Lemon House is a newly opened, small clean funky guesthouse in the beautiful fishing village of Padang Bai, Bali. We have a range of rooms to suit your budget, all newly renovated in 2011. Come and enjoy a relaxed stay with us and take in our breathtaking views and beaches.
Fresh new clean guesthouse based in Padang Bai, Bali, the gateway to the Gilis.
As we are newly open, people may not know where we are located, so please make sure to print our confirmation e-mail containing full directions & map.
Rooms available to fit your needs and budget, with newly refurbished natural stone bathrooms, panoramic balcony view, and lounge area with free movies.
Please note, the view comes at a cost of 70 steps. We think it's worth it - but then, we do it every day. :) Our staff will be happy to help with your bags - just ask.
Fast boat tickets, laundry service, cold drinks and snacks available.
All rooms come with ceiling fan, power sockets, hot & cold water, free WIFI, free breakfast, and free book exchange.
We have two private rooms with king size beds, en suite wet rooms, direct balcony access, and air conditioning... one private double fan room with shared wet room... and a dorm room sleeping up to 4 with shared wet room, lockable storage & fan.
Please see our confirmation email for how to hire a private driver, secure a taxi, or take the Perama bus to Padang Bai.
On arrival at village, head towards the harbor entrance. At the entrance take the road to the right and carry on 100 meters past the post office on your right hand side. You will then see a local market area again on your right with a white temple next to it. Take the path between the market & temple - this is only accessible on foot or by bike.
Follow the path approximately 100 meters. The access to the Lemon House is on the left hand side across from a small shop - it is the second set of steps you will see on your left as you walk. Take 70 steps to the first door on your left and you will have arrived at your destination. Please remember that a porter service is available for luggage from the bottom of the steps.
Please look out for our confirmation e-mail that also includes these directions, as well as contact details for us if you have any trouble.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The Lemon House feels like a resort style accommodation without the hefty price tag. Ben will wait all hours of the night to greet you as you make your way up the steps of his fortress like home nestled on a small hill overlooking Patang Bai. There's a free breakfast on offer, and Clare (Ben's partner) is on hand to assist your every whim.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Ben and Clare, the hosts couldn't have been more friendly and accommodating to me and the other guests staying there, whether picking guests up from the airport or taking guests to Kuta for visa renewals. They helped host a birthday party for one of their guests during my stay, let me use their lap-top to make future bookings, and introduced me to the locals and their friends in Padang Bai. Great balcony view overlooking the harbour, use of tv screen in the reception area for watching movies and listening to music, and generally a very relaxed atmosphere. The staff at the Lemon House incredibly nice and friendly.
There is a climb up some steps to the property that would be difficult if you had a serious health condition or a bad leg injury or if you were disabled, but if you don't fall into that category, then The Lemon House is the place for you.
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