Villa Bibi is an affordable private villa set in a serene Kerobokan area on the outskirts of trend-setting Seminyak in Bali. Spacious and stylish, Villa Bibi effortlessly marries traditional Balinese architecture with a charming natural setting.
Villa Bibi is a lovely tropical retreat that combines classic Balinese style with lavish mod cons and provides a beautiful natural backdrop for a sun-filled holiday. Offering tranquillity and sheer relaxation, the property is only a 10-minute drive from sophisticated Seminyak, so the rates for this charming five-bedroom estate are very reasonable.
Nestled in a traditional Joglo house with an open-plan layout and generous spaces, Villa Bibi offers ample room for families and large groups. The large living area encompasses a casual dining space and opens to the pool and garden creating a beautiful natural backdrop for informal dinners. Furnished with a huge L-shaped sofa, the in-villa entertainment comprises a widescreen satellite TV and a billiard table.
At the far end of the massive living room sits the grand 10-seater dining table flanked by wooden red-themed arm-chairs that opens to a fully-equipped modern kitchen. The breakfast bar lined with high stools provides additional seating.
The fascinating outdoor living space boasts a well-maintained tropical garden enveloping a generously-sized swimming pool. Adjacent to the open-sided living area is a traditional poolside bale with two comfy couches and unobstructed views. Scattered around groomed lawns are multiple sun loungers and leaf-shaped daybeds for relaxing and soaking up the sun.
Built in traditional Balinese style, each of Villa Bibi’s lavish bedrooms has a large double bed and ensuite bathroom equipped with either a terrace bathtub or walk-in shower or both.
Villa Bibi is located in Kerobokan village on the outskirts of trendy Seminyak in Bali. The beach is around 1.5 km from the villa, and the centre of the town is 400 m away. There are several famous restaurants within a 5-minute drive including MAMA San, Cafe Warisan, Ku De Ta and La Lucciola.