Seseh

Villa San
san Less than 300m north of Ubud’s Royal Palace lies Villa San, a private and serene oasis incentral Bali. Designed as a labour of love, the villa is only minutes from sensational shopping, superb spas, classic cultural performances and luxuriant rice fields.Showcasing an impressive array of artworks and handicrafts originating from China, Africa and Indonesia, Villa San comfortably accommodates Read more…
Villa Matisse
Matisse Villa Matisse is a spacious Bali villa rental, situated near to the traditional Balinese village of Pantai Seseh. This Bali villa is surrounded by rice fields that help to provide a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. You’ll be less than 25 minutes from Seminyak, one of Bali’s most lively tourist districts.This luxury Bali villa is perfect for a group of close friends or family. It can accommodate up to eight people. And incorporates an Read more…
Villa Matahari
matahari_big Villa Matahari is situated just footsteps from the beach in the centre of the sunny seaside village of Seseh on Bali’s southwest coast. A Spanish-inspired dream in white, it boasts custom-designed furnishings, crisp white walls, white polished-concrete floors, and a soaring shingle roof lined with white-painted timber. Accommodation comprises two sexy master bedrooms, two guest suites on the far side of the swimming pool, an Read more…
Villa Makandal
makandal Makanda Villa is part of Shalimar Villa which located on the beach of Pantai Seseh, next side from Canggu beach; 40 minutes to popular restaurant and bar, makanda has an astonishing view over the surrounding rice fields and the ocean. Makanda Villa facing the sunset beach at Seseh, a sleepy fishing village a few minutes away up-north of Canggu.Villa Makanda have 4 AC bedrooms Read more…
Villa Belong Dua
Villa Belong - Swimming pool in the late afternoon From the moment you enter Seseh village and cross the threshold of Villa Belong Dua, you will experience the warm hospitality, history and culture of Bali. The name of the villa is taken from a stone water vessel, dating back to a time when two of these containers could be found in every household, and were used every day to store water for drinking and washing. Read more...
Villa Bangkuang
Villa-Bangkuang-002 Hidden away in the traditional Balinese village of Sogsogan, near Seseh, on Bali’s southwest coast, Villa Bangkuang rests within a coconut grove garden, unbroken by borders and fences, just a few hundred metres from a rugged surf beach.The property was not built for business purposes; instead it is the realisation of a dream, Read more…
Villa The Shore
Living-room-at-night-overlooking-the-bay.jpg A long, winding and picturesque road running through completely unspoiled rice paddies leads to the tiny coastal village of Seseh where our property is located. In this quaint and small village, one can still find the very essence of Bali as the pace slows down and the environment is well preserved and authentic.Our estate sits in a large tropical garden Read more…
Villa Umah Pesisi
galpic1 Umah Pesisi is located in quiet heart of Canggu called Seseh village, surrounded by crushing surf and seas of rice fields. Only 40 minutes drive from Bali’s international airport, 25 minutes to Seminyak and 20 minutes to the Pan Pacific Nirwana Golf and Spa Resort which offer one of the most spectacular 18-holes golf courses designed by Greg Norman. Read more…
Villa Shamilar
Shalimar-20 The approach to Shalimar is by a small lane of coconut palms through emerald rice fields. Directly on a beach, with a frontal beach line as wide as 150 meter lies this oasis of three luxurious, spacious villas; in the traditional village of Seseh, on Bali’s south west coast. SHALIMAR is characterized by contemporary tropical architecture, open air living, and Read more…
Villa Ahimsa Seseh
taman-ahimsa-poolside Surrender your senses and succumb to the seductive charms of Taman Ahimsa, a seven-bedroom oceanfront villa on Bali’s south-west coast, where a beguiling mix of nature and organic design blend together in perfect synergy. The buildings are designed to resemble boat hulls, sacred spirals and seashells – appropriate symbols read more…