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Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

Such a nice hotel with a zen atmosphere!!! The bungalows are build around rice fields, at night you can hear the light sound of water going through the fields :) The pool is beautiful, all made of stone, with statues and tropical trees around.
Bungalows are great and well decorated, with an open-air bathroom, you'll feel like having a shower in the jungle ;) so nice!
Food is excellent, organic, but a bit expensive. Breakfasts are the best we had in Bali! Bread with butter and jam, fruits salad, yoghurt, tea/coffee.
The hotel can organize walks, massages, yoga classes for you.
Our experience with the staff was mixed though. One of the person was really nice and smiling but the other one was not caring much about us (didn't say hello, didn't tell us where our room was but just gave us the key... Not really welcoming).
We would also have liked to have wifi to communicate a bit with our family.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 July 2016

This place is marketed as a peaceful mountain resort. It is actually situated in a village, although the setting of the place is quite nice. It seems that the hotel uses the "back to nature" feel as an excuse to be lazy about some of the upkeep. The linen smelt, the mosquitoe net was full of holes and the curtains offered little privacy. The staff were nice enough although the service was quite lacking. The food was slightly bizarre; this is the first and only time I will have spaghetti bol, without any tomato in it. It was also slightly surprising for a peaceful place like this to have ten children running around and bombing in the pool but maybe I am just old before my time.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Joe W
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Reviewed 11 July 2016

Sparse Indonesian pickings on the menu. Asked if I could have sambal, was brusquely told 'I give you chilli, you mix it with ketchup.' Obnoxious young europackers there playing thumpy music outside their room until late.
If the majority of tourists want to eat the same food they eat at home and listen to the same music, let that be an option - a children's menu and headphones, for example, but it is a bitter situation when the minority can't experience, taste or feel the unique qualities of the place they are in because it has all been trampled away by beer-swilling bread-munching ravers, leaving cynical local people who don't care about your interest in or enjoyment of local culture. For the price they need to work harder on identity.
The much complained about insects were not out in significant numbers, I was surprised by how few mosquitoes there were when the room is right next to a rice paddy.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled solo
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1  Thank Marcus L
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Reviewed 17 June 2016

We only stayed a night, but it was a Wonderful experience. Only the sounds of Birds & frogs as you awaken. The grounds are absolutely beautiful, we swam in a pool that spring water from the mountains filled. All organic veges grown here, we had the BEST Mie Goreng for our Dinner, and our Breakfast was delicious. The rooms are clean, and huge in size. A Wonderful Experience.

Room Tip: All cottages are located in Peaceful Surroundings.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
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1  Thank janineh165
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Reviewed 3 June 2016

What a lovely place, beautifully designed and hidden in nature. Great manager in Armi, who is super friendly, experienced, smart and also a great English-speaker. The food, while organic, is ok but not great as it lacks a lot of flavor. Also make sure to bring enough cash as the hotel does not accept credit cards. No fridge in the room. Nevertheless a memorable experience, in an amazing natural setting.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled with family
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