Puri Naga Toya - Bali
Puri Naga Toya (meaning Palace of the Water Dragon) is a private retreat overlooking the spectacular Batu Karu mountain range just 40 minutes northwest of Ubud on the way to Kintamani. This four-bedroom villa compound is set in the true heart of Bali, sitting above the sacred Ayung River in Bali’s lush Buahan region.
Built in 2001, Puri Naga Toya is an extraordinary Chinoiserie villa that features half an acre of landscaped Balinese gardens and a spring-fed freshwater pool. Puri Naga Toya is a palatial retreat amid green rice fields; with sprawling mountain and river views. Puri Naga Toya also features an extensive library.
The interior is a world away from hotel-style luxury, with a private collection of antiques blended with modern amenities and attention to detail. Its owners have more than two decades experience in luxury hotel management. This is their sanctuary. Stay at Puri Naga Toya and you'll feel like Balinese royalty.
The property comes with Tropical Breakfast every morning and daily housekeeping at no extra cost.
PLEASE NOTE air conditioning is not available as not required in these regions. Fans can be made available. No dryer.
Additional services such as a chef, a driver, yoga and cooking classes and more can be arranged at a fee.
If you are looking for something close to Ubud, or you need shops and restaurants in your surrounding area; we do not recommend this home. The home is located 40 minutes northwest of Ubud in the Payangan-Buahan area-near Hanging Gardens Resort.
Single Family Home with 2 levels
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 5000 square feet, 465 square meters
King, Queen, Full, and 2x Twin
8 guests maximum
Denpasar International Airport - Bali
2 hours by car
Mountains and River valley below; surrounded by lush and green vegetation all around
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Pamper yourself in some of the best Spas in the country.
- Enjoy the extreme experience of rafting in the nearby rivers.
- Try the great experience of cycling though the ricefileds. Ideal for all levels as roads are pretty flat.
Places of Interest
- Experience the vibrant city of Ubud and its artist community.
- Ubud's Monkey forest is a real must to discover these funny and cheeky creatures.
- Admire the magnificent Gunung Kawi temple, built in 11th century AD,symbol of Bali's relogious and political heritage. It was home to the King Udayana from the Warmadewa dynasty
- Admire the specacular Tegallagang Rice Terraces with its amazing gradient configuration.
Fabulous, timeless... simply the best!
We loved our time at this glorious villa which overlooks the hills and mountains of northern Bali. It is very special, staffed by a splendid team of cooks and driver and highly recommended as a small insight into the real beauty of Bali. The owners are lovely and super helpful and we enjoyed exploring the volcano, lakes, temples and botanical gardens. It was a welcome retreat from the bustle of the south of the island. The bedrooms are super comfortable and the pool is exquisite. The photos do not do it justice as the rooms are lovely and shady, not dark and the gardens are an oasis of green. You will not regret spending time here if you enjoy the luxury of the peaceful countryside. Yet you can easily reach bustling Ubud with its top class boutiques and restaurants and art galleries. Just fabulous! Thank you!”
Fantastic villa and peaceful time
Pamela and Royal's villa in Bali is a fantastic peaceful retreat up in the north of Ubud, Bali. We had a great first few days with our young kids who enjoyed the villa, the grounds with the pool and the surrounding environment of rice paddies, and nearby Ubud with all its attractions. Our second part of the visit was just the couple of us which was super peaceful. The villa is situated in a fairly remote place, with birds circulating, the winds blowing, and valleys of lush green. We loved to get up in the morning, do yoga or exercising, having a prepared tropical breakfast and just hanging out all day. Thanks so much for all the arrangements and having us as a guest, ”