The villa is designed around a central courtyard and then develops westwards through the living pavilion to the infinity pool and beyond to the beach. The garden bedrooms at the eastern side of the courtyard back onto the villa’s own orchard.
The buildings are of a traditional Indonesian style of architecture constructed of high-quality local materials. The villa’s six large bedrooms can comfortably sleep three families with children and maids. Communal areas include a large open-sided living pavilion, dining pavilion, impressive sized kitchen and media room.
All six bedrooms at Villa Sepoi Sepoi have been designed with an individual theme and have either a beautiful sea or garden view. Each room is air-conditioned with ceiling fans and a safe.
The Gold Suite
Villa Sepoi Sepoi’s master suite takes up the entire upper floor of the only two-storey pavilion on the estate and is located on the southern side of the courtyard offering wonderful views of the sea. The suite incorporates a massive bedroom, furnished with a super-king-size four-poster bed and adjoined by a broad balcony. It also boasts a spacious dressing room, an office, a private massage room/yoga studio, and a large ensuite bathroom fitted with twin washbasins, a rain shower and a romantic freestanding bathtub canopied in gold organza. Mosquito net is also available.
The Blue and Red bedrooms
The Blue and Red rooms are located on the ground floor below the master suite and, as their names suggest, are decorated in blue and red furnishings.
The Blue room, featuring soft colourful fabrics, has two large single beds and two trundle beds which can be rolled out of sight during the day. The Red bedroom has a queen-size bed and is decorated with black and red oriental finishings.
The Yellow and Orange bedrooms
The Yellow and Orange rooms are on the eastern side of the courtyard. Backing onto the villa’s orchard, these rooms have a tranquil, rustic feel; one can relax on a daybed and watch the birds and butterflies.
The Yellow room has a large king-size bed and the Orange room has the same twin bed arrangement as the Blue room. Both rooms have an ensuite bathrooms and open-air showers.
The Green bedroom
The Green room is in a detached pavilion situated in the gardens with beautiful views directly onto the beach. This room features a centrally positioned king-size bed and doors that open onto a garden terrace with sunbeds.
The large ensuite bathroom features a tub, walk-in rain shower, dressing area and private open-air shower.
The social hub of the villa, the open-sided living pavilion, sits in the middle of the compound and is a striking feature with its white pillars, white Palimanan stone floors and high vaulted alang-alang thatched roof. Three comfortable suede sofas allow guests to unwind cooled by ceiling fans. A pull-down projector screen affords a tropical cinematic experience.
The dining pavilion rests in the corner of the main courtyard with direct access to the villa’s impressive kitchen. This grand, colonnaded pavilion features a stunning 14-seater teak table where guests can enjoy home-cooked dinners prepared by the in-house chef. The large fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances can also be used for cooking demonstrations.
To the rear of the kitchen is the media room, which also doubles as a great kid’s playroom. Featuring a soft comfortable L-shaped sofa, large flat-screen satellite TV with a library, it is the ideal place to curl up with a book or watch a movie. Two ceiling fans keep guests cool.
The 20-metre infinity pool lies between the living pavilion and the beach and is the perfect place for splashing around with the children or swimming lengths. There are numerous sun loungers positioned under the shade of the coconut trees and in the poolside massage balé. A bamboo ‘cabana’ bar rests by the pool – great for an afternoon cocktail.
The gardens are a tropical explosion of colour and lushness. Local flora includes frangipani, bougainvillea, lotus trees and other exotic species. The orchard at the rear of the villa makes a wonderful secret garden for children to hide in and play, while the large lawn leading down the beach is a dream setting for special events and celebrations.
Guests can sit and watch the local fishermen haul in their daily catch from the beachside balé, which is also the perfect spot for a beach barbecue at sunset.