Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa

Address: Jalan Raya Candi Dasa 4, Candidasa, Bali, 80851, Indonesia | Villa
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBayshore Villas Candi Dasa Candidasa

    Reviewed by davenjules

    Best Digs In Candidasa.

    Reviewed Apr 10, 2015
    by (6 reviews) Airlie Beach , Australia Flag of Australia

    Bayshore Villas and Bayside Bungalows are a place I would highly recommend staying in Candidasa. From when you first walk in to the beautiful reception area and then down onto the paths to the villas it is a breathtaking view. Beautifully kept gardens with an amazing variety of fauna including some amazing orchids take you to your rooms.
    The pool is not huge but is perfect for it surrounds, having 2 tables to sit at in the pool as well as stools in the water for bar service. You van relax on the sturdy poolside beds or sit at the table in the rotunda.
    The restaurant has wonderful food at exceptionally good prices as well as a well stocked bar. The staff are friendly and well trained and Brad your host/owner is a wonderful man with so much knowledge of the area.
    The spa is probably one of the best places I have had a massage so far in Bali and the room pricing is very competitive and fair. We will definitely stay here next time in Candidasa.

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