Sawatri is the Balinese name for the Goddess of the Sun.
From the Balinese gate, guests enter the villa's dining and open
kitchen area - offering a feeling of friendly and warm welcome.
In traditional Balinese style, the kitchen is placed close to the
entrance so that the fire (Brahma) will destroy all bad spirits
and energy. Next there is the generous sized study, also furnished
with two single beds. A master bedroom, with large veranda and luxury
ensuite, leads onto a private garden and swimming pool.
the upper level of Sawatri there is the large marbled-floored living
area featuring an exposed thatch roof and offering a perfect space
for private gatherings and entertaining. There is also a master
bedrooms situated on this upper floor, with large balcony facing
the Ayung River Valley and offering complete privacy.
Pratiwi is Balinese for Earth.
Located in the middle of the Gayatri complex, Pratiwi has a comfortable
hall for combined living and dining, right next to its black slated
swimming pool. Pratiwi offers an intimate and cosy atmosphere. The
living room leads to the Study, which is also furnished with two
separate pavilion offers two master bedrooms, one on ground level
and one on the upper storey. The upstairs bedroom affords the best
views within the entire property - very expansive vistas of the
beautiful Ayung River Valley. The downstairs bedroom, located just
next to the swimming pool, has a luxurious bathroom, with two wash
basins, separate shower and terrazzo bath tub ideal for two. There
is also a walk-in closet.
is the Balinese name for the holiest water.
Entry to Villa Amarta is through a beautiful sloping walkway covered
with giant ferns. The villa features three separate pavilions and
its spectacular infinity swimming pool.
each contain a master bedroom, both featuring a wide balcony with
magnificent uninterrupted views of the Ayung River Valley. Their
ensuite bathrooms offer walk-in closets, double wash basins, separate
showers and large baths giving guests the ultimate experience of
bathing right on the edge of the river valley.
central living-dining room pavilion extends into the lush tropical
garden and to the infinity pool, directly facing the Ayung River
Valley. This pavilion also offers a wide open fully equipped kitchen,
as well as a private study. The study is furnished with an old Javanese
teak wooden bed.