A recently built luxury villa perfectly located on the eastern coast of Bali in the Candidasa area
Villa Tirta Nila is a luxury waterfront property enjoying a beautiful location in the Candidasa area, on Bali’s eastern coast.
For those who seek tranquillity and relaxation away from mass tourism, this house is the ideal choice offering stunning seaside views of Bali’s magnificent coastline and offshore islands.
Whether you want to relax by the swimming pool, sunbathe on the beach, or just read a book in the garden admiring its water features and statues, you will always feel at home at Villa Tirta Nila due to the welcoming staff who will ensure that all you have to do is unwind.
The waterfront open air dining pavilion, the man-made beach, and the seafront terrace with steps leading down into the water seem to be the best features of the property, however the whole property has astonishing features.
The four-bedroom tropical villa combines the island’s inspired décor with quality furnishing and modern fittings.
The villa encompassed three pavilions, which host the common area (an open plan living / dining room, kitchen, media room) and the four en-suite bedrooms.
An experienced team including the villa manager, private butler, professional chef, housemaids, gardener, and security staff will take care of your stay sharing their knowledge about the area.
Four bedrooms with king-sized beds and en-suite bathrooms
Tirta Nila beach house is located on the outskirts of Candidasa, a tranquil resort town on the east coast of Bali that is a comfortable 1.5-hour drive from the Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport along the newly built highway.
Distances from Tirta Nila beach house:
Bali International airport: 63 km Cafes and restaurants in Candidasa: 3.5 km PADI dive centres in Candidasa: 4 km Keramas surf spot: 33 km Besakih Mother Temple: 30 km Tirta Gangga Water Palace: 21 km Bali Safari Park & Marine Park: 30 km Ubud centre: 45 km
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