Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa

Address: Jalan Raya Candi Dasa 4, Candidasa, Bali, 80851, Indonesia | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Jalan Raya Candi Dasa 4, Candidasa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBayshore Villas Candi Dasa Candidasa

    Reviewed by davenjules

    Best Digs In Candidasa.

    Reviewed Apr 10, 2015
    by (7 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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa Candidasa

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    Travel Blogs from Candidasa

    Ahhh....Massage Time.

    A travel blog entry by davenjules on Apr 10, 2015

    26 photos

    As much as we enjoyed our stay at the Bali palms (when we put aside its aged look and lack of maintenance) Jules on one of her outings by herself went and checked out the resort next door.

    The Bayshore Villas & Bayside Bungalows are owned and run by ex-pat Aussie and Perth boy Brad, he has set up a paradise by the sea that has …

    3 bottles and 2 ducks, feeding the masses

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Jun 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... duck dish. We had 1 duck to share between 2 people (apparently, it wasn't a very fat duck if that was the case) with white rice and peas in mint. The food was again, delicious, and we ate as much as we could - too much food again; Edd and I were quickly putting back on the enormous amount of weight that we’d lost.

    We went to bed soon after dinner again, no excuses for an action packed day this time, just tired and lazy and in need of sleep.

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    Fishing Senggigi

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Apr 07, 2015

    5 photos

    ... we got back to the boat, Rajshiba was nervously surveying a storm rolling in from the North. We pushed off and headed across to Gili Air and with the weather directly at our back, opened up the throttle and surfed back to Lombok. The storm went around and we were able to enjoy a cruise down along the coast, checking out a blowhole and later, drift fishing off our own beach. Rajshiba dropped us on the beach outside the Sudamala resort. I settled up the cash and we left him ...

    Very relaxing!

    A travel blog entry by davidandmarjory on Jan 06, 2015

    2 photos

    ... br>
    More relaxing and reading in the afternoon and another great sunset! In the evening we took a Taksi into Senggigi and went to the De Quake restaurant where w sat on the first floor with a great beach and seaview and had a lovely meal. Spicy seafood soup and a .seafood platter for Marjory and Pumpkin Curry soup and Redang Beef for ...

    Tour to the "Mother Temple" in Bali

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Nov 08, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... mountain sanctuary as early as the 8th century. Over time it was enlarged, until it grew to its present size of more than 30 public temples with hundreds of shrines, most of which were between the 14th and 18th centuries. Pura Besakih became the state sanctuaries of the Gelgel dynasty. Today, the descendants of the Klungkung royal family who are the direct heirs of the Gelgel kingdom oversee the temple.

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