Basuki wooden house
- SQM 70
Basuki is a romantic, wooden house built in the traditional Javanese style,ideal for a couple who desires to get lost in each other’s company. With a gorgeous old verandah overlooking the rolling hills and the tranquil sea, you will be transformed by the magic of nature’s beauty.
A tendril of historicity ties the whole house together as a basuki (dragon) sits atop the roof, keeping watch on all that is good and pure. There is a large, open air bathroom so you can have the most scenic shower of your life. You can forget the rest of the world and allow the wonder of the house to submerge you as you leap into an unforgettable experience. A shared round pool awaits you as well as the buzzing bees and trilling birds! You can also use the large infinitypool at the south side of the retreat, we call the Lingga pool perfect for laps You can reach it after approximately an eight minute hike up hill.
Bedroom 1: one double bed
1 Bathroom, 1 Bedroom, 1 Toilet
SleepingBed linen, 1 King bed
CookingRefrigerator, UV-filter in the kitchen, Bottles with filtered water in the fridge
Heating/CoolingAir conditioning, Ceiling fans
OutsidePrivate Balcony, Sea view, Sunrise views
EntertainmentWireless Broadband Internet, Telephone
SanitaryHair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set
LaundryLaundry available at local rates
MiscellaneousFire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Safe, Villa with local atmosphere
ParkingParking Included, Parking space available close to your room
Spa & GymUnheated Outdoor pool (Shared), Spa facilities available, Massage menu available, Yoga teacher available at an extra rate
OutsideDeck chairs, Private Garden, Mountain Bikes and motorbikes available to rent
banjar dinas taman ayun desa Sumberkima kecamatan gerokgak, kab buleleng, Sumberkima Hill, 81155, Indonesia
HOW TO GET THERE
We can arrange your transport from the airport or your hotel and drive you to Sumberkima Hill.
Cost for a pick up from the airport is RP 800.000 for 4 people and luggage and IDR 850.000 to IDR 1.200.000 for 5-10 people with luggage.Transport will take approximately 4 hours depending on how busy it is in the south.
It is also possible to make a day trip with scenic stops along the way for IDR 900.000 with a car suitable for 4 people. Scenic stops can be for instance, at the twin lakes, the Temple Ulun Danu and the Munduk Waterfall.
In case you arrive with your own transport please find directions here:
Directions from the south.:
Sumberkima Hill is on a side street of the coast road from Seririt to Gilimanuk. It is about a 50 minutes drive from Seririt.
Closer to Sumberkima Hill:
After Pemuteran you cross a bridge to reach Sumberkima. After 400 meters you pass a small airfield on your right. Than after 500 meters you pass the Lpd bank on your left side. After 700 meters you will see a Sumberkima Hill sign on the right side of the road, indicating the exit is 650 meters away. There you will find signs on a pillar at the right side of the road directing you to a small side road up the hill on your left. Please take a left at that sign. You can follow the small signs after that.
Directions from Gilimanuk harbor:
If you arrive from the harbor, coming from Java (Ketapang), we can pick you up in Gilimanuk (Bali) approx. a 30 minute drive. Please note Bali time is one hour later compared to Java time. Cost for a pick up is IDR 300.000 for a car suitable for 4 people and luggage and IDR 500.000 for a car up to 10 people and luggage. It is also possible to get your own taxi at the harbor.
If you arrive with your own transport please find directions from Gilimanuk here:
After a 20 minutes drive from Gilimanuk towards Singaraja you will reach Pejarakan village by passing the Mimpi Resort Menjangan sign on your left.
After a 5 minutes drive from Pejarakan you will reach Sumberkima Village.
After 900 meters you will see a Sumberkima Hill sign on the left side of the road, indicating the entrance is 650 meters away. There you will find signs on a pillar at the left side of the road directing you to a small side road up the hill on your right. Please take a right at that sign. You can follow the small signs after that.