Villa Eden Kaba Kaba is a Magnificent Venue for Retreats, Family Holidays and Special Occasions
The sprawling nature of this wonderful property means its uses are literally limitless. The extensive sundecks can be cleared of furniture and used as yoga shale for private wellness retreats. It can also set up with tables to seat approximately 40 guests for a wedding party or other special occasion. Surrounded by spectacular views over a valley jostling with jungle wilderness and rice paddies. This really is the ideal place to get away from it all.
The master suite at Villa Eden is located on the first floor of the main house and features two rooms either side of a wide expanse of balcony. The smallest of these can be made into a child’s room or used as a private media room. The bigger room features a canopy double bed, a large dressing area and a lovely ensuite with a shower.
Two further bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms are located on the ground floor. The fourth bedroom is in the Tree House, accessed via the pool deck.
Access to the Tree House is via the outside deck, with childproof fencing leading up to the house. The Tree House has its own living room, with massive TV, ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet and kitchenette. The terrace is a beautiful spot to relax overlooking the gardens and waterfall, and paddy fields beyond.
Villa Eden Kaba Kaba’s Living Areas
This villa has a variety of divine indoor and outdoor living areas. Making sure that guests have a choice of places to socialize and relax. Spellbind decorated with eclectic touches of tropical style throughout, this villa charms guests from the minute they enter. A large open plan living and dining area dominates the ground floor of the main house. And it is open to the outdoors but protected by louvered shutters and storm blinds. This has an assortment of seating from comfortable sofas to period style window seats where guests can feast their eyes on their seductive surroundings.
Central to this living area is a large formal dining table where guest can take their meals. The villa supplies a cook whose menu features local and western favorites, all priced separately for lunch dinner and snacks. There is also a cozy, air-conditioned media room where you can curl up and watch the latest movie or read a book.
Villa Eden is staffed by an amazing team who are frequently complimented by guests for their good food, hospitality and excellent service. The team consists of a cook, a butler, housekeeping and a driver. Our villa managers are also an excellent source of insider Bali information and can provide some excellent suggestions for places to go and things to do.
Located next to the indoor dining room, the media room has comfortable sofas facing a TV with DVD player and assorted games to entertain kids of all ages.
Beautifully maintained gardens surround the villa with manicured lawns that border further gardens, which lead down to a stream fed by the villa’s private waterfall. Surrounding the villa on all sides are tall trees, paddy fields, temples and relaxation bale in the corner of the grounds. It is easy to imagine that guests could be relaxing in Ubud. This is a perfect hidden retreat.
The magnificent pool is an extension of the pool deck, so guests who prefer the shade of the indoor dining and living room or the pool deck can all enjoy friends frolicking in the pool.
Villa Eden Kaba Kaba Surrounded
The villa is built high up, overlooking a valley and opens directly onto a large tiered sun terrace, which leads down to the gardens and curves around to the tree house and waterfall. Luxurious double day beds invite guests to relax at the foot of the infinity pool, which seems to mystically float out over the manicured lawns below. The decking also features a further outdoor dining table shaded by umbrellas and a seating area under an open-sided pavilion.
Moreover, there is another tier of decking below, on the way down to the grounds, which meander across an exquisitely landscaped terrain with towering coconut palms down a small allotment growing chilies and the iconic rice paddies. Here at the bottom of the garden is another pavilion with seating. Where you can enjoy the nature and the black, white and yellow flashes of a tiny temple nestled in the jungle.