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Villa 1 is a one-bedroom villa comprised of a semi-open air living and dining pavilion leading into a bedroom complete with an en-suite garden bathroom. The villa also boasts an elevated relaxation pavilion and a swimming pool.
The villa is entered via a set of double antique doors leading from a small courtyard. Here, two Balinese statues rest in a serene lotus pond, with three trickling water spouts.
The living and dining pavilion is open on three sides and features a soaring ‘alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream terrazzo floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool; it is tastefully furnished with a cushioned sofa, chairs, and a circular table created from a mosaic of white coconut shell. The pavilion also integrates an open-plan kitchenette, for the use of the guests on those occasions when they might not require waiter/waitress service from the main Tamu Seseh service-kitchen. The kitchenette is located behind a terrazzo bar and is complete with a gas hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. Inside the fitted cupboards, guests will also find a stereo CD/cassette player.
The air-conditioned bedroom is accessed from the living area, the entrance marked by a pair of primitive-style Indonesian wood carvings. The bedroom features a cool terrazzo floor and a canopied queen-size four-poster bed. A satellite TV and DVD player is positioned within a built-in alcove, and a ceiling fan provides additional comfort. A fitted cupboard houses a safe deposit box, together with a chest of drawers and ample hanging space. Local artwork adorns the walls and boat-shaped lamps illuminate the pitched roof. Double antique doors lead into the en-suite garden bathroom where ‘his and hers’ washbasins with freestanding circular mirrors rest upon a terrazzo washstand. The washstand is sheltered by the eaves of the roof and garnished with mother of pearl sea shells. The romantic bathroom is planted with shrubs and bordered by a hedge of bamboo; a green tiled sunken bathtub is approached by four steps below a decoratively carved wall plaque. Stepping stones lead across loose pebbles to a sheltered outdoor shower, and the toilet is hidden in a recess. Sliding glass doors provide an alternative route into the main garden.
The shady walled garden features a flat lawn with two pool loungers and an umbrella beside a 10 x 3 meter lap pool. It is planted with mature trees, fan palms, a flowering ‘Dadap Merah’ tree, and a border of Heliconia, red ginger and bamboo. A flight of wooden steps leads up to the top storey of the elevated ‘balé’. Complete with timber deck and encompassed by a wooden balustrade with a built in cushioned sofa, this enchanting all-timber double-decker relaxation pavilion offers delightful rural views of the neighboring coconut plantation and rice fields. Cushioned seating on both decks ensures the comfort of the guests.
Facilities at Tamu Seseh
One fully air-conditioned bedrooms complete with queen-size beds, and en-suite garden bathrooms with bathtub and shower.
Living and dining pavilion with kitchenette.
Private garden with swimming pool.
Relaxation pavilion with rice field views.
Fully equipped service kitchen at the entrance to the complex.
Satellite TV, DVD player and stereo CD player.
IDD Telephone line.
Safe deposit box in each bedroom.
4 mountain bikes.
Driver with car is available.
Tamu Seseh is fully serviced by:
One full-time house manager. Oversees and co-ordinates the staff and property and is available to assist guests during their stay.
Two cooks. Trained in the preparation of both local and international cuisine. A menu is provided and the staff will do all the market shopping.
Three Housekeepers. Responsible for housekeeping duties, waitress service around the villa and garden, and taking care of daily laundry.
Three security guards. Duties are to guard the complex 24 hours a day to ensure the security of the guests.
Two Gardener. Tending the garden and the grounds of the villas, and cleaning and maintaining the swimming pools.
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