About Villa Cemara
Villa Cemara is a 5-bedroom private villa, characterized by its Balinese-themed architecture and rich interiors. The cozy setting warmly welcomes your family or group of friends amidst its traditionally carved wooden walls. Freshly mown grass is accompanied by the villa’s 10-meter long private pool. The isolating exteriors gives off a fortress-feel that offers seclusion into your own tropical haven across multiple pavilions.
Outdoor & Pool Area
The garden surrounding the property is adorned with luscious greens, vibrant flowers, and tall bustling trees, with a lotus pond and koi fishes! Take a dip in its plunge pool, under the clear blue sky - surrounded by palm trees and fragrant flowers, a soothing afternoon is guaranteed. Rocks and stones are placed along the side of the pool to recreate the raw outdoors. Along the poolside, Villa Cemara is completed with a traditional Bale pavilion, hosting uniform-designed seating arrangements. The garden’s rich foliage is accompanied by padded sun-loungers, poolside umbrellas, and roughly-hewn cobbled stone paving.
Villa Cemara is a beachfront private estate overlooking the oceanic panorama. The outdoor living area boasts alfresco breeze, off-white padded seating arrangements and is adjacent to the pool! 4 armchairs and two elongated couches are framed with wood that are intricately chiseled. At night, the space’s romantic fairy lights glimmer up the entire area. Indoors, a cozy living space can be found nestling a TV set, an armchair and a couch.
Bed & Bathrooms
Each single suite is enclosed by traditionally chiseled doorway that completely extend to the villa’s green gardens. The suite features an en-suite bathroom, a king-sized bed and satellite television. Decked out in intricate carvings and embellishments - it is complete with tiled floors, rustic furniture, a casual seating corner and warm lighting. Generous amounts of pillows are nonetheless included. An alfresco open-aired ensuite bathroom is adjacent to the suite that of which features a spacious outdoor shower and stone-built, sunken-bathtub.
Around Villa Cemara
Take an afternoon stroll out to enjoy to the friendly crowd of vibrant Sanur Beach or perhaps, lay on the shores of wide sanded shores of Sindhu Beach to watch the golden sunsets. Regardless of what day of the week, grab a drink or two, or three, at Ku De Ta, Red Carpet, and La Favela. Warung Heboh is worth a visit for a great range of quality local food that caters well for vegetarians too! A gentle reminder and recommendation to embrace the villa’s neighbouring temples - Pura Petitenget, perhaps take a scenic drive out to Tanah Lot Temple - both of which are open for public to visit. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to play with cheeky monkeys and get to see Bali’s picture-perfect, cliffside sunset!