Purna - on the outskirts of Ubud

Front of the house, showing the verandah

Dramatically situated above the Wos River canyon, Purna enjoys superb views over unspoilt countryside.  Despite its rural setting, this spacious house is within walking distance from the center of Ubud, Baliís cultural center.  Thus temples, museums, performances, ceremonies and a profusion of good restaurants are all within easy reach. 

View from the kitchen counter, looking towards the living room and verandah

 

 

 

Purna is the largest of five private, western-occupied homes within a traditional Balinese family compound.  Positioned to catch any breeze, air-conditioning is unnecessary at Purna.  

The ground floor  is open-plan, with a huge livingroom, diningroom and integral kitchen opening onto the verandah.  

Looking towards the kitchen and dining room

 

The space is large enough to hold yoga and dance classes  Also on the ground floor is the bathroom, which has a hot water shower and western toilet.   

The upstairs has windows all along three side, and includes a small childrenís bedroom and striking master bedroom, with large four-poster bed.  

The master bedroom

 

 

A third very spacious room has an elevated, mattress-covered, cushion-strewn sitting/sleeping area in one corner that provides breath-taking views.   Purna sleeps 4 in comfort, but can easily accommodate more if necessary.  A large, traditional enclosed Balinese bed in the living  room can also provide additional sleeping accommodation when needed.  

 

 

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