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Junjungan Guest House

Jl. Tirta Tawar Junjungan, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
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#379 of 976 B&Bs / Inns in Ubud
Welcome to Junjungan Guest House Junjungan Guest House located at Junjungan village is about 4 km from Ubud centre. Heading East about 1 km then turn left on Jl. Tirta Tawar. From there go further about 2 and half km. Nested in Ubud, Bali's Centre of Arts. The culture is so rich that almost no week is past without a ceremony held somewhere in Ubud. This is the highland of Bali, and with uninterrup
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Currency exchange
Private pool
Breakfast available
Shuttle bus service
Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Room service
Bath / shower
Seating area
Separate dining area
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Indonesian
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Jana K wrote a review Mar 2018
6 contributions1 helpful vote
I stayed at this place for a month and I had great time here. I immediately loved the room with the jungle view, where I felt like living right in the nature. I used to do my yoga practice here every morning. Sometimes it was hot so I moved to the garden by the swimming pool. I used the swimming pool quite often and at night we liked to watch the frogs jumping in. The family running the guest house is amazing. Yes, they have dogs but they are harmless. They are just protecting their family and setting their borders, so you do not have to be afraid of them, just respect them. I was greeting the family every day and with some I became friends. Sometimes you can smell the pigs, but for me it is part of the village life and living in nature and as far as I know the smell of the pigs never killed anyone, but smog in the cities kills every day. The place has amazing view (for which you will pay in Ubud double) And as a solo woman traveler I felt here very safe (everyone who enters the guest house must walk throught the family house so I felt protected). It is quite and peacefull. Above all I had a great experience with the family (especially Made) regarding the support to animals in need. One day very sick cat came to my porch. I volunteer in different animal shelters, so I knew how to help. The cat was healed in three weeks, but I was worried what will happen when I leave. I was in touch with all animal shelters in Ubud but they were full and I knew that it is common practice at Bali to kill animals in hotels and around hotel. But Made and his family have a big heart and decided to keep him!!!He can stay in the guest house and now he is there. Above all Made drove me every time to Villa Kity (shelter for cats) to see the vet for free as he also wanted to help. The rescued cats name is Laurence and I built for him a small house in the dining area. He was scared of people and very hurt (he was hissing at me at first but needed help so we became friends soon)and now he is becoming more friendly and trusting people again. I wish every hotel would behave like this. So, please while staying at this place, be kind to him and support him with food or little cuddles. if you will stay longer he will be very good friend for you as he was lying on my yoga mat when I was exercising or sitting next to me every night while I was studying and writing. The family is renting scooters, so you can be in Ubud in ten minutes (I drove to Ubud every day). Also there is 5 minutes walking from here great Munivara ashram where you can get kundalini yoga classes for 35 ths RPS (and OHM Ham retreat center where you can get all spa treatments and yoga with the guru Ketut Arsana ). I was there almost every day. I higly recommend this place to yogis, animal lovers, writers, solo travelers and warm hearted people. The price is great for the value. If you are looking for a party or city life, find some place in Ubud or Kuta as this is not for you. The stuff will clean the room when you ask them and also change the towels when you need. I felt like the place is clean enough considering you are living next to forest. When you come here you support real Balinese family and their animals. My friend who came to see me also extended her stay for one more week as she loved it also.
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Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Travelled solo
island_m0m wrote a review Nov 2017
Bowen Island, Canada213 contributions73 helpful votes
I stayed at Junjungan Guest house for a week, so I had an opportunity to experience it over time. This is an amazing accommodation for the price. I emphasize the price, as everything does need that perspective to be fully appreciated in the context of a review. Yes, it is out of the way. I walked into Ubud daily - one hour. You do have to be careful as there are no sidewalks, but you will see sights, and meet people along the way to get the most of your experience. If you need a ride, Made will pick you up (for a fee), and you can also arrange rental of scooters if you are comfortable riding. There are warungs (restaurants) and small market stores within walking distance in the village and others adjacent, without going into Ubud. They are smaller, family operations. The Guest house is on the family estate, set in a beautiful jungle, so you do pass by homes, families, and animals on the way to your room. The rooms are elegant - spacious, with wardrobes and a comfy bed (could use a mattress topper to be more comfortable). You will hear the sounds of nature all night - frogs, crickets. Rooms have either AC or a fan. And the property has good wifi reception. The pool was very refreshing and I made good use of it. Made and his family & staff are very accommodating, and I was thrilled to attend the kecak dance that Made leads at the village temple. Such a treat. There are a few negatives - again, read in the context of the value. First is, as mentioned, location which is out of the way. Also the family does have pigs, and the smell was sometimes strong. The rooms do not have safes, and my room was not cleaned once in the week I was there (no change of towels, emptying of the garbage, or new water bottles). I don't know if this was an oversight, or just not something they considered. It seemed most guests stayed only a night or two, so this could just be something they didn't contemplate for longer stays. It would have been helpful to have some sort of orientation (or printed material) as it took me a few days to figure some things out. There is an open kitchen on site, and there are some limited menu items (not always available) if you want, including cold beer, for purchase. I did have the banana pancakes one morning - my room did not include breakfast so check before assuming. The pancakes were very good and came with the local palm sugar syrup. Eggs are also offered. I would recommend this accommodation, as a very good value.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
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TiniRahim wrote a review Nov 2017
Selangor, Malaysia24 contributions26 helpful votes
First of, I had no idea how far this guesthouse actually is from Ubud town. Turned out, you're gonna need to rent a transportation if you intend to look for food or just to go-see. Don't simply walk around if you're afraid of dogs. There are like 2 dogs kept in every family home and I had to turn around and stayed in the room the 1st night.The guesthouse was neatly kept and has a very welcoming ambience. I really liked my room. Perfect for our honeymoon stay. It was peaceful, quiet and foresty. The only thing that could make the whole experience perfect was the kitchen cleanliness. We saw food leftovers being abandoned around the sink and being swarmed by bugs, we literally had to scrub the plates and glasses provided on the shelf before using them. It was a small kitchen and definitely manageable because there were more than 3 staff on duty. Really hope they could look into this.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Emily C wrote a review Sep 2017
6 contributions
Big rooms, pool, close to nature, helpful staff and nice little touches. Would recommend getting the breakfast, for 50,000 you get delicious banana pancakes, toast with butter and jam, tea and coffee and fresh fruit.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Alastair C wrote a review Jul 2017
Exeter14 contributions1 helpful vote
What a gem. A little out of Ubud but what it lacks in location is by far out weighed by the rooms, pool and the very attentive personal service provided. The family owners made us feel very welcome, cooked us evening meal (traditional) for a very reasonable cost. The Banana Pancakes at breakfast were to die for. Room superbly appointed for a guest house at this cost. It really was brilliant value for money. Yes we would return without hesitation. Lovely and peaceful. We had booked a room with air-conditioning but it had broken down on the day so was given an alternative with a fan and this really did not distract from our brilliant experience of this establishment.
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Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All have good views. We were on the ground floor
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US$13 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndonesiaBaliGianyar RegencyUbud
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Frequently Asked Questions about Junjungan Guest House
Which popular attractions are close to Junjungan Guest House?
Nearby attractions include Widya Batik Class (1.1 km), Sari Api Ceramic Studio (0.5 km), and Wayan Gama Painter Group and School (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Junjungan Guest House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Junjungan Guest House?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Junjungan Guest House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Junjungan Guest House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Junjungan Guest House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tulen Restaurant, Kepitu Restaurant, and Melali Ubud Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Junjungan Guest House?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Junjungan Guest House have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Junjungan Guest House offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Junjungan Guest House have airport transportation?
Yes, Junjungan Guest House offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Junjungan Guest House?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Indonesian.
Are there any historical sites close to Junjungan Guest House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Gunung Sari Dance (7.4 km), Peliatan Royal Palace (3.6 km), and Yeh Pulu Temple (5.3 km).