Villa Kailasha, whose name means 'paradise of the gods', is a stunning three-bedroom villa resting upon 1,100 square metres of beachside land in Bali's fertile Tabanan regency. The ocean views from the infinity-edge pool in the villa's coconut grove garden are magnificent, and guests can expect to be lulled to sleep by the soothing sound of the waves. Offering a complete escape from busy city life, Villa Kailasha will charm guests with its spacious open-sided living pavilions, stylish interiors, gorgeous tropical gardens and modern facilities, complemented by a full team of caring staff who will attend to every need. Kailasha is a long way out of town and there are no restaurants, bars or shops nearby apart from the discrete, ‘no-kids’, five star Alila Villas Soori Resort, which is just 300m away and opens its fine dining restaurant and open-air sunset bar to non-residents. There are also a couple of local shops just up the road, useful for small necessities such as cigarettes, soft drinks and ice creams. The rugged black-sand beach and river estuary offers beautiful walks and this stretch of coastline is popular with surfers (but there are strong rip currents and no life guards on the beach so it’s not really safe for swimming). Religious ceremonies at the village temple on the beach are not an uncommon sight.