Villa Tirta Naga is the embodiment of tropical style, contemporary creature comforts and Balinese hospitality that combine to offer a true sense of place under the bright blue Bali sky. Here, antique furnishings and objet d’art mix with sun decks and swimming pools, rich fabrics contrast with white stone floors, and super comfortable beds sit under thatched roofs to create a picture postcard setting for your ideal tropical holiday.
Open to the garden and cooled by ceiling fans, the living room is a large space with stone floors and a high-pitched thatched ceiling offering loads of space to chill out and relax from the sun. It contains a small desk, an antique double daybed, a formal dining table for six and a beautifully carved Javanese doorway set upon the back wall. Behind the doorway is a discreet and extremely cozy and comfortable space filled with cushions; perfect for a day or night with a good book, or even just having a relaxing afternoon sleep.
Filled with all the appliances you could imagine for self-catering, this wonderful open-air dining area has a table for six under a high thatched roof with a gently spinning ceiling fan, and is a wonderful place to start each day as you are served breakfast by your butler.
Ample garden space is a treat in a villa this close to the beach, so with two swimming pools, manicured lawns and gardens shaded by mature trees, water fountains, and two wooden sun decks with sun loungers, umbrellas and outdoor furniture, Villa Tirta Naga gives you so many reasons not to ever want to venture outside of the villa grounds.
The master bedroom is accessed off the main living room through two different antique doors, and once inside is a treasure trove of Indonesian antiquities. Characterised by rich hardwood floors and high thatched ceilings, it is furnished with a large Javanese king sized, an antique chest and has highly decorated double doors leading out to its en-suite garden bathroom, which has a double vanity, a monsoon shower, a water fountain and a large, carved, stone bathtub.
Across the garden from the main house is the guesthouse, a perfectly round dwelling offering lots of space and natural light. With stone floors and window seats, a queen bed takes centre stage under a soaring roof lined with bamboo and thatch, while to the rear is an en-suite bathroom, which includes double sinks and an outdoor garden shower. Immediately outside is a wooden deck with outdoor furniture and access to the second swimming pool to the front and the