Bungadesa II comprises two stand-alone buildings: The Bali House and The Sumba House, set within a huge rambling garden.
The Bali House is an octagonal pavilion with a thatched roof supported by stone and timber pillars. The fan-cooled living and dining room is open to the garden and furnished with a circular table for eight, with semi-circular built-in cushioned seating, while the integrated terrazzo kitchen is small but well equipped with an oven, a four-burner gas hob and a microwave. The air-conditioned bedroom is furnished with a king bed, a daybed, desk and a wardrobe. This charming room has a built-in alcove housing a flat-screen satellite-channel TV and DVD player. Decorative double doors embedded with mother of pearl mark the entrance to the open-air bathroom, fitted with a standing shower.
At the far end of the garden, the Sumba House is a single-storey longhouse comprising an air-conditioned bedroom, ensuite bathroom and a living room. The main bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed plus a single sofabed, suitable for a child. The large bathroom is fitted with a standing shower and a bathtub. The living room, featuring glass doors that slide open to the veranda, is furnished with three sofas. The room is equipped with a flat-screen satellite channel TV and DVD player. The living room doubles as the second bedroom since the sofas can be converted to single beds or a double bed. The bathroom is accessed via the main bedroom. A veranda running the full length of the building is sheltered by a flat roof and furnished with cushioned sofas, large beanbags and a hammock.
The beautiful garden is a delight for both adults and kids with its rolling lawns and fruit trees, a 9 x 4m swimming pool, sunbeds, a spectacular lotus pond, two relaxation pavilions, swing seat and range of garden furniture.