Tucked away on the south-west coast of Bali, hidden from the hustle and bustle of Legian and Seminyak the small fishing village of Seseh has managed to retain the cultural spirit of Bali. From the winding road that leads you through picturesque rice paddies to the serene beauty of the village temple and happy smiling faces of the residents of Seseh, one feels connected with the true Bali.
Set amidst a plantation of mature coconut palms, mango trees and lush tropical gardens lies "Serasi", a luxurious and expansive 3-bedroom villa, designed by internationally acclaimed architect, Glenn Parker of GPA Indonesia. Blending the very best of traditional Balinese architecture with modernist luxury, the one thousand square meter property consists of three individual Balinese pavilions arranged around an open poolside courtyard. Cool, light furniture, finishes and fabrics have been chosen to compliment the local materials of alang-alang grass roofs, white palimanan stone floors and decorative Balinese hand-carved columns and doors.
The orientation of the pavilions face west to enjoy the last remaining rays of the sun as it casts its dancing light through the coconut palms. Surrounded by frangipani trees, the 7m x 7m swimming pool incorporates rich green stone tiles creating a naturally fluid connection to the lush surrounding landscape.
Villa Serasi offers spacious and open-air living and dining spaces complimented by three air-conditioned bedrooms. White cotton mosquito nets and luxuriously soft feather pillows, candles and incense, all create a feeling of romance. The master bedroom, featuring a queen-sized bed, opens onto a gardened indoor/outdoor bathroom with a large modern bathtub and shower. The other two bedrooms, one with queen size bed, the other with two oversized single beds are housed in an adjoining pavilion. Sharing a bathroom, the two bedroom pavilion nicely suits family living.
Friendly staff take care of all cooking, cleaning, gardening and maintenance, ensuring your stay at Serasi is a truly memorable one. A sumptuous American breakfast, compliments of the villa, is served daily. Delicious meals for lunch and dinner can also be prepared by our talented cook, (skilled in both Indonesian and Western cuisine) who has been trained by co-owner Kirsty Cassidy, renowned Food Editor of Elle Australia.
Serasi is suitable for all, whether you are a couple, a family with children or a group of six adults. Rates are also available on a "per room" basis, allowing guests to book the villa as a one-bedroom, two-bedroom or three-bedroom, (whilst still enjoying exclusivity of the villa). The villa is equipped with a baby cot, high chair and pool fence for the children.
We look forward to welcoming you to Serasi, and its heavenly tranquility.