‘Small’ is obviously not the word-of-choice to describe Bendega Villas. Bendega Villas consists of two contemporary-styled luxurious villas – Bendega Nui and Bendega Rato – and a romantic one-bedroom pavilion.
The larger of the two villas, Bendega Nui, has five bedrooms while Bendega Ratohas three. The one-bedroom pavilion, set in its own walled garden with a plunge pool, may only be booked in combination with one or both of the other villas, and suits couples or independent teens within a larger group looking for a little extra privacy. In combination, they can sleep up to 18 guests.
Villas are connected to each other by gateways in their private walled gardens, and can be combined to offer four-bedroom, six-bedroom or nine-bedroom villa options with up to three swimming pools! This flexible arrangement offers multiple sets of families and groups of different age groups privacy within a shared environment.
Bendega Villas smoothly merge Balinese architecture with a clean and modern design. Bedrooms are spacious, stylishly furnished and equipped with an ensuite bathroom and a balcony, terrace or private garden. All bedrooms open onto private gardens or balconies and have a huge bathroom with sunken stone tubs and walk-in rain showers.
The villas feature luxurious open-plan living and dining areas, modern kitchens, a library or media room and games room with pool table, as well as over an acre of lush tropical gardens sprinkled with koi carp ponds, terraces and cushion-strewnbalés.
A 17-strong staff team, including an exceptional chef, takes care of guests around the clock, and the in-house villa menu offers an extensive range of mouthwatering dishes. Dining out is also tempting since the villa’s location in Canggu presents many excellent restaurants within strolling distance, and most of these are located on Canggu’s world-famous surfing beach. For many more restaurants, bars, spas and boutiques, visit the bustling Seminyak, 11km away. Also, with Echo beach only 2km away, there is no reason to not go for a sunset stroll or a swim.
Big is (sometimes) better. Agreed?