Villa Waringin consists of two attractive, two-storey pavilions with traditional Balinese thatched roofs, all surrounded by pleasant tropical gardens and water features. The ocean-view living pavilion is fronted by the villa's stunning 20m infinity pool (with attached children's pool), plus a generous lawn and wide wooden deck with eight comfortable sun loungers and a shaded garden gazebo to recline in. Where the garden meets the beach, a second gazebo with table and four chairs is ideal for an informal lunch or sunset drinks, literally steps from the crashing waves. The spacious, almost colonial, ground floor lounge and dining room folds out onto a wide, covered terrace with a sofa and attractive, carved daybed. Inside, wooden ceiling fans supplement the air-conditioned cool, while rattan furniture, including more sofas and a ten-seater dining table, adds to the comfort and rich, tropical charm. The well-equipped kitchen is at the rear and features modern appliances, all put to good use by the in-house chefs. The lower level also features a guest toilet and an attractive study/library with leather armchairs, an interesting book selection and a drop-down projector screen for films or presentations. A central wooden staircase opens onto and airy landing from where two identical bedroom suites (left and right) share the villa's huge ocean-view terrace, which is furnished with planter's chairs, sofas and a standing hammock positioned to make the most of the spectacular views. Inside, both have ocean-facing wooden, four-poster netted beds and extend back past generous, walk-in dressing areas to open-plan bathrooms with unique, centrally placed, battered copper bath tubs. A small terrace at the rear of each bathroom is fitted with an outdoor rain shower, looking over the tropical garden and second pavilion. Home to four identical double bedrooms (with the exception that one is twin-bedded), the garden pavilion has wooden floors and furniture maintaining the traditional theme. Modern touches like 37-inch, flat-screen TVs, black-out curtains and terrazzo bath tubs add contemporary comforts. Outdoor rain showers make the most of the climate; downstairs in private, walled garden courtyards; upstairs opening onto small terraces overlooking the ocean and surrounding fields. Back on the lower level, a dedicated massage room decorated with pleasant antique, wooden furnishings adds a final indulgent touch.