Bungadesa Villas comprises two adjoining properties featuring the Java House, Toraja House, Timor House, Irian Jaya House, Bali House, Lombok House and the Sumba House. The main living/dining area (which is in the Java House) is open on two sides and furnished with a table for 14 and an L-shaped, cushioned sofa oriented around a 42-inch satellite-channel TV/DVD player. A large, well-equipped kitchen is housed in the same building.
Each bedroom or family suite is equipped with a TV/DVD player, air-conditioning, a terrace or balcony, and a rustic bathroom (four are open-air) with a standing shower (two with bathtubs).
In the two-storey Timor House, the downstairs bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed, while the upper floor, which is blessed with sea views, comprises a family suite with a twin/king bedroom, a small double bedroom (suitable for one or two children) and shared bathroom.
The single-storey Irian Jaya roundhouse is entered via a raised covered terrace and the bedroom is furnished with a romantic four-poster double bed, dressing table and a comfortable daybed.
Upstairs in the two-storey Toraja House is another family suite, with glorious sea views, one bedroom is furnished with a queen-sized Timorese bed, a desk and a daybed. Adjoining this room is a small extra bedroom overlooking the ocean and suitable only for a small child. The downstairs master suite has a king-size bed and a sitting area.
The Bali House is an octagonal pavilion with a thatched roof supported by stone and timber pillars. Here, a second fan-cooled living and dining room is open to the garden and furnished with a circular table for eight, a collection of chairs and a swing seat for two. The integrated terrazzo kitchen is small but well equipped. The air-conditioned ground-floor bedroom is furnished with a king bed and a daybed.
The Lombok House is a traditional lumbung (rice barn) with a bonnet-shaped roof. Perfect for kids, the house is accessed by an external wooden staircase leading to a loft-style air-conditioned bedroom furnished with twin bamboo beds (which can be joined to make a king bed). Downstairs is a small rustic bathroom with a standing shower.
At the far end of the garden is the single-storey Sumba House comprising a bedroom, with king bed and a daybed that converts to a child’s bed. On one side is an ensuite bathroom and on the other is a living room that can be used as an additional bedroom, furnished with two sofas that convert to twin beds or a double bed suitable for one or two children.
The gorgeous 3500sqm gardens feature fruit trees, palms and velvety lawns that ramble between the pavilions, and the bale relaxation pavilions, two swimming pools and a spectacular lotus pond.