The absolute beachfront reality Villa Pushpapuri is a 4-bedroom villa located near the traditional village of Ketewel on Bali’s south-east coast. This stunning villa boasts four bedrooms, a 20 meter infinity pool, a splendid living and dining room and a fully equipped games room, all complemented by the finest furnishings and a five star standard of service. Guests will enter the villa through a large watergarden comprised of four fishponds complete with bubbling fountains. This delightful courtyard area is planted with yellow irises, torch ginger, and a pair of ancient frangipani trees, while the walls are decorated with hand-carved Palimanan stone friezes depicting ocean and river themes. There is a secure car park and garage at the entrance. The accommodation comprises a Living & Dining Pavilion, a Games Room, and four bedrooms including the two-storey Master Suite complete with an upstairs study and a DVD room. The Living & Dining Pavilion is a stand-alone, rectangular pavilion with glass walls on three sides designed to maximize the ocean views. The sliding glass doors can be fully opened to create an open-air tropical living experience enhanced by sea breezes and the sounds of the waves. The room is furnished with sofas and lazy chairs to create a sitting area at one end, while a dining table for eight is positioned at the other end next to a small kitchen. The Master Suite presents a bedroom furnished with a king-size bed and equipped with a satellite TV and DVD/CD player. There is also an ensuite dressing area with twin washbasins, and a garden bathroom fitted with a rain shower and Jacuzzi. Upstairs is a cozy, air-conditioned sitting room complete with a DVD player and a corner sofa that can be converted to twin beds. There is also a study offering magnificent views. The three guest bedrooms are located on the ground floor. One is furnished with a king-size bed, one with a queen-size bed, and the third with twin beds. Each features a dressing area, and each is equipped with an LCD satellite TV and DVD/CD player. Each is complemented by an ensuite garden bathroom. Approaching the large living and dining pavilion, the ocean is immediately visible through the glass walls, which form three sides of this stand-alone building. A statue of Ganesha rests on one side of the glass entrance doors beside a sparkling wall of water cascading down to a lower level. The rectangular-shaped pavilion features a marble floor and a soaring roof lined with rattan. The sliding glass doors can be opened to allow the sea breezes and the rhythmic sounds of the waves to penetrate, and the room can also be cooled by ceiling fans. A circular dining table for eight is positioned at one end. The other side of the pavilion is furnished with two sofas, lazy chairs, an ottoman, a coffee table, handcrafted lamps and local artifacts. A small kitchen is positioned next to the dining area and a fully equipped service kitchen is located in the staff service area. Guests also have the option of dining alfresco on the elevated terrace in front of the pavilion, which overlooks the garden and the pool and the ocean, and is furnished with an outdoor dining table and chairs. A guest washroom is situated immediately outside the living and dining pavilion. A stone staircase leads from the living pavilion down to the air-conditioned games room, which features an arched wooden ceiling and an adjoining, open-air, walled courtyard. The games room is equipped with a billiard table, a dart board, a wood-panelled bar with six bar chairs, a luxurious leather sofa, and a 40” LCD screen satellite TV, ideal for watching sports. The courtyard is open to the sky, bordered by a water cascade, and furnished with a synthetic rattan bar table and high chairs, together with a coffee table and chairs. Guests will enter the villa through a large water-garden comprised of four fishponds complete with bubbling fountains.At the other end of the pool is a wood-panelled pool bar with a pitched roof. The pool deck is furnished with sun-loungers and umbrellas. There is also a pool shower.