Villa Leha Leha accentuates the pure nature of Bali with the magnificent tropical and jungle-like gardens that act as a curtain around the property. As the water from the Ayung River trickles down alongside the villa, the peaceful ambience creates a sense of serenity as if you’re on your own private island.
To assist you in your daydreaming there is a plethora of cushioned lounging spots, most of which are found in the airy, open-concept living pavilions – one on the ground floor and the other upstairs.
The downstairs is an open living room that is encompassed by tranquil fish ponds and an engaging deck made of timber. This raised pavilion presides over the garden and pool and has marble floors furnished with an Oriental deigned rug, sofa, lamps and lazy chairs. The décor is further enhanced by the colourful local artwork. The ceiling fan keeps the area cool while the blinds can be lowered for added privacy. There is also a guest washroom just off the living area.
The lounge upstairs can be accessed from the dining room, leading you though a Palimanan stone stairs. This is also an open air space, featuring teakwood flooring and soaring thatched roof. The perfect area to snuggle in with a book, it is furnished with opium daybeds, an Oriental rug and two leather chairs boasting their own magnificent views of the garden and river valley that extends to the ocean.
The air-conditioned dining room seats eight, and with large glass sliding doors on its sides the room exudes an open and spacious feeling. With two sets of Palimanan stone steps and marble floors the villa dining room has a traditional touch with wooden furnishings throughout.
Garden & Pool
Surrounded by tropical gardens, Villa Leha Leha offers picturesque views over an abundance of lush greenery. Soak in the beautiful Balinese weather while relaxing on the sun lounges. If you find yourself getting too hot, Villa Leha Leha provides a large serene swimming pool that is perfect for getting refreshed throughout the day. Swim over to the pool bar to grab a drink for some additional refreshment when desired!
Separating the upstairs lounge from the study room is an impressive all-glass Cathedral window that extends from the floor all the way up to the roof. A bookshelf full of magazines, comfortable leather chairs and a teak desk with a computer makes this room the quintessential place should you want some private time to read or to get some work done (not recommended – you are on holiday sky-gazing remember!).