The Chillhouse is a traditional retreat situated in Canggu amongst the rice fields on the southern shores of Bali. Our Bali Surf Retreats offer guests quality accommodation and delicious organic meals, along with surf guiding, massage treatments and yoga sessions. It is a place where you can indulge in an unforgettable surfing holiday, filled with endless waves and maximum comfort.
Villa Shamballa caters for each guest’s needs offering abundant ambience and luxury with a touch of classic elegance. Dramatic river gorge and breathtaking tropical jungle valley setting, friendly staff and rustic charm provide total comfort making it a relaxing retreat for all. Each guest is assured of a real holiday with peace and serenity to recharge their batteries, especially for those getting away from modern busy urban life. Unlike a hotel or a hotel-managed villa, most of the private villas in Bali are originally designed and built for individual owners to enjoy staying themselves. Each private villa has more distinctive characteristics reflecting upon the owner’s taste. What is different from staying at a hotel? The answer is it makes you feel at home as if it is your own holiday house! Imagine this, you have your own private infinity pool, lounge room and dining area with staff exclusively catering for your needs and no other guests. Enjoy warm and friendly interactions and hospitality from staff possessing a full understanding and appreciation for your privacy as well. This whole experience makes your special holiday so much more memorable.
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