Ombak Laut
  • Ombak Laut - Rolling lawns and seaside bale
  • Ombak Laut - Garden, lawns and sea
  • Ombak Laut - Garden paths
  • Ombak Laut - Living, pool, gardens and sea
  • Ombak Laut - Afternoon dining by the pool
  • Ombak Laut - Dining room
  • Ombak Laut - Games room
  • Ombak Laut - Bale by tennis court pool
  • Ombak Laut - Joglo bedroom
  • Ombak Laut - Joglo bathroom
  • Ombak Laut - Master bedroom
  • Ombak Laut - Master suite living room
  • Ombak Laut - Master bathroom
  • Ombak Laut - Guest bedroom 1
  • Ombak Laut - Pool and living room at night

Welcome to
Villa Ombak Laut

Villa Ombak Laut enjoys what is quite possibly one of the most spectacular locations in Bali. With uninterrupted ocean views across glistening black sands and a rocky outcrop baring a revered sea temple; rolling tropical gardens featuring two dazzling swimming pools, an immaculate tennis court; a romantic sunset balé; spacious, comfortable living and sleeping pavilions, and five-star service including an in-house chef – this six-bedroom villa will simply take your breath away.

Poised above the beach near the delightful village of Cemagi on Bali’s south-west coast, this striking villa luxuriates over one hectare to create a private retreat perfect for families and groups seeking a peaceful and relaxing holiday. Blessed with incredible sunsets, views over neighbouring rice terraces, the hypnotic sounds of crashing waves and glimpses of traditional village life, Villa Ombak Laut is indeed something special, and a place you will never forget.

The layout

Villa Ombak Laut is styled on the traditional Balinese compound, with peaceful and private sleeping and living pavilions resting amongst luscious tropical gardens.  Guests enter the villa via wooden Balinese doors and a Palimanan stone staircase that leads to a trickling fish pond adorned with water lilies. From here the villa and its grounds are revealed, and the views go all the way to the ocean.

To the rear of the property two guest bedrooms are housed below a large, bright, second floor games room. Two more bedroom pavilions lie on either side of a stepping-stone pathway that leads to the living pavilion which overlooks the 18-metre infinity pool, the garden, the beach and the ocean beyond. Adjacent to the living pavilion is a stylish dining room linked by a covered walkway to the kitchen. To the right of the living pavilion rests a two-storey building accommodating the master bedroom suite.

On the far side of the grounds lies the tennis court, gladak guest house and second swimming pool with views to the nearby rice terraces.  A sunset balé is strategically placed on rolling lawns, just above the beach for optimal ocean views.

The rooms

Master bedroom pavilion

Split over three levels, the master bedroom pavilion, with warm teak flooring, alang-alang thatched roof and stunning ocean views from its private balcony, is very romantic. The bedroom is located upstairs and features a super-king-size four-poster bed draped in mosquito netting.

A wooden staircase leads down to a half-landing and the exotic master bathroom. Here, a large circular jacuzzi tub sits under a thatched roof within a garden courtyard. A twin terrazzo vanity and open-to-the-sky rain shower complete this spa-like ensuite.

Below the bedroom is a cosy study with 27-inch TV, Bose sound system, piano, comfortable sofa and a library stocked with games, DVDs, CDs and books. The master bedroom pavilion is cooled with air-conditioning and ceiling fans.

Guest rooms

Behind the master bedroom and living/dining area lie two air-conditioned guest pavilions with thatched roofs, wooden floors and bright ceramic murals on one of their outer walls. Both rooms feature king-size four-poster beds with mosquito netting, ceiling fans, ensuite bathrooms with tubs and open-air showers. A small patio lies to the front of each room furnished with a daybed and wicker chairs.

The two guest bedrooms located below the games room are ideal for children and/or grandparents. Light, airy and more modern in design than the other bedrooms, these two rooms feature cool terrazzo floors and bright abstract artworks and are furnished with twin beds (four-postered in one room). Glass sliding doors open to the garden, while semi-outdoor bathrooms offer a tub and open-air shower. Two trundle beds provide extra sleeping space for children in one of the rooms.

Gladak guest house

The beautiful gladak guest house is perfect for guests craving some extra privacy. Facing the tennis court, this antique Javanese building has the feel of a tennis clubhouse, with prime views for watching a match while enjoying a refreshing glass of squash on the wide veranda: there’s even an old pressed wooden tennis racquet on one of the walls.

Constructed entirely of wood, this air-conditioned, one-bedroom guest house presents a king-size four-poster bed draped in mosquito netting, delicate wall hangings, a daybed, a comfortable sofa, desk and chairs. The rustic ensuite bathroom has a terrazzo bathtub and a rain shower enclosed by wooden panelling.  Just beyond the gladak is a second swimming pool and relaxation balé.

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