Room with separate entrance in private home with ensuite hot water, outdoor shower and study. Second floor with ricefield view and balcony. Owner is longterm Bali resident. Wifi & laundry available. Breakfast served upon request at additional cost.
Nestled in the southern end of Peliatan and just next to the Pura Dalem temple, this property has easy access to the ARMA Museum and restaurants. The owner is the only foreigner who has held the position of klian adat (traditional leader) in her village and has a strong background in the performing arts.
You will have access to your rooms (bedroom and study) via a separate entrance. If you opt for the breakfast (at additional cost), it will be brought to your room. You are welcome to sit in our yard and play with our dogs. Coffee, tea and mineral water provided 24/7.
Interaction with guests
I (Rucina) am often away at work at a NGO, but am available for consults on things cultural and practical. My sons are home off and on from their travels and are always available for a chat over coffee.
Other things to note
We have two super friendly (and fully vaccinated) dogs: Loki and Stella. And an aloof cat named Ginny. And numerous lizards who are unnamed.
Sheets are changed every 3 days.
Smoking allowed in the yard.
We prefer guests who are non smoking and not excessive drinkers or shouters.
My name is Anaki, born from a Balinese/Brazilian mix, bred in Bali and working as a merchant marine. I spend half of my time in Hawaii, and the rest in Bali. I will still be able to host with the help of my sweet mother even when I am abroad. Have fun :)
And I am Rucina, Anaki's and Prabu's mom. I am American born, Indonesian by naturalization and marriage and have lived in Bali since 1974. I came here to study dance and theatre and co wrote with Wayan Dibia BALINESE DANCE, DRAMA AND MUSIC. I teach dance to local girls to help boost their confidence, love to read, am a cultural tourism guide and founded the comedy group GEDEBONG GOYANG. I am active in the Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset and my day job is in NGO work. I laugh at least ten times a day.