Designed with personal comfort and privacy in mind, Villa Cokelat is a modern interpretation of a Balinese home where space and functionality is essential. As a holiday residence, it anticipates the needs of a family or up to six adult guests with every imaginable convenience.
At heart of the property is a stylish living pavilion that is open to the elements and overlooks the refreshing waters of a generously sized swimming pool. It is furnished in with a large modular sofa and matching coffee table crafted from reclaimed timber.
Another traditionally inspired pavilion is set against a wall of exposed brick and features an organized kitchen with a rustic dining table. A marble topped island is fitted with a pair of gas burners and there is ample counter space for the preparation of light bites or more substantial meals.
All bedrooms are housed within a contemporary two-storey structure characterized by large picture windows and a stone staircase running up the middle. It is a fine example of clean line architecture that uses local materials and a colour concept to harmonize with the surrounding environment.
There are two tastefully-appointed bedrooms on the ground floor with direct access to the pool. Both share an earthy decor with customized teak furnishings to ensure nights of restful slumber. The en-suite bathroom facilities for each room include an outdoor shower plus a separate bathtub.
The master bedroom occupies the entire second storey and comes with its own private terrace. Enclosed by full length glass windows, this room is bathed in natural light and the silhouette of Bali’s sacred Mount Agung is visible of clear days. The en-suite bathroom has been created for spa styled indulgence with a lavish bathtub, shower and double vanity.
Villa Cokelat is blessed with a decent sized garden planted with exotic greenery and blossoming frangipani trees. The pool promises hours of tropical fun for anyone who likes to swim or soak up the sun. It is edged by a timber deck and four reclining beds are positioned to make the most of Bali’s warm climate.