x The average starting price for a place to stay in Ubud is £40 per night.
Monkey Forest Street Lane Mandia Bungalow No 3 Gianyar, BaliOutstanding 100%
Hanoman street No.40 Padang Tegal tengah BaliExcellent 93%
Jalan Sugriwa No. 21Excellent 90%
Jalan Sukma No. 22 Banjar Tebasaye, PeliatanExcellent 90%
Jalan SuwetaExcellent 90%
Jl. Jembawan no 70, Padang Tegal KelodExcellent 90%
Hanoman street No.40, Padang Tegal Tengah,Ubud BalAwesome 87%
tarlia The staff and family are lovely people. It is the kind of place I wanted to stay in since my first visit to Bali in 2005. I certainly didn't expect hotel-grade anything at a place rated as a homestay. Let's just say that you get what you pay for, especially if you're on a budget. Having said that, the main (although minor) problems I had with my room is that the fan's fastest speed does nothing unless you stay directly in front of it, and that the lighting is very dim. The grounds are meticulously kept, but it couldn't hurt to give the bathroom fixtures a more thorough scrub. Breakfast is a highlight, with fresh fruits (some from their own garden) and toast or pancake.
Jalan Sugriwa No.38 Padang TegalAwesome 87%
Jl. Hanoman No. 57 Padang Tegal Kelod BaliAwesome 85%
stephector Nick's Homestay is owned by a nice family and the place is really beautifull. The garden is amazing and they birds that sing early morning si that you wake up with their son,g.. They also have young and lively children who wake pretty earlu as well so if you're looking for a very quiet place like in a hotel, you'll be disappointed! Bear in mind that this is a family who welcome you at home! The only problem is that the guy who welcomed me didn't tell me that I had free access to a swimming pool in the village because he couldn't speak english... so it's very upsetting considering that the temperature was more than 30° and during 6 days no one told me! I only knew it when the owner gave me the card of the homestay to promote the place! Moreover, I have never been told about the internet access... and the day after I arrived I also found a small whole in the curtain (I am a woman travelling alone)... So I would say that the place is nice and the services are great if you are told about them!... I think the staff is not very professional and they should have english lessons because when you call them to make sure about the reservation the guy tells you he doesn't have a reservation for you!... and that he doesn't how you can reach the homestay from the airport!... Be also careful because their neighbour have a quiet agressive monkey who escape and then you meet him the homestay alley...
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