Ocean and Golf’s build and furnishings are quite traditional and stately with teak wood furniture, marble floors and an abundance of Indonesian antiques throughout. The living and dining pavilion on the first floor is just the spot to enjoy the sea breeze on hot days. This thatch-roofed structure is open sided and houses a dining table (seats 8), along with two sofas around a coffee table, plus a scattering of easy chairs and even a professional massage table to one side. Across a walkway a small round table and chairs sits in front of two guest bedrooms with ocean views; one twin bedded and one with a four-poster queen-sized bed. A third, less spacious, guest bedroom, also with queen-sized bed, is tucked away on the ground floor. All three guest rooms have TV’s (two of which with large flat screens) and hotel-style marble ensuites (two with tubs and standing showers, one with shower only).
The master bedroom, situated below the living pavilion, is pleasantly spacious. Amongst teak furnishings and the netted, four-poster, king-sized bed, a rattan easy chair and stool provide a comfy spot to watch TV or look out through the sliding glass doors onto the garden patio. Here, a round wooden table (seats four) and two blue-cushioned sun loungers overlook the plunge pool, while a shady, raised balé houses two matching blue daybeds. An outdoor shower area connects to a back door into the spacious ensuite of the master bedroom, complete with his and hers vanities, a deep terrazzo bath and marbled standing shower. The villa's hub is found in a separate building across a small walkway flanked by ponds. Here, a collection of easy chairs and a large L-shaped sofa look onto a 46-inch flat-screen TV at one side of the room, whilst a glass-topped oval dining table (seats 8) takes centre stage at the other. A large, well-equipped kitchen opens onto the dining area through a wide serving hatch.