Guesthouse, Double Room with Private Bathroom
Jl. Bisma, Ubud , 80571 Ubud, Indonesia
Set amidst the green stretches of rice fields, Three Dewi’s Guest House features fan-cooled rooms with private balconies. It also offers in-room breakfast and sightseeing arrangements. Wi-Fi is accessible for free in all areas and free parking is provided. Three Dewi’s Guest House is a 10-minute walk from Ubud Art Market and Art Palace, and a 15-minute walk from Ubud Monkey Forest. Rooms are well appointed with bamboo fittings and mosquito nets. Panoramic views of the rice fields can be enjoyed from the private balcony, which provides a seating area. Each en suite bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and a complete set of toiletries. Staff at the 24-hour front desk caters to guests’ needs daily.
❝The place was really nice- clean, amazing view from each side,really nice and helpfull owner and people working around. you can have your breakfast on the balcony :) Big Big room and comfortable bed. close to the centre but really calm,no noises from the street.❞
❝Lovely little pool, such a quiet area which was so relaxing. However it is very close to the main town which is super handy.❞
The town of Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, Indonesia, is known as a center for traditional crafts and dance. The surrounding Ubud District’s rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s most famous landscapes. Ancient holy sites include the intricately carved Goa Gajah (“Elephant Cave”) and Gunung Kawi, with its rock-cut shrines. Lively Ubud town is packed with yoga and healing centers, organic restaurants and galleries. Art museums such as the Neka and the Agung Rai display traditional and contemporary works by local and expatriate artists. Traditional Balinese dance performances take place in the Royal Palace courtyard. At the Ubud Monkey Forest nature reserve and temple complex, macaques play amid jungle vines and overgrown Hindu monuments. Just south are craft villages including Mas, known for wood carvings, Celuk, for jewelry, and Batubulan, for stone carvings.