Villa Sunset comprises a main building with three air-conditioned bedrooms and a living and dining area with integrated kitchen, all of which are positioned on the ground floor with the exception of the master bedroom, which is on the upper floor.
The marble-floored living and dining room presents cushioned sofas arranged around a coffee table to take in the glorious vista. The room is fitted with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, a large, flat-screen TV, DVD player and music system. A dining table for eight is positioned beside the glass doors that open to the pool deck offering a semi-alfresco dining experience. More glass doors on the far side of the living area reveal a small courtyard featuring a stone Buddha in front of a water cascade. The small kitchen is equipped with a four-burner gas hob, fridge, kettle, utensils, and a good range of tableware and glassware.
The two ground-floor bedrooms are positioned on either side of the living space and mirror each other in size. One has twin beds and the other a king-size bed. Both have glass doors opening onto individual terraces furnished with chairs, adjacent to the pool deck. The ensuite bathrooms have dressing areas, bathtubs, indoor showers and outdoor showers open to the sky. At the top of a flight of stairs, the master bedroom (furnished with a four-poster queen-size bed) rests under a soaring roof along with a balcony looking out over the pool and garden against the fabulous backdrop of Benoa Bay and the distant Nusa Dua. The ensuite bathroom has a dressing area and two walk-in monsoon showers – one situated indoors and one positioned outdoors surrounded by walls for privacy.
Outside, guarded by a gaily-painted Balinese door, which coordinates with the blues and greens of the sea and the sky, is a pretty walled garden with a flat lawn fringed by frangipanis and palms. Centre stage is the 17-metre pool, flanked by a cold-water jacuzzi and stone pool deck furnished with loungers and umbrellas. A shingle-roofed bale bengong ‘daydreaming’ gazebo sits in prime position close to water’s edge, complete with an antique daybed. Also poolside is an open-sided living pavilion – a lovely spot for afternoon snacks or cocktails, outfitted with a sofa, two armchairs and a low table.