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Villa Shinta Dewi Ubud

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4 Bedroom Ubud, Bali, Indonesia from USD 390++ per night

A holiday here includes

Fully staffed
Private chef
24/7 concierge
Insider info
Private pool
Free Wifi

Villa Shinta Dewi Ubud rests on the edge of a tranquil village among verdant rice fields just north of Ubud.  Lovers of Bali will appreciate this four-bedroom two-storey oasis close to the island’s cultural heart.  Set in a delightful tropical garden, terraced towards a small ravine, it offers peace, privacy and relaxing Bali-style indoor/outdoor living for up to 11 guests.  The villa has two open and breezy living areas, a dining area with open-plan kitchen (and service kitchen tucked behind), a poolside balé, large garden balé, alfresco dining terrace, and a gym with separate massage room – ideal for a large family (or a group of friends holidaying together) to enjoy without getting under each other’s feet.

Shinta Dewi Ubud has been tastefully decorated by its owners, who have chosen top-quality furnishings and finishings – they holiday regularly at the villa themselves.  The décor takes inspiration from the archipelago, with a wealth of natural materials crafted by Bali’s master artisans and a vibrant tropical colour palette that picks out the Flamboyant trees, bougainvillea and heliconia in the garden.  The attention to detail is also admirable –everything from top-quality mattresses and linen in the bedrooms, multi-channel Sonos sound system in the living areas, and Champagne and Martini glasses in the chef’s kitchen. 

The friendly staff includes a chef and team of butlers to cater to their guests’ every whim, whether preparing sunset cocktails, a leisurely lunch or candle-lit barbecue (chosen from a reasonably priced menu), or arranging activities and excursions such as in-villa massages, batik classes and river rafting.  Guests also enjoy a twice-daily shuttle to Ubud, where an array of restaurants, galleries, boutiques, spas and cultural attractions await them.

Shinta Dewi Ubud is normally booked as a four-bedroom villa, but for smaller groups there’s a three-bedroom option where the bedroom adjoining the living room can be converted to a TV room/study.

Those looking to experience the best of Bali with a dual-location break split between the green hills and terraces of Ubud and the surf and sand of the south coast can book a stay at Shinta Dewi Ubud’s sister villa,  four-bedroomed Shinta Dewi Seminyak.

Special discounted packages are available for guests booking both villas.  Visit the Shinta Dewi website for details.

    Accomplished chef & friendly staff
    Plenty of living space, in and out
    Lovely large pool
    Only 2km from Ubud’s attractions
Need more info on this villa? Floor plans, services, images and reviews. Click here to view the owner's comprehensive website www.villashintadewi.com
09-Aug-2017 - 15-Aug-2017

"Great job. We were very happy to spend time in this villa. Thanks for the warm welcome and for all the attention. We are looking forward for our next trip in Bali. All the best for all of you."

Thomas A, France

Real time availability

Best rate guarantee

Rates

Discounts
  • Early bird enjoys up to 15% discount when booking 150 days in advance.*
  • Last minute bookings enjoy 10% discount when checking in before 07-May-2018.
* Does not apply for New Year period
Period Price per night (USD) 10+ nights (USD) Min stay Inclusions
15-Apr-2018 to 27-Apr-2018 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
28-Apr-2018 to 01-May-2018 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
02-May-2018 to 15-Jun-2018 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
16-Jun-2018 to 22-Jun-2018 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
23-Jun-2018 to 18-Aug-2018 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
19-Aug-2018 to 31-Aug-2018 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
01-Sep-2018 to 14-Dec-2018 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Dec-2018 to 25-Dec-2018 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
26-Dec-2018 to 05-Jan-2019 850 ++ 808 ++ 7 nights inclusions
Period Price per night (USD) 10+ nights (USD) Min stay Inclusions
06-Jan-2019 to 01-Feb-2019 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
02-Feb-2019 to 10-Feb-2019 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
11-Feb-2019 to 04-Apr-2019 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
05-Apr-2019 to 16-Apr-2019 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
17-Apr-2019 to 21-Apr-2019 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
22-Apr-2019 to 14-Jun-2019 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Jun-2019 to 21-Jun-2019 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
22-Jun-2019 to 17-Aug-2019 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
18-Aug-2019 to 31-Aug-2019 590 ++ 502 ++ 3 nights inclusions
01-Sep-2019 to 14-Dec-2019 470 ++ 400 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Dec-2019 to 25-Dec-2019 710 ++ 639 ++ 5 nights inclusions
26-Dec-2019 to 04-Jan-2020 850 ++ 808 ++ 7 nights inclusions
Period Price per night (USD) 10+ nights (USD) Min stay Inclusions
15-Apr-2018 to 27-Apr-2018 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
28-Apr-2018 to 01-May-2018 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
02-May-2018 to 15-Jun-2018 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
16-Jun-2018 to 22-Jun-2018 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
23-Jun-2018 to 18-Aug-2018 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
19-Aug-2018 to 31-Aug-2018 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
01-Sep-2018 to 14-Dec-2018 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Dec-2018 to 25-Dec-2018 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
26-Dec-2018 to 05-Jan-2019 850 ++ 808 ++ 7 nights inclusions
Period Price per night (USD) 10+ nights (USD) Min stay Inclusions
06-Jan-2019 to 01-Feb-2019 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
02-Feb-2019 to 10-Feb-2019 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
11-Feb-2019 to 04-Apr-2019 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
05-Apr-2019 to 16-Apr-2019 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
17-Apr-2019 to 21-Apr-2019 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
22-Apr-2019 to 14-Jun-2019 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Jun-2019 to 21-Jun-2019 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
22-Jun-2019 to 17-Aug-2019 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
18-Aug-2019 to 31-Aug-2019 510 ++ 434 ++ 3 nights inclusions
01-Sep-2019 to 14-Dec-2019 390 ++ 332 ++ 2 nights inclusions
15-Dec-2019 to 25-Dec-2019 620 ++ 558 ++ 5 nights inclusions
26-Dec-2019 to 04-Jan-2020 850 ++ 808 ++ 7 nights inclusions

Villa facilities

Features and amenities

Location
Tegallantang village, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
Capacity
8 adults (4 bedrooms with 1 king and 3 split-king beds) plus 3 extra beds for children on request (additional charge applies).
Living areas
L-shaped indoor/outdoor living and dining room with open-plan guest kitchen; upper level ‘sunset’ lounge; air-conditioned media room (convertible from 4th bedroom); poolside balé; barbecue terrace; garden balé.
Pool
16m x 5.5m.
Estate staff
Villa manager; operation manager; chef; butlers/housekeeping; security; garden and pool staff.  Additional staff (babysitters, masseuses) available on request for a small additional cost.
Dining
Western, Asian, vegetarian and children’s dishes. Requests accommodated (including special diets).  Daily breakfast included.
Communication
WiFi internet access; landline for local calls; mobile phone coverage; PABX system with connections in all rooms.
Entertainment
Sonos 3-zone sound system; satellite TVs – 50-inch in upstairs lounge, 32-inch in bedrooms; DVD players/library; iPod dock.
Gym & spa
High-spec running machine (with Polar heart rate technology); stationery bike; weights and bench; separate massage room for in-villa treatments carried out by therapists on call.
For families
Villa Shinta Dewi is well equipped for families, and can provide baby cots, highchairs,  booster seats and pool fence on request.
Transport
Airport pick up and drop off is included.  Free drop off to Ubud centre two times daily between 8am and 8pm.
Additional facilities
Barbecue; back-up generator; safety deposit boxes; 2 bicycles.
Property area
1,460 sqm (land); 414 sqm (villa).
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The layout

Indoor Living

  • Large fan-cooled living room with one side open to the pool terrace; modular seating, dining table for eight, guest washroom and open-plan guest kitchen
  • Upper level fan-cooled open living room with modular seating, 50-inch TV and DVD player, and a bar service counter
  • Media room off the downstairs living room, with 32-inch TV and DVD player, and shower room. (Can be set up as fourth bedroom)
  • Air-conditioned gym with running machine, stationery cycle and weight bench
  • Outdoor Living

    • 16-metre swimming pool lined with sun loungers and beanbags
    • Poolside balé with table for four
    • Barbecue terrace with table for eight and a large cushion-covered balé

The rooms

Guestrooms

  • Large master suite with king-size bed (with trundle), dressing room and bathroom with twin basins, shower enclosure and bathtub
  • Two guest bedrooms opening onto second level veranda, each with beds that can be configured as a king or twins, and with a trundle for extra guests.
  • Garden level guest suite (with king or twin beds) can also be set up as a media room/study
  • The three ensuite guest bathrooms have twin basins and a large shower enclosure
  • All four bedrooms have both air-conditioning and ceiling fans, and are equipped with 32-inch TV, DVD player and a bar fridge

Location

Villa Shinta Dewi Ubud rests on the edge of Tegallantang, a quiet village just north of Ubud.  The villa looks towards a verdant wall of mature trees edging the ravine at the bottom of the garden. Life is unhurried in this peaceful rice-farming neighbourhood of Balinese families and traditional temples.  Yet within a short walk are signs of more modern times – a growing number of excellent warungs (local cafés) and even a batik studio.  A few kilometres south, central Ubud beckons with museums, galleries, temples, boutiques, restaurants and spas. 

Things to do

Your villa manager, will have a wealth of information about places of interest and will help arrange transport and make any bookings required. Do also ask the staff about the area too. Most will live nearby and can give an interesting insight into some of the fascinating aspects of local Bali life.

In the meantime, here’s a taste of the many and varied activities on offer within reach of Shinta Dewi Ubud.

If you want to purchase artwork of any description then you’re in the right place.  Classic, contemporary and abstract paintings, fine art, folk art, framed photographs and decorative wall panels can all be found in Ubud’s numerous galleries, studios and art shops.

A strange, natural phenomenon occurs each evening just north of Ubud in the village of Petulu, a few minutes drive from the villa.  Thousands of white herons arrive here to roost for the night before flying off again in the morning.  The birds first began coming here after a communist massacre in 1965 but no one is sure why they continue to return.  Local lore holds that these are the souls of those that were killed.  Such a predictable gathering of these large and beautiful birds is a spectacle not to be missed.

The sprawling Indoor Ubud market caters mostly to souvenier hunters but makes for an interesting early evening visit.  Be sure to haggle - negotiation is expected - otherwise you may end up paying triple what something is worth.  For a different experience, explore the never-ending Andong Road, a few kilometres north of Ubud, where you will find wooden handicrafts and bamboo wind-chimes galore, at half the price you’d pay anywhere else.

The Sacred Monkey Forest in the centre of Ubud is home to a band of about 125 long-tailed grey Balinese macaques.  They can be very mischievous, but they are interesting to observe, especially with their young.  The Monkey Forest is a great place to escape the heat of the afternoon, but mind your belongings; the steady stream of tourists has made the monkeys bold enough to even reach into pockets in search of something interesting!

No visit to Ubud is complete without seeing at least one traditional dance performance.  Although the performances are very tourist-oriented, this is a great opportunity to see classic Hindu legends being told through dancers in colourful, traditional costumes.  Ubud Palace is a popular place providing shows nightly, as is Pura Dalem, which has twice-weekly shows and fire dances performed outside.

Ubud and the villages in the surrounding area contain dozens of examples of beautiful Hindu Temples.  Most temples are free to visit or ask for a small donation. Proper attire is required, although many temples will loan or rent a sarong for your visit.  Pura Penataran Asih in nearby Pejeng is a charming temple containing the largest bronze kettle drum in the world.   Pura Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung is Bali's most sacred temple site. A complex of 23 temples can be explored on a day trip from Ubud.

Although not quite on a par with Seminyak, there's a good variety of restaurants and bars in and around Ubud.  Visit one of the local warungs (eateries) on the main Sayan road for a simple traditional nasi campur lunch (rice with vegetables, meat or fish).  Alternatively, the five-star hotels on the Sayan Ridge all have first-class fine-dining restaurants.  Closer to Ubud, Mozaic is the only restaurant in Indonesia to have received the exceptional honour of entry in the refined worldwide guide of ‘Les Grandes Tables du Monde’ (reservations essential).  Another memorable eating experience is at Locavore where you will probably need to make a reservation two to three weeks in advance.  Other recommendations include Bridges (French), for refined dining and great wine, Siam Sally (Thai), Casa Luna (great for cakes and desserts), Kafe Batan Waru (classic Indonesian dishes taken from old family recipes), Café Lotus, with its romantic outlook over the beautiful lotus pond of Puri Taman Sariswati, or Indus where you can enjoy delicious home cooking and another glorious valley and mountain view.  Naughty Nuri’s is a rustic Ubud institution, with a daily barbecue and dangerously strong Martinis.  Although there is little in the way of nightclubs in Ubud, there are many venues which have quality live bands performing a variety of music between the hours of 8 and 11pm. Laughing Buddha, Casa Luna, Bar Luna and XL Shisha Lounge are a few examples.  At least one venue will have a live performance every day of the week.

Although only an hour to the north of Ubud, many people make at least a day trip to the Kintamani region, home to some of Bali's best scenery, and to Mount Batur, an active volcano that regularly smolders and surprises visitors with minor eruptions.  The largest crater lake in Bali fills part of Mount Batur's caldera while small villages cling to the rim. The views of Kintamani from the nearby village of Penelokan are well worth making the trip.

Being in the centre of the Island, Ubud isn't the place to base yourself if you're after a beach holiday!  But if you fancy a day trip down to the coast, Sanur (25 kms) is probably the best option although Candi Dasa (35 kms) is less crowded.  To make a full day of it, drop in at the Bali Marine and Safari Park and the traditional village of Tenganan en route.
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