Fine hospitality from real people, steps from one of Bali’s best beaches


“This is an easy going, small and efficient homestay that is perfect for the solo and budget traveler who wants to surf nearby or just wants a place to stay away from the annoying noise and pushy folks of seminyak, etc for a few days. The location is not walkable to the restaurants of Canggu or Balu Belig so you will need your own bike/vehicle to stay here and get around There is a really solid restaurant on the water which you can walk to and there is the strip at echo beach which is always busy. The accommodations are not luxury, but safe, secure and clean. You will have a welcome space to do your reading, or lazing around the house but it’s a true Homestay not a hotel. There won’t be very many guests so don’t chose it for somewhere to meet people. They do attract nice guests though. Your hosts are probably some of the coolest people you will stay with in Bali- very smart, motivated, honest, warm and organized Indonesian modern couple who are competent business people that you will actually want to be around. Again, the proximity to the gorgeous and still local/chill (there is a large hotel complex in the making) beach is unique to pretty much anywhere you will stay in Bali.”

Innermeetme from New York. Stayed May 2012, traveled solo

taken from community review on Trip Advisor

 

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About Esi

I live by the beach, counted as one of my achievement of millions dreams I have. Fall in love with Bali, my so-called 'my happy place'. Padi Licensed Diver, try (but keep failing) on Yoga, running on the beach during sunset, and now learning for not getting juiced by the wave on my yellow boogie board. To Life is human, to TRAVEL is Live. Visited 4 continents, 13 countries, and 28 cities outside Indonesia so far. And found out that Indonesia has the purest beauty, so I am now nestling down on the Island made when God was smiling.
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