The Orchard House
Located in downtown Seminyak, The Orchard House is an elegant four-bedroom character home set amongst stunning tropical gardens. Unique in appearance and style, this delightful residence can best be described as British India meets Out of Africa, lovingly created by the villas owners, Luli and Charles Orchard, renowned in Bali for high-end furniture design.
Having been the family home for the past 12 years, the villa overflows with exotic furnishings and artefacts. Hundreds of paintings, sketches, photographs and prints by famous artists adorn the walls, while antique rugs, ceramic vases and vintage fabrics inject a unique sense of style.
BedroomOne Bed 100 cm x 200 cm, Air Conditioner, Fan, Television, Satellite Channel, Internet Access, In-room Safe, VCD/DVD Player
BathroomBathtub, Hot & Cold Water, Bath Towel, Bath Amenities, Hair Dryer, Indoor Shower
BedroomOne Bed 180 cm x 200 cm, Air Conditioner, Fan, Internet Access, In-room Safe
BathroomHot & Cold Water, Bath Towel, Bath Amenities, Hair Dryer
BedroomTwo Beds 120 cm x 120 cm, Air Conditioner, Fan, Internet Access, In-room Safe
BedroomOne Bed 180 cm x 200 cm, Air Conditioner, Fan, Internet Access
Villa Rates in IDR (Rupiah)
|4 Bedroom Villa + 2 Extra Room|
All rates are quoted in IDR per villa (not per person) per night, with the following benefits:
- Airport pick-up service upon arrival with the private air-conditioned vehicle
- Personalized check-in service upon arrival in the villa
- Refreshing welcome drink and cold towel upon arrival
- Welcome flower arrangement
- Free internet service Wi-Fi
- Personalized check-out service upon departure in the villa
Rates do not include breakfast.
All rates are subject to 15,5% government tax and service charge.
- Season & Periods
Shoulder season period:
- (2017) August 21 - 31
- (2018) March 24 - 28, April 3 - 14, April 28 - May 1, Jun 16 - 22, August 19 - 31
- (2019) April 5 - 16, June 15 - 21, August 18 - 31
High season period:
- (2017) June 24 - August 20, December 16 - 25
- (2018) January 3 - 7, February 15 - 21, March 29 - April 2, April 28 - August 18, December 15 - 25
- (2019) February 2 - 10, April 17 - 21, June 22 - August 17, December 15 - 25
Peak season period:
- (2017 - 2018) December 26 - January 2
- (2018 - 2019) December 26 - January 5
- (2019 - 2020) December 26 - January 4
Low season period: All remaining dates.
Minimum stay: LOW season: 2 nights; SHOULDER season: 3 nights; HIGH season: 5 nights; PEAK season: 7 nights.
- Villa Capacity
Maximum occupancy is two persons per room.
- F & B system
Grocery bills at cost
At the end of a small laneway a traditional Balinese door opens to reveal a magical urban oasis. The front doors open to an inviting foyer which sets the scene for the whole villa. A staircase off the foyer leads up to the master bedroom and childrens bedroom, where another set of steps climbs to a rooftop library with delightful views across the garden and surrounding neighborhood. Downstairs rests the media room, two guest bedrooms, kitchen, breakfast nook, open-plan living and dining room, and large sitting room called the Big room.
The spacious air-conditioned master bedroom with its white wooden ceiling, hardwood floors, ensuite bathroom, king-size bed and library sitting area is the perfect place for those who wish to unwind and relax while taking in the garden views. This room is ideal for parents who like to have their children close at hand as the childrens room is accessed directly off the master suites dressing area.
The childrens bedroom is divided by a wooden doorway into two separate air conditioned spaces. The first area is fitted out with a white bunk bed, bright pink furnishings, shelves, cupboards and play space, while an annex features two single beds with white and turquoise furnishings (suitable for children and teenagers only).
Accessed via the media room or garden veranda, the connecting downstairs guest rooms, which are cooled by both air conditioning and ceiling fans, feature green and white hand-painted cement tiles from one of Balis most famous artistic villages, Sidemen. As well as opening onto the garden, the bathroom has a clear glass ceiling above the tub to give the effect of bathing under the stars. These two guest rooms are ideally set up for a family with young children.
Across the garden from the two guest rooms stands the air-conditioned garden bungalow - discreetly located for those craving extra privacy. Traditional Balinese doors lead to an ensuite with a terrazzo tub and handheld shower and twin basins set in a teak vanity. The bathroom also opens onto the garden - the perfect place for taking a relaxing bath.
Guests at The Orchard House are spoilt for choice when it comes to indoor living spaces. The villa has been decorated by the owners, with each piece of furniture designed to create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with old world charm. The artwork and antiques have been collected from worldwide travels including Morocco, Turkey, Africa, South-east Asia and India. Most of the paintings are by famous Balinese artists with the odd Picasso or John Lennon print and Burmese masterpiece scattered in between.
One of the highlights of The Orchard House is its stunning garden with swaying coconut palms, towering trees and exotic blooms. While the children are kept well entertained with the tree house, swings and the 13-metre swimming pool which has a special shallow section, adults can lie back on the sun loungers and daybed or take refuge in the poolside bal.