Abaca Villa Kadek
This beautiful and luxurious traditional Balinese villa is in the heart of Seminyak – the most fashionable beach town in the south of Bali. Abaca Villa Kadek is the perfect vacation spot for large families or a large group of friends who are looking for a spacious, tropical vacation.
The living room is open-concept building, embracing the tropical lifestyle. The interior design is all natural, featuring teak wood and rattan furniture, all custom-designed and the room is beautifully decorated with antiques, traditional art and traditional textiles. The sofa lounge sits in the middle of the living room, featuring 3 cushioned rattan sofas and 3 comfy armchairs, placed around a single slab teak wood coffee table. A lovely place to sit back, enjoying the view of the garden and pool. For entertainment, the living room is set out with a LED screen HD TV and sound system so you can also watch movies and listen to your favorite music. The teak wood dining table is truly handsome and it is accompanied by 12 rattan dining chairs. The kitchen is fully equipped with more than you need, including a wine cooler. Following the stairs up to the second floor leads to a bridge that connects two of the bedrooms in the estate. The bridge is furnished with two super comfy daybeds where you can lounge and snooze to the view of rice paddies.
The swimming pool is flanked by a shaded terrace on one side and gently takes care of the grass on the other. Choose between comfortable chairs to sit and drink or lounge chairs in the sun to get your tropical island tan. Or you can go to the lounge in the gazebo while watching the children play in the shallow pool area. Balinese umbrellas provide shade in shallow water so parents don’t have to worry about their child’s sun burning in seconds.
There are 5 bedrooms found in this grand tropical holiday estate. 2 of them are located up on the first floor, 1 flank the living room downstairs and the other 2 are tucked in a separate building on the other side of the pool. Each bedroom features AC and a canopied four-poster bed tucked in fresh white linen. The bedrooms are decorated with traditional artifacts and rich traditional textiles and each room is also furnished a writing desk, reading chair and custom-made wardrobes. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and the upper bedrooms feature open-air showers with mesmerizing rice paddy views.