Villa Maridadi is a traditional Balinese villa with thatch roofs, lush gardens and personal staff who will take care of your every need. Villa Maridadi translates as ‘beautiful’ from Swahili and lives up to its name offering a splendid setting amid cascading rice fields overlooking the roaring Indian Ocean from an elevated position.
The property is set on 4,100 sq. m of prime land, and is bordered by spectacular rice fields on one side and the vast volcanic black sand beach on the other. Nestled in the sleepy seaside Cemagi village on the western coast of Bali, Villa Maridadi neighbours a sea temple – Pura Gede Luhur Batungaus blessing the area with blissful vibes and enchanting Balinese traditions.
Built in classic Balinese style, Villa Maridadi beautifully blends earth tones with bright splashes of red creating a fancy mix of classy style and contemporary living. Expanding to the dazzling pool set in the centre of manicured lawns, the open-sided living pavilion is strategically located to catch views of mesmerising sunsets over the turquoise ocean. The living area smoothly flows into the dining corner featuring a 3-meter long dining table flanked with 10 seats offering gorgeous vistas and beautiful natural backdrop when relishing sumptuous dinners.
Villa Maridadi’s entertainment is represented with a satellite TV and DVD player and table games housed in a separate media room featuring a large sofa and a daybed both upholstered in brilliant blue. For outdoor fun, there is a generously-sized 20-meter swimming pool hugged by well-groomed lawns. Lounging options range from sun loungers to a stylish shaded bale sitting at the far end of the pool. To the rear of the estate is a tennis court (shared with three other villas) and a majestic elevated lounge offering unobstructed 360-degree views.
Villa Maridadi is located in the traditional village of Cemagi, in Seseh Tanah-Lot on the south-western coast of Bali. The property is just across the road from the uncrowded black-sand beach and a blissful Hindu temple. The neighbourhood provides just a few eateries, so if you want to enjoy the international dining scene, head to Seminyak, which is about a 45-minute drive away.