Villa Batujimbar comprises a series of mainly single-storey, thatched-roof pavilions spread throughout a beautiful garden featuring flat lawns and majestic trees. At one end is Sanur’s golden-sand beach, separated by a hedge, and at the other a 20-metre swimming pool. Towards the beach is a large bale living pavilion with plenty of comfortable seating, and an open-sided dining pavilion with a circular table for eight. Close by is a courtyard garden where the 'water fountain' pavilion - which appears to float on a pond - offers another option for relaxation. Lying even closer to the beach, the bale bengong (daydreaming pavilion) is blessed with awe-inspiring views of the sea, the island of Nusa Penida and the distant Mount Agung.
The centrally located single-storey longhouse comprises a fully equipped professional kitchen and a formal air-conditioned dining room with a table for 10, plus two generously-sized bedrooms with king-size beds and ensuite bathrooms fitted with standing showers. Opposite this is another single-storey guesthouse containing two more spacious adjoining bedrooms furnished with king-size beds. Each has an outdoor bathroom with a shower, and one boasts a private walled courtyard with a bale relaxation pavilion. Flanking the pool is a two-storey pavilion with an open-fronted living space at ground level and two upper-floor bedrooms with king-size beds and a shared upstairs WC. The bathrooms for both of these bedrooms are situated downstairs, each fitted with a shower and bathtub.
A further suite, comprising a king-bedded room and a smaller room furnished with twin beds is housed in a modern building that stands near the entrance, away from the main villa. These two rooms share a bathroom and are ideal for a family, or three or four children sharing. This area is also the location of the tennis court and a well-equipped gym. All bedrooms at Batujimbar are equipped with air-conditioning and satellite-channel TVs.
Finally, presiding over the pool and gardens and encircled by a pretty pond is the grand, brick-built Lembu bale. Accessed by impressive flights of stairs on either side, this classic-styled pavilion has open sides and a roof supported by gilded wooden pillars. The charming living area, furnished with colonial-style cane chairs, coffee tables and a cane sofa, occupies the upper floor of this fascinating building, which is embellished with wooden statues and completed with a pair of stone carved pigs sitting astride plinths at either end.