Whether the name Umah di Beji ("Bath of the Gods") refers to this five bedroom villa's signature swimming pool, dramatic floating bathtub or the river that runs the entire length of the grounds is rather lost in the midst of time. What is certain is that this magnificent property represents one of Bali's finest vacation properties that was featured in a Financial Times article regarding luxury villas in Bali. Accessed via its own 150 metres driveway and bridge, Umah di Beji enjoys a most secluded location amongst the padi (rice) fields. The villa itself is set in a picturesque location, with gardens forming a natural amphitheatre. Various buildings, all with traditional Balinese alang-alang (thatch) roofs, frame the gardens and house the five king-sized suites. The mature garden and numerous water features range down towards the dramatic, lava rock swimming pool.
Umah di Beji commands the very essence of luxury; superior interior and exterior presentation; an eye for quality art and creative flair, making this premier villa a first class choice for a vacation in Bali.