An unforgettable vacation at the beach house with an amazing pool
This house was designed to offer beautiful and comfortable lounging areas regardless of the weather condition. Outside or inside, you will find a perfect space to suit your mood or to create the right ambiance.
There are five bedrooms, each with a bathroom and a closet. They are all located upstairs except for one.
The amazing pool literally surrounds the house so that one can jump right into the water from the breakfast area, the living room, the hallway or the terrace. This is a truly magical set-up. The beach side of the house is surrounded by coconut trees and lovely native plants.
The caretaker lives in a house near the road. He is responsible for maintaining the pool.
This house can accommodate up to 8 persons.
Electric Water Heater
Caretaker on site
High speed internet
Once a week cleaning
Private outdoor pool
Electric water cooler
Cooking & Serving utensils
Dishware & silverware provided
Outdoor Dining Area
Safety Deposit: 300 USD.
Minimum stay 10 nights.
Rumah Indah is an enormous, light filled house with an abundance of Bali style decorations. The house is in an H shape with pools almost encircling one side, so there are water views from almost every room. The back shaded patio has a large table and space for 3 hammocks. The swimming pool is perfect for relaxing and playing, and the lawn and abundant coconut trees create a verdant atmosphere. The beach is 20 metres from the house. We enjoyed the kayaks and collecting shells. The beach is quite narrow, and although the sand is clean, it is not white, and the water is not clear or blue. Its pleasant, but not idyllic. The house is well equipped with kitchen equipment and linen. The biggest problem was that the hot water never really worked properly. The agency sent someone to fix it, but it needed careful fiddling to get it working in the following days. The location is great for escaping from people - it was winter, and we had the beach to ourselves - but 20 minutes (31km) to a reasonable shop (in Progreso) felt like a long way.