Villa Puri Nirwana
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The elegant six bedroom Villa Puri Nirwana sits imposingly on the dazzling black sand surf beach of Cucukan. Situated between Sanur and Candidasa, it is kept from the hustle and bustle of downtown tourist crowds.
This colonial-style villa boasts six huge bedrooms, each appointed with lavish ensuite bathrooms. A games room, an entertainment area, three living rooms and wide verandahs fill up the grand living spaces. A massive single-piece timber dining table that seats 24 persons is positioned at the centre of the dining hall. Sparkling chandeliers, colonial ornaments, mosaic tiles, wide Awning windows and sliding French doors are carefully matched with traditional Balinese design to provide a tasteful fusion of both worlds.
The 4500 square metre property is surrounded by a vast well-landscaped garden that overlooks the beach. The villa enjoys a premium location with the award-winning Bali Safari Park just directly across the road, and Keramas and Ubud are just a short drive away. Villa Puri Nirwana is a holiday destination that offers guests a chance to rediscover Bali.
Absolutely awesome beachfront views
Cool for kids
Equipped for guests with mobility concerns
An amazing spa on site
"Our whole family happy and satisfied stay at the villa puri nirwana, with decorations inside and nice outside. Staff were friendly villa and served us well. The whole family is like and satisfied once enjoyed a vacation with a stay at the villa puri nirwana"
Real time availability
- Early bird enjoys up to 15% discount when booking 150 days in advance.*
- Last minute bookings enjoy 10% discount when checking in before 04-Sep-2018.
Features and amenities
- Open-air lounge leading to a reception hall decorated with glass lanterns
- Sitting room furnished with large sofas that opens to a garden through folding doors
- A dining room with a massive single-piece timber table that seats 24 diners
- An upstairs lounge with a horseshoe-shaped sofa, a bar and a dining table for 6
- Media room with satellite-channel TV, CD/DVD player and pool table
- State-of-the-art kitchen
- Expansive 500 square metre garden with 16 metre swimming pool
- Al fresco dining pergola offering a table for ten
- Kids’ playground with sandboxes
- A wooden joglo in the garden that houses the spa with twin massage beds and an open-air bathroom with a copper bathtub and jacuzzi
- Located on the ground floor, has a four-poster king bed
- Ensuite bathroom that doubles as a spa facility
- Accessible to differently-abled persons
- Fully air-conditioned, walk-in shower, bathtub, twin washbasins, hair-washing basin and massage bed
- Identical king-bedded rooms, two are set upstairs and two downstairs
- Ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower and free-standing tub for two
- Fully air-conditioned
Ocean view rooms
- Located upstairs with a balcony hosting a white wrought iron furniture
- Has its own annex accessible via several stairs or through a private elevator for guests with mobility concerns
- Shares a shower room with the adjacent lounge
- Has four-posted king bed from eastern isles
- Fully air-conditioned
Villa Puri Nirwana sits right on the beach in the tiny, traditional Balinese village of Cucukan on the island’s south-east coast. Temples surrounds the neighbourhood and a stroll along the narrow lane or the beach opens to local Balinese communities. A 15-minute walk away and across the busy Sunrise highway is the Bali Safari and Marine Park, a great day out for the family with all kinds of animals and live performances. The villa’s complimentary car and driver provides easy access to near or further destinations.
Things to do
Your villa manager has a wealth of information about nearby places of interest and will help arrange transport and make any bookings required. Do also ask other staff about the local area. Invariably some of them will live nearby and will be able to give an interesting insight into some of the fascinating aspects of Bali life.
In the meantime, here is a taste of the many and varied activities on offer within reach of the villa.
- Covering 3.8 hectares of tropical parkland in Kuta, Waterbom Bali has 16 water slides (including The Climax with its 360 degree loop) to entertain the young and the young at heart. A great family day out, but go early to beat the crowds.
- The stretch of beach between Sanur and Ketewel is well known as a surfer’s heaven, especially in East Coast Season (November through May), when the winds turn offshore on this side of the island. Good breaks can be found in front of the Grand Bali and Sanur Beach Hotels, while other surf spots include Keramas (Komune Beach Club), Ketewel and Cucukan.
- Sukawati is famous for its cheap local arts and crafts market although better quality goods can be had in Ubud (art), Celuk (silverware) and Mas (woodwork).
- Le Mayeur Museum in Sanur is the former home of noted Belgian impressionist Adrian Jean Le Mayeur. The building is now a museum which, as well as showcasing the artist’s work, gives visitors an insight into what it must have been like to be one of Bali’s very first expats. Although in need of some maintenance, this remains one of Bali’s true hidden treasures.
- An annual international kite festival takes place at Padang Galak Beach every July. Traditional Balinese giant kites up to ten metres in length are made and flown competitively by teams from different villages around Bali. Originally, these kites were intended to send a message to the Hindu gods to create abundant crops and harvests. Aside from the festival itself, visitors will see many giant kites being flown in this area from June through to August.
- Bali Safari & Marine Park offers a fun family day out. Home to hundreds of amazing animals representing more than 50 species, it presents a tram ride through the animal enclosures, a marine aquarium, a theatre, animal educational and entertainment shows, as well as the Fun Zone where visitors can get wet and wild in the Waterpark or embark on a Jungle Cruise.
- There are several dive operators around Sanur, but this area is more suited to beginners or refresher courses. The better dive sites are further north in Tulumben, or out on the islands of Nusa Penida and Lembongan.
- Fashionistas and shop-a-holics should drive over to the west coast where you’ll find Bali’s most cosmopolitan enclave, Seminyak. Here, indulge in globally inspired gourmet restaurants, stylish boutiques and hipper-than-thou bars – including the much hyped Ku Dé Ta, on Seminyak beachfront.
- Don’t miss a trip up to Bali’s cultural and artistic hub, Ubud, a 20-kilometre scenic drive. This is the best place to catch traditional Balinese dance performances – especially at the town’s Royal Palace, magically illuminated at night. Ubud has also recently evolved as an upmarket destination, boasting cutting-edge restaurants and world-class spas.
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