Tropical as can be, this charming 3-bedroom vacation home sits peacefully in between the rice terraces and the sea on the east coast of Bali Island, very close to Candidasa. Ideal for families, this villa features a traditional open-plan living room with a family kitchen, a lovely tropical garden with a 20-meter pool and 3 air-conditioned bedrooms of which the one boasts a terrace with stunning ocean views. On top of that, the villa is very affordable, affordable.
Adjoined to the living pavilion, there is a second 2-level building with a thatched rooftop, as well. This is the guesthouse pavilion, featuring a luxurious master bedroom up on the first floor and 2 more bedrooms downstairs on ground level. The master suite features glass doors that slide open to a terrace where you can sit to enjoy the sea breeze and the view of the ocean. The room is equipped with air-conditioning and furnished with a romantic canopied double bed for a perfect night sleep. The en-suite bathroom is semi-outdoors for a tropical showering experience.
The other 2 bedrooms inside Casa Martina share one bathroom together. One of the rooms is fitted with a queen-size double bed and the other with twin beds. Both rooms are fully air-conditioned and the twin-bedded room also features a flat-screen satellite TV for your entertainment. Smaller families can use this room as a TV room instead of a bedroom.
Welcome to Casa Martina! The traditional Balinese gate leading inside the garden of the villa, featuring a traditional ‘alang alang’ thatched rooftop of its own and it is guarded by two hand-carved Balinese statues. The garden of Casa Martina is surrounded by palm trees and flowering plants, growling lushly around the stone sundeck with long chairs and the impressive 20-meter lap pool. A gazebo sits on top of the pool on one end, creating a nice, shady spot to chill out and read a book in the garden of your vacation home in Bali.
Villa Casa Martina features tropical alang alang thatch-roofed pavilions, designed open-plan to the garden and pool. The living room is furnished with teak wood and rattan furniture, perfectly in-line with the rustic, traditional and tropical feel of this beach villa. There is a comfy sitting nook with sofas, armchairs and a free-form coffee table, there is a handsome dining table with 6 chairs, an antique traditional daybed and a fully-equipped family kitchen. Everything you need for a perfectly comfy and homey stay on a tropical island!
During your stay at Villa Casa Martina, you get to enjoy housekeeping services and personal guest assistance. The villa manager is stand-by 24/7.
The person paying the deposit for the rental period is responsible for the correct and appropriate behaviour of the guests staying at the property. Should any member of the party behave in a manner considered inappropriate, either the villa management company, owners or the villa manager may at their absolute discretion ask the offending guest or guests to vacate the property forthwith.
Only the registered guests are allowed to stay at the property and non-staying guests can not exceed 4 persons at any one time unless previously arranged with the villa owners.
Music around the pool area is to be kept to a respectable level so as to not impose on neighbouring houses guests’ enjoyment. No loud outdoor music is to be played after midnight.
No glassware to be used around the pool only polycarbonate glasses, provided by the property. No parties are to be thrown without prior authorization and a deposit paid. No fireworks, lanterns or fire of any kind is to be used at the property. No smoking anywhere inside the property. No Mosquito Coils to be burnt inside the property. The use of illegal drugs is absolutely prohibited at the villa and is against the law.
In such a case, this will be treated as a cancellation of the original booking and no refund can be claimed from either the villa management company or the owners or the local villa manager.
Candidasa and other areas around Bali’s eastern region are home to well-preserved ancient villages and mysterious temples that help make up Bali’s list of must-see landmarks. Due to its far-flung location away from the popular beach resorts on the island’s south, Candidasa and most of East Bali offer landscapes of rugged beauty and laidback seascapes with treasures hidden under their waves.
Bali the famed Island of the Gods, a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world’s most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards.