Villa Tamu Seseh

Villa Tamu Seseh

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  Villa Tamu Seseh - 1 and 2 bedroom Canggu Villas, A holiday in a location of unparalleled tranquility, surrounded by crushing surf and seas of rice. Enjoy Sunny days and warm tropical nights, in casual luxury with state-of-the-art pleasures.Tamu Seseh began as a dream... At the end of winding road through the rice field is a beach and a Balinese fishing village called Seseh.
    Canggu Villas
    2 Bedroom(s)
    Individual Villa Compound
    From 400(USD) >
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
Villa Tamu Seseh in Canggu Bali
 

Delicious local food served in a thatched pavilion. Just 20 minutes from Seminyak, fully staffed with all amenities to make you feel pampered.

Architecture and design seamlessly blend local character and texture with state of the art pleasures. Living places are open pavilions, bedrooms cool retreats and your bathroom grows in a garden.

Your villa stands alone. Adrift in a sea of green. Tranquil. Harmonious. Long sunny days. The distant surf murmurs at the spectacular sunsets. Soft breezes embrace tropical nights.

Facilities at Tamu Seseh

  • 4 private villas with 1,2 and 3 fully air-conditioned bedrooms complete with queen-size beds, and en-suite garden
  • Bathrooms with bathtub and shower.
  • Living and dining pavilion with kitchenette.
  • Private garden with swimming pool.
  • Relaxation pavilion with rice field views.
  • Fully equipped service kitchen at the entrance to the complex.
  • Satellite TV, DVD player and stereo CD player.
  • IDD Telephone line.
  • Safe deposit box in each bedroom.
  • 4 mountain bikes.
  • Driver with car is available.

Tamu Seseh is fully serviced by:

  • One full-time house manager. Oversees and co-ordinates the staff and property and is available to assist guests during their stay.
  • Two cooks. Trained in the preparation of both local and international cuisine. A menu is provided and the staff will do all the market shopping.
  • Three Housekeepers. Responsible for housekeeping duties, waitress service around the villa and garden, and taking care of daily laundry.
  • Three security guards. Duties are to guard the complex 24 hours a day to ensure the security of the guests.
  • Two Gardener. Tending the garden and the grounds of the villas, and cleaning and maintaining the swimming pools.

Villa 1 - One Bedroom with Private Pool

Number of Bedroom: 1
District of Bali: Seseh
Total Living Area: 90 m2
Total Area of Grounds: 400 m2


Villa 1 is a one-bedroom villa comprised of a semi-open air living and dining pavilion leading into a bedroom complete with an en-suite garden bathroom. The villa also boasts an elevated relaxation pavilion and a swimming pool.
The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors leading from a small courtyard. Here, two Balinese statues rest in a serene lotus pond, with three trickling water spouts.

The living and dining pavilion is open on three sides and features a soaring ’alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool; it is tastefully furnished with a cushioned sofa, chairs, and a circular table created from a mosaic of white coconut shell. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a terrazzo bar and is complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player.

The air-conditioned bedroom is accessed from the living area, the entrance marked by a pair of primitive-style Indonesian wood carvings. The bedroom features a cool terrazzo floor and a canopied queen-size four-poster bed. A satellite TV and DVD player is positioned within a built-in alcove, and a ceiling fan provides additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, together with a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. Local artwork adorns the walls and boat-shaped lamps illuminate the pitched roof. Double antique doors lead into the en-suite garden bathroom where ’his and hers’ washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest upon a terrazzo washstand. The washstand is sheltered by the eaves of the roof and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. The romantic bathroom is planted with shrubs and bordered by a hedge of bamboo; a green tiled sunken bathtub is approached by four steps below a decoratively carved wall plaque. Stepping stones lead across loose pebbles to a sheltered outdoor shower, and the toilet is hidden in a recess. Sliding glass doors provide an alternative route into the main garden.

The shady walled garden features a flat lawn with two pool loungers and an umbrella beside a 10 x 3 meter lap pool. It is planted with mature trees, fan palms, a flowering ’Dadap Merah’ tree, and a border of Heliconia, red ginger and bamboo. A flight of wooden steps leads up to the top storey of the elevated ’balé’. Complete with timber deck and encompassed by a wooden balustrade with a built in cushioned sofa, this enchanting all-timber double-decker relaxation pavilion offers delightful rural views of the neighboring coconut plantation and rice fields. Cushioned seating on both decks ensures the comfort of the guests.

Villa 2 - Two Bedroom with Private Pool

Number of Bedroom: 2
District of Bali: Seseh
Total Living Area: 150 m2
Total Area of Grounds: 600 m2


Villa 2 comprises three buildings - an open-sided living and dining pavilion, an elevated relaxation pavilion and a third building that houses two bedrooms, each with an en-suite garden bathroom.

The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors leading from a small courtyard. Here, two Balinese statues rest in a serene lotus pond, with three trickling water spouts.

Six towering coconut palms line the garden of the villa, which is walled on three sides and dominated by a raised, open-sided living and dining pavilion. This raised pavilion features a soaring ’alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool, and it is furnished with cushioned wicker sofas and chairs, a coffee table, and a dining table with comfortable sofa seating. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a black terrazzo bar and is complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player. High stools line the bar, which is ornamented with colored tiles.

In the garden, a white Palimanan stone patio is furnished with four pool loungers and two umbrellas beside a 12 x 4 meter lap pool; a barbeque is situated behind the umbrellas. A timber walkway runs across the flat lawn, and one end of the garden - unbroken by walls or borders - opens into the rice fields. Primitive-style Indonesian wood carvings add to the character of the magnificent setting.

A flight of steps leads up to the top storey of the elevated balé relaxation pavilion. Complete with timber deck and encompassed by a wooden balustrade with a built-in cushioned sofa, this enchanting relaxation pavilion literally overhangs the rice fields. Guests will be treated to a magnificent view of rural Bali, through coconut groves to the crashing surf of the Indian Ocean. The upper storey of the balé is furnished with a tiled table and a TV cabinet with satellite TV and DVD player. A telephone is provided so that guests can order food and drinks without having to move. There is additional poolside seating on the lower deck of the balé, where there is also a toilet and outdoor shower.

The two bedrooms are accessed by a pair of bridges over a bulrush pond. Each air-conditioned bedroom is a mirror image of the other featuring a cool terrazzo floor, a canopied queen-size four-poster bed and a cushioned daybed. Sliding glass doors allow the cool breezes to permeate and ceiling fans provide additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. Local artwork adorns the walls and boat-shaped lamps illuminate the pitched roof. Double antique doors lead from each bedroom into the en-suite garden bathrooms. Almost identical, each is set within a private walled courtyard complete with a rustic table and seat. ’His and hers’ washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest upon grey terrazzo washstands, sheltered by the eaves of the roof and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. Each garden bathroom is planted with shrubs, ferns, palms and heliconia, and boasts a sunken green tiled bathtub approached by four steps below a decoratively carved plaque. Stepping stones lead across loose pebbles to an outdoor shower, its wall set with colorful textured tiles. Last but not least, the toilet is hidden in a sheltered corner.

A connecting door links Villa 2 to Villa 3, providing a four-bedroom facility, if required.

Villa 3 - Two Bedroom with Private Pool

Number of Bedroom: 2
District of Bali: Seseh
Total Living Area: 150 m2
Total Area of Grounds: 300 m2


Villa 3 comprises three buildings - an open-sided living and dining pavilion, an elevated relaxation pavilion and a third building that houses two bedrooms, each with an en-suite garden bathroom.

The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors leading from a small courtyard. Here, two Balinese statues rest in a serene lotus pond, with three trickling water spouts.

The garden of the villa is walled on three sides and dominated by a raised, open-sided living and dining pavilion. This raised pavilion features a soaring ’alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool, while the contemporary teak furniture, dining tables and cushioned sofas make it very comfortable. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a terrazzo bar, lined with high cushioned stools and complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player.

In the garden, four sun loungers and two umbrellas are situated on a raised plinth beside a 12 x 4 meter infinity edge swimming pool, which appears to almost overflow into rice fields that are unbroken by borders or fences. A barbeque is provided for the guests, and terracotta statues add to the character of the magnificent setting.

A flight of steps leads up to the top storey of the elevated ’balé’ relaxation pavilion; the structure is open on two sides next to a towering holy fig tree. Complete with a Palimanan stone floor and encompassed by a wooden balustrade with a built in cushioned sofa, this enchanting relaxation pavilion literally overhangs the rice fields. Guests will be treated to a magnificent view of rural Bali, through the coconut groves to the crashing white surf of the Indian Ocean. The upper storey of the balé is furnished with a table and a satellite TV/DVD cabinet. A telephone is provided so that guests can order food and drinks without having to move. There is additional poolside seating on the lower deck of the balé, where there is also a toilet and an outdoor shower.

The two bedrooms are accessed by stepping stones bridging a fish pond, which is stocked with koi fish and features a small fountain bubbling over an urn. Each air-conditioned bedroom is a mirror image of the other characterized by a protruding bay window with a cushioned window seat overhanging the fish pond. Each bedroom also features a cool terrazzo floor, local artwork and a canopied queen-size four-poster bed. A bold aquamarine wall adds a splash of colour, sliding glass doors allow the cool breezes to permeate and ceiling fans provide additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. More glass doors lead from each bedroom into the en-suite garden bathrooms; almost identical, each is set within a private walled courtyard complete with a rustic table and seat. ’His and hers’ washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest on upon sheltered terrazzo washstands, which are lit by pendulous lanterns and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. Each garden bathroom is planted with shrubs, trees and bamboo; guests will enjoy bathing under the stars in the large terrazzo tub. The shower is tucked under the eaves of the roof and surrounded by stylish black terrazzo. The toilet is hidden in a recess.

A connecting door links Villa 3 to Villa 2, providing a four-bedroom facility, if required.

Villa 4 - One Bedroom with Private Pool

Number of Bedroom: 1
District of Bali: Seseh
Total Living Area: 90 m2
Total Area of Grounds: 300 m2


Villa 4 is a one-bedroom villa comprised of a semi-open air living and dining pavilion leading into a bedroom complete with an en-suite garden bathroom. There is also an elevated relaxation pavilion and a swimming pool.

The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors; white Palimanan stepping stones will then bring guests past an ornamental pond fed by four water spouts.

The living and dining pavilion is open on three sides and features a soaring ’alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool; it is furnished with a turquoise-cushioned sofa and chairs, boat-shaped lamps, and a glass topped circular table. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a terrazzo bar and is complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player.

The air-conditioned bedroom is accessed from the living area and features a cool terrazzo floor, a canopied queen-size four-poster bed; and a satellite TV and DVD player; ceiling fans provide additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. Local artwork adorns the walls and boat-shaped lamps illuminate the pitched roof. Double doors lead into the en-suite garden bathroom, which is bordered by mature trees including a holy fig tree in one corner. Double washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest on upon terrazzo washstands, and are sheltered by the eaves of the roof and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. The bathroom also features a terrazzo tub set upon a raised Palimanan stone platform; stepping stones lead across loose pebbles to an outdoor rain shower, and the toilet is hidden in a recess.

The walled garden is characterized by a flat lawn with two pool loungers and an umbrella beside an 8 x 4 meter swimming pool. A water spout emanates from an ornamental stone carved relief. Six stone steps lead from the pool area up to a raised balé relaxation pavilion with a thatched roof and two built-in cushioned sofas. From here, guests will be treated to magnificent view of rural Bali, towards the crashing white surf of the Indian Ocean.

Accommodation Rates inclusive of:

  • 21% Government Tax and Service Charge.

  • Pick up & transfer from Airport to villa and transfer from villa to Airport (1 x in & 1 x out) in private air-conditioned car.

  • Refreshments and welcome drink upon arrival at the villa.

  • Daily breakfast

  • Welcome fruit
  • Free mineral drinking water for the duration of stay.

  • Housekeeping service

  • Meals, laundry, local transportation, telephone bill, shopping fee and other optional extras are at guest’s account.

Check In and Check Out:
CHECK-IN TIME: 14:00 PM
CHECK-OUT TIME: 11:00 AM

  • Early check-in is available for free-of-charge and subject to availability.
  • Late check-out is available subject to availability. Late check out until 6:00 PM will be charged 50% of nightly rate, after 6:00 PM will be charged at full nightly rate.

Minimum Stay Requirements at Villa Tamu Seseh:
Low Season: 2-NIGHTS
High Season: 3-NIGHTS
Peak Season: 5-NIGHTS

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VILLA PRICE DETAIL

Villa Tamu Seseh - Rates  
Valid immediately until: March 31st, 2014
All prices in US Dollar (US$)

Villa Type and Bedroom Normal Season High Season Peak Season Breakfast Booking
One-bedroom private pool villa
Rice Field and mountain views
 
215++
240++
295++
Yes
Two-bedroom private pool villa
Rice Field and ocean views
 
400++
425++
495++
Yes
Three-bedroom private pool villa
Rice Field, mountain and ocean views
 
555++
600++
670++
Yes
Four-bedroom private pool villa (combination villa)
Rice Field, mountain and ocean views
 
695++
755++
840++
Yes
Five-bedroom private pool villa (combination villa)
Rice Field, mountain and ocean views
 
830++
885++
975++
Yes
Six-bedroom private pool villa (combination villa)
Rice Field, mountain and ocean views
 
935++
1010++
1105++
Yes
Seven-bedroom private pool villa (combination villa)
Rice Field, mountain and ocean views
 
1030++
1130++
1210++
Yes
 
Villa Tamu Seseh Remarks:
 

VILLA TAMU SESEH - CANGGU
(1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Villa)

Rate subject to 21% Tax and Service Surcharge.
B’Fast "Yes", means Breakfast is already included in our rates.
B’Fast "No", means Breakfast is NOT included in our rates.

To inquire about the availability of a room or to place a final booking click on the button "BOOK". This will take you to the booking form, which will allow you to specify all of your requirements.

Normal Season Period:
 

1st – 19th December 2012, 9th January 2013 – 06th February 2013, 15th  February – 27th March 2013, 4th April – 14th July 2013, 16th September – 19 December 2013, 9th – 28th January 2014, 5th February – 31s

High Season Period:
 

7th – 14th February 2013(Chinese New Year), 28th March – 3rd April 2013 (Easter), 15th – 31st July 2013, 1st – 15th September 2013, 29th January – 4th February 2014.

Peak Season Period:
 

20th December 2012 – 08th January 2013, 1st – 31st August 2013, 20th December 2013 – 8th January 2014