Tasteful luxurious design,contemporary sophistication
Since 1993, internationally acclaimed architect Guy Morgan has been involved in the designs of some of Bali's most spectacular villas, spas and resorts. Tamu Seseh is one of these luxury properties which have been made available for vacation rentals to a lucky few. Every villa is a tribute to Balinese building traditions within an overlay of contemporary sophistication. Each is fully equipped, luxurious, environmentally responsible, and breathtaking in design and furnishings. Your dream of Bali. Your dream villa.
Luxury facilities, all you need for the perfect Bali vacation
A collection of private pool villas available in different configurations, from one to seven bedrooms. Each has its own open, thatch-roofed living and dining pavilion with fully equipped kitchen. Every villa features a private swimming pool. Air conditioned bedroom suites are equipped with beautiful teak queen-size four poster beds. Each suite opens to a private garden courtyard bathroom with showers amongst the ferns and bathtubs under the stars. Each villa has a unique elevated relaxation pavilion with daybeds providing stunning views across the ricefields towards the sea. An in-room safe, CD and DVD players, satellite TV, wireless internet connection and mountain bikes for exploring the local area are included with each villa. Laundry service is available at extra charge. Massage and spa services are available by appointment.
An ideal location for special events in Bali
Tamu Seseh is the perfect backdrop for commitment ceremonies, weddings, corporate events, retreats or just gatherings of families and friends. If booked in its entirety, Tamu Seseh provides accommodation for up to 12 adults and six or more children, with living pavilions expansive enough to host a dinner party for all. From an intimate ceremony for two, up to an elaborate function for 50, Tamu Seseh with its stunning backdrop of ricefields and distant surf, embodies all that is romantic and tranquil about Bali. Similarly, corporate retreats, special interest groups and a family gathering or friends reunion will find Tamu Seseh a breathtaking setting for their events. We can arrange every aspect of your ceremony, gathering, reception or event. Bamboo torches in the ricefields? Flowers floating in the pool? An Indonesian feast for guests?
Our Green Credentials
Tamu Seseh has been designed, built and is operated according to self -imposed environmental policies, which we call EEC (Ecology, Environment, Culture). Our policy is to minimise impact on all these aspects of our village environment. Some of the more important manifestations of this policy include:
- The site selected for Tamu Seseh was 'tanah kering' (unproductive land), meaning no ricefields were lost due to its construction.
- All the timbers used are plantation timbers - no rainforest timbers were used.
- Materials and architecture are specifically designed to reflect village buildings and the concept of the 'Balinese Compound'.
- No rainforest or coconut trees were felled during construction, even though it meant fewer villas on the site.
- Any wildlife found on our grounds is removed to a safer haven, wherever possible.
- Low energy light fixtures and maximising use of natural breezes means less energy consumed and our carbon footprint is reduced.
- All construction materials are Indonesian, supporting local industry and employment opportunities.
- Local villagers are employed wherever practicable.
- All rubbish is recycled wherever possible.
- Garden refuse is composted .
- We have installed waste water gardens to purify the discharge from our septic tanks. This means that all waste is purified to WHO standards before being returned to the ground water table, thus helping to keep underground streams clean and ensuring waste water from Tamu Seseh will not contribute to the destruction of Bali's reefs.
- Free bicycles encourage our guests to travel around the district, pollution free.
- Tamu Seseh is actively involved in the local village council, village activities, supporting the local temple, and is in the process of establishing a 'Villa Owners Association' to establish a platform for, amongst others, supporting local schools and improving the environment.