An intimate hideaway overlooking Ubud’s glorious terraced rice paddies.

The Ubud Village sits in beautiful lush grounds complete with coconut palms, striking Balinese architecture, ornate sculptures and water features, which sets the tone for a relaxing stay. The resort even has its own rice paddy and encourages guests to experience local activities that range from making traditional Balinese offerings to dance lessons. If you want to get out and about, there’s a full adventure programme including trekking, cycling and rafting.

Angkul Angkul is the two-storey open-air restaurant pavilion, sitting amid the landscaped gardens with far-reaching views over the rice paddies. Fresh local ingredients are used to create healthy, flavoursome dishes. For those with a sweet tooth, the Paddy Coffee Shop has a range of home-made pastries and light snacks. There’s also free daily afternoon tea here for all guests. For drinks, there’s the stylish Banjar Lobby Lounge.

Huge modern Balinese villas all have their own private pool, open-air pavilion for dining, a gazebo and a daybed. Impressive bathrooms feature a sunken bathtub plus indoor and outdoor showers. Guests have the choice of Garden Pool Villas, which have a tropical garden setting, and Rice Field Pool Villas that overlook the rice paddies. Exclusive Kuoni Spa Garden Pool Villas are as Garden Pool Villas but with a one-hour spa treatment included every other day.

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Key information

On the hilly outskirts of Ubud, approx. 15 minutes from the centre

Airport transfer time: Approx. 1½ hours' private transfer from Bali airport
Rooms: 30

Good to know

Minimum stay: 2 nights. Minimum age 13 in Exclusive Kuoni Spa Garden Pool Villas.

Accommodation information

30 pool villas

Activities

• Take a tour of Petulu village, known for its white heron population • Trek through the rice fields • Book the signature ‘Balinese Romance’ candlelit dinner*.

Dining

Restaurant, bar, coffee shop

What's included

Breakfast at Angkul Angkul • Afternoon tea at Paddy Coffee Shop.

*Denotes local charge