oct 2021 to 14 Dec 2021||300 ++||2 nights|
|15 Dec 2021 to 25 Dec 2021||500 ++||4 nights|
|26 Dec 2021 to 05 Jan 2022||530 ++||5 nights|
++ Villa rates are subject to 15.5% service charge and taxes.
Overlooking the pool is the open-sided living room pavilion with its high vaulted roof and wooden pillars, huge daybed, table and floor cushions, as well as a large hanging mirror that reflects views of the garden. Behind the living room you will find the enclosed media room replete with a brown leather sofa, LCD satellite TV, DVD player, iPod dock, and built-in desks for those who want to catch up on a bit of work.
Dining & Kitchen
Next to the living pavilion is the dining and kitchen pavilion, which is semi-open to allow gentle breezes to wash in. This area has a long wooden table and chairs that can comfortably seat 6 people, an iPod dock for a little ambiance during meals, and ceiling fans for balmy days. A service bar separates the dining area and kitchen, and guests can opt to cook their own meals in the fully equipped modern kitchen or let the villa chefs work their magic.
One of the nicest aspects of Villa Belong Dua is that like the other living areas, the bedroom suites stand alone in their own private pavilions. Each bedroom has smooth wooden floors, lofty ceilings, A/C or fan cooling, king-size four-poster beds, and terraces with romantic lanterns and daybeds. The bathrooms are just as beautiful as the sleeping areas with terrazzo tubs, windows, glass doors and skylights for natural light, and open-air showers in private courtyards with pebbled floors. In addition, each bedroom is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment like LCD TVs, DVD players and iPod docks.
A huge replica of a Hindu temple from Angkor Wat marks the entrance way to Villa Belong Dua, and once you pass the lily pond and Buddha statue and step inside the villa walls, you are immediately blown away by the sheer size of the property. A rustic stone wall encapsulates expansive lawns dotted with mature coconut trees, fragrant frangipani trees, and lemon and mango trees, and a massive swimming pool takes pride and place in the centre along with an antique bale and sun loungers.
|LOCATION||Seseh village, Seseh-Tanah Lot, Bali, Indonesia|
|CAPACITY||4 adults (2 bedrooms with king-size beds), 1 baby cot, extra bed available (additional cost).|
|LIVING AREAS||Open-sided, fan-cooled living and dining pavilions, air-conditioned media room, poolside bale gede.|
|POOL||20m x 4m (4m x 4m children's area).|
|STAFF||Villa manager, chef, 3 butlers, gardener/pool attendant, 2 security guards. Spa therapists and babysitters available at extra charge.|
|DINING||The villa’s suggestion menu includes a wide variety of Western and Asian dishes. Requests accommodated (including special diets). Rate includes complimentary daily breakfast. Grocery cost is charged 20% handling fee which is subject to service and tax at the prevailing rate.|
|COMMUNICATION||WiFi Broadband internet connection, IDD, local landline available, mobile phone coverage.|
|ENTERTAINMENT||Satellite TV, DVD and iPod docks in each bedroom, Satellite TV, DVD, CD, iPod dock and book collection in media room.|
|FOR FAMILIES||Cot; high chair, shallow pool area, DVDs, books, games and toys.|
|SPA||In villa treatments selected from a comprehensive spa menu can be carried out by professional beauty therapists by the pool or in the privacy of your own room (extra cost applies).|
|TRANSPORT||If additional transport is required, don’t hesitate to ask the villa manager to call one of the island’s safe and reasonably priced metered taxis, or to organise day or half-day car and driver hire for sightseeing.|
|ADDITIONAL||Generator backup, 4 bicycles with helmets, barbecue.|
|PROPERTY AREA||1600 sqm.|
The fishing village of Seseh grew in importance in 18th century Bali when it became home to the major temple of the former Kingdom of Mengwi. At that time it was also a small trading port, inhabited by a number of families of Chinese decent.
The village still retains the customs and culture of old Bali. Here, you will see the rice being planted and harvested in the fields, fishing boats returning with the night’s catch, as well as frequent, colourful processions to the large beachside temple.
Today, Seseh is an ideal destination for those who want to get lost in the beauty of the countryside and engage with the local people to gain privileged insights into the Balinese Hindu lifestyle: the people of Seseh encourage and welcome congenial visitors.
There are no international restaurants here, but the villa is only 30 minutes’ drive (15km) from the many restaurants and shops of cosmopolitan Seminyak. The renowned surfers’ haunt of Echo Beach is also within easy reach (8.5km), where guests can enjoy the laidback vibe, an ice-cold beer and some incredible sunsets.