Swasti Eco Cottages
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwasti Eco Cottages Ubud
All the stress of travel washed away as we entered Swasti's magical gardens - most of the food served in the restaurant is grown onsite and you can taste the freshness. Kids loved visiting the animals and seeing the veg grow. Our little house became a haven of peace - sitting on the verandah looking over the gardens, sipping coconut was divine.
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