Located just beyond the bustling streets of Ubud. The house has a simply design & simply furnished. The room has a private bathroom with hot&cold shower facilities and also facing the beautiful garden of tropical tree and nice artwork Get closer to culture, wake up with sound of chickens, watch TV's or Movies on the 32" flat screen. Enjoy traditional + modern.
Cheap. Good Enough. Not nice view but good place for sleep and go around Ubud even Bali. You can do trips from here.
Guests have access to all areas of the house except the temple (you need sarong to enter the temple)
Interazione con gli ospiti
We always give our best attention to every guest who stays at our place :) and we would be very happy to welcome you in Ubud
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in room available hot and cold drinking water using the water heater and is also available for wifi portable modem, you only need to recharge voucher at the counter nearby, it's only IDR50thousand for 3Gb. We provide free drinking water and quota 10Gb wifi if you stay a minimum of 1 month
Please do not light any candles.
Please do not smoke in the rooms but only in the open area and outside.
There will be a charge of 10 $ for lost keys.
We believe in common sense and mutual respect and appreciation.
We live not far from a Balinese village, please respect our neighbors by not playing loud music or making loud noise before 7 am and after 9 pm.
Thanks for your understanding.
We have 3 private guest house. Here are all the listings:
De Oka House:
NO SMOKING ALLOWED.
IDENTITY DOCUMENTS: Please give me a Photocopy of your passport. We are required to give a photocopy of your Passport to our local Indonesian police.
Due to the increase of tourism on the island we are sorry to not be able to guarantee complete silence; village life is busy. Noises from ceremonies, roosters, dogs barking, motorbikes are possible and unpredictable and to be expected in Bali.
DOs and DON'Ts (here): Alcohol is ok but unless you want to end your life in an Indonesian jail, don't be silly and bring drugs. No crazy parties
Please keep all your valuable stuff such as passport, wallet, cellphone or camera with you at all times.
DOs and DON'Ts (temples):If you plan on going to a temple, make sure you bring (or borrow) a sarong and sash, and - if you are a woman - a blouse that at least covers your arms to the elbow. In some temples this is not compulsory, but in all cases, it will show your respect for our local Hindu people's values and beliefs.
Respect the Balinese people and surrounding nature. Cultivate good energy here. Also when you make the booking thanks to give me exact arrival details so that we can be prepared to receive you at the house.
When you will leave the house, please put the room key in the basket at shelf in front of your room
Hi i'm Gungde Adi, I'm an architect. i'm the one of grandson of the Manikan family.
As a balinese family we are willing to help and share our great balinese tradition and culture with you.
I am happy to meet nomads and always try to respect everyone
I AM AVAILABLE FOR AIRPORT PICK UP, TOUR and rent many kind of scooters
We are proud to host guests from all over the world.