If you're looking to experience a real authentic Balinese life style, you are most welcome to come and stay at our family guest house. We share our tradition, culture and hospitality with a great smile. Your vacation in Bali will be memorable .
If you're looking to experience a real authentic Balinese life style, you are most welcome to come and stay at our family guest house. We share our tradition, culture and hospitality with a great smile. Your vacation in Bali will be memorable and left only with a new experience and friends.
About the location:
The guest house is located in Desa Mas or Mas Village - Ubud. About 40 minutes drives from Ngurah Rai, Bali International airport and 10 minutes drives from central ubud.
Desa Mas or Mas Village is located in Ubud sub district and Gianyar Regency, east part of Bali. It has the typical style of wood carving art by placing forward the distinguish synergy of humanism and naturalism. The popularity as an art village is famous at the national and world level.
About the guest house:
Rooms are located in the center of Balinese compounds which is called "Bale Dauh" ( west house ). Rooms in the west wing is over looking to the rice terraces of Mas village.
- Free transportation to Ubud and back to the house.
- Stunning view
- Clean and comfortable double bed size ( 160 x 200 cm )
- Hot and cold shower .
- Air conditioning in every room
- Electronic safe
- Tea / coffee facilities
- Balcony / Terrace
There's a nice restaurant called Bali Pesto cafe on Monkey forest street, where you can eat a good authentic Balinese food or international dishes. This is our meeting point in Ubud, if you ever want to go and have a sight seeing outside the village. Transportation will be provided from the house to this restaurant and back.
Free shuttle to Ubud and return to villa :
Depart to Ubud
Depart from Ubud
Общение с гостями
If you stay in my house, me or Wayan will always try to meet and explain you about Ubud and also help you to organize you trip in Bali. Most of the time Wayan will be available to do your tour in Bali for the reasonable price .
If you have any other inquiries about Bali and Ubud, please feel free to email me, as I am Balinese and know more about Bali, I will try help all my guest to explain about our island and our culture.
Другие важные подробности
Silent Day Rules...........
What happening on the 9th March.............
Bali's Day of Silence "Nyepi" 2017
Saka New Year 1938 of Hindus
Dear Valued guests,
The Balinese Hindus do not celebrate the coming of the new year of Saka calendar with lavish party; they celebrate it with meditation instead. No activities are allowed to take place. These mandatory religious prohibitions include no pleasure (amati lelangon), no traffic (amati lelungan), no fire (amati geni) and no work (amati karya).
This year, Nyepi Day falls on 9th March 2016.
On Nyepi Day, we will not be able to accept any check-in nor check-out throughout the day.
We notice that you will be staying with us during Nyepi Day, kindly be informed of the below situations during Nyepi Day:
The silence begins at 0:00 am of 9th March 2017 and will go on until the next 24 hours
All shops are closed on Nyepi Day
Guests has to stay inside the resort area
When listening to the music or watching TV in the villa, keep the sound at minimum level
There will be no traffic on that day in the whole Bali island
Ngurah Rai airport will be totally closed on 9th March 2016, so there will be neither arrival nor departure in the airport on that day. All connecting airports around the globe have been informed in advance about this.
Across Bali, the activities are allowed only in emergency rooms and maternity section of hospitals and the arrival section of airport. Any emergencies are taken into consideration and tolerated. The whole island is in silence.
However, operational activities and services in the resort will operate normally.
Since you will be staying in family, we will be appreciate if you could come back from the town by 11 pm.
The Balinese are quite open and generally welcome visitors. You can enter most temples freely. Wear a sash around waist and preferably a Sarong.
Big temples can hire a sarong at the front gate but nice to have your own. You can buy a sarong in Ubud market.
Woman who are menstruating must wait out side the temple.
If you visit a holy spring like Pura Tirtha Empul and decided to try bathing, keep your cloth on and leave the shampoo behind. it is not a bath, but an immersion on holy water. for spiritual cleansing.
Expect to pay a small donation before entering a temple. This donations are put to good use and help with the upkeep of the grounds and the temple itself.....
Free shuttle to Ubud and return to your cottage:
Depart to Ubud
Depart from Ubud
If you miss your shuttle, than you will pay IDR 50.000 to drop you back home or to the town.
We will not provided free shuttle on your check out day.
Hi I am Putri, I like doing Yoga and Silent Meditation class. I have 2 sons, 14 years and 12 years. My husband Gusde has gradueted from Swiss Hotel Management School and has travelled around Europe. Now we are doing a lot of culture programes for German and France. We are Balinese and we will be your Host while you are in Bali, we will proud to share and explain about Balinese life and culture to all my guest.
Aibnb is our favorite vacation home listing to get individual traveler to get direct contact to local and to help Balinese community base tourism, which this will help local to generate income to support, when there are ceremonies or activities in our village.Here you will explain and ask if you would like to participate it. So do not say that you visit Bali without staying with local we know better about our culture than the others.