About Villa AyoKa
Villa AyoKa is a vacation complex composed of two pavilions epitomizing the fluid combination of traditional Balinese architecture – with its distinctive Joglo roofs – and contemporary rustic design. Interiors are appointed with predominantly weathered as well as woven wood furnishings and fixtures. While amenities are discriminately five star – to enhance all-out guest delight and enjoyment. Constructed at the boundary of land and ocean, Villa AyoKa truly affords you genteel vacation living with a truly quiet and laid back ambience.
Outdoor And Pool Area
The centerpiece of the property’s exterior is the 15-meter swimming pool. Give in to its beckoning, glassy waters for some mindless wading. Or, pull everyone in for some splashy fun and games. Then, move over to the swimming pool’s built-in jacuzzi and ease your aching muscles in its bubbly, heated waters. For some sun, you can lie on cushioned, woven wood pool beds partially covered by large umbrellas or by trees on the poolside stone deck. But as soon as the rays begin to burn, retreat to the shade of the poolside bale and doze off on its wide mattress and soft pillows as a balmy breeze blows by.
The Living Space
At the elevated portion of the villa’s semi-open, breezy and high-ceilinged pavilion is the living area. Around its hefty and cushioned, woven wood sofa and chairs, you can all converge for light yet engaging conversation. By the poolside entrance of the pavilion – behind the pool beds – is the dining area with its irregularly shaped timber wood table good for six. Here, you can all have your fill of authentic Balinese specialties – as well as foreign fare – freshly cooked by the onsite chef at the villa’s fully-equipped kitchen. Fixed between the living and dining areas is a day bed where you can spend some alone time in stream-of-consciousness contemplation. Beside the villa’s two-level pavilion – connected by a walkway – is a 10-meter high tower with a covered sitting area at the top. With 360-degree views of the rice fields and the distant mountain range, this sitting area is perfect for sunset cocktails especially on windy late afternoons.
The villa has three bedrooms – all are in the villa’s two-level pavilion. The glass-walled master bedroom is on the ground level and has a draped king-sized bed as well as a dedicated, semi-open bathroom with a rain shower and a black stone bathtub. This bedroom has direct access to the swimming pool. Adjacent to the master bedroom is a guest room with draped twin beds as well as a dedicated bathroom with a rain shower. This bedroom also has direct access to the swimming pool area. Another glass-walled guest room is on the pavilion’s second level and has a king-sized bed, as well as a dedicated bathroom with a rain shower. This bedroom opens out to a furnished balcony overlooking the swimming pool, the garden and the outlying rice fields.
Staff And Services
In charge of carrying out the villa’s daily services is a staff that’s comprised of a personal guest assistant, a pool attendant, a gardener as well as housekeepers and security personnel. Aside from the chef, a babysitter, a driver, a laundry helper and a spa therapist may be called in upon your request. Their services, however, come with a separate charge. Bike, scooter, car and boat rentals are also available.
Around Villa AyoKa
Villa AyoKa is based in the village of Kedungu. From the villa, go sightseeing at Tanah Lot – an ancient, off-shore temple carved from ocean rock. You may also want to see if your game is at par with the 18-hole championship course of the Nirwana Golf Club which encompasses rice fields and cliffs overlooking the ocean. But you certainly must spend a day at Pantai Batu Mejan or commonly called Echo Beach. Acknowledged as one of Bali’s hottest surfing destinations, Echo Beach has a beautiful seascape, a breathtaking sunset and bountiful seafood. Highly recommended dining places are Sticky Fingers, Osteria Italiana, Sate Bali, Dian Café and Echo Beach House – mainly because of their barbecues and boat-shaped buffets.