Indoor Living & Dining
The main house at the head of the property has an elevated open-air sitting area with three super comfortable sofas that look out over the garden and down to the pool. To the right is a large open-air dining room with a massive solid-wood dining table with seating for 16 or more, while just to the rear fully fitted and well-stocked kitchen with all appliances, glassware and flatware, which guests are welcome to use if they wish.
Upstairs is a media room with a big screen TV offering a cinema-like experience, a DVD library, books and a comfortable sitting arrangement.
In addition to these communal areas, each of the guest suites has it's own open-air terrace immediately outside of each room with comfortable armchairs and large built-in daybeds with masses of cushions overlooking the garden.
Two of the guests suites also share a semi-outdoor, Japanese style lounge area with tatami mats which sits between the two entranceways and leads directly to the garden. This is where our team is happy to organize your massage-in-the-garden experience with our professional on-call masseuse.
Outdoor Living Areas
Villa The Beji's masses of lawns and gardens provide a beautiful location for enjoying the outdoors, especially for children who can run around to their hearts' content.
Adults, however, will really enjoy the large pool deck with four double sunloungers that sits at the edge of the 21-metre-long curved swimming pool at the bottom of the garden, where they can relax and unwind while being waited on by the villa's butlers.
The pool area comes alive at night with tea candles and lights when the villa manager, Fengky, does one of his magical poolside BBQs.
Next to the media room is a rooftop terrace where dinner or drinks can be served to catch the sunsets, and which looks out over the flood-lit tennis court and surrounding rice fields.
Situated to the left of the main house the two guest suites are also mirrors of each other with one room having a queen size bed and the other with a twin arrangement. Each has their own private terrace with built in daybeds and armchairs, as well as a shared Japanese style lounge at the entrance area with sofas and chairs as well as tatami mats where guests can enjoy massages-in-the-garden and also with a sofa, arm chairs and a coffee table.