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TravelPod Member ReviewsGayatri Bungalows Ubud
It is hard to believe that Gayatri 2 Bungalows is so close to the hustle and bustle of Ubud. It is a quiet and picturesque property with ornate garden and the pool area is shady, cool and relaxing. It overlooks rice paddies and at night all is silent except for nature sounds and the odd murmur from nearby compounds of families going about their daily lives. The short walk up to Monkey Forest Road means it is close to shops, food and the action of Ubud. Breakfast is at the nearby Gayatri Restaurant and offers lots of delicious choices included in the price of the room. The staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms are simple, clean but basic. We really enjoyed our two night stay here and thought it was good value for the price we paid.
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