A haven for nature lovers
Here is a destination. A place to arrive to and have no inclination to leave. You are immersed in nature – each bungalow highlighting a specific natural phenomenon within the property such as terraced rice fields, a private waterfall, streams and treetop views.
The contemporary designed restaurant has a magnificent panorama that on clear days reaches the sea. Most food served comes from the on site permaculture gardens guaranteeing chemical free, fresh and nutritious food , you can taste it! Even the meat is also locally, sustainably sourced.
Clean natural mineral rich water fed from underground springs flows throughout the grounds and is collected for daily for.
A nature lovers dream of misty morning walks and midday refreshing swims in the natural swimming hole in water the locals say have healing powers.
Meditation and Yoga is available daily completing the harmony. Everywhere here is picture perfect but no photo can truly capture its beauty, it has to be experienced.
The largest bungalow, Harvest is ideally suited to a family or two couples. Two extra day beds available if more than two children. Harvest has wonderful rice paddy views.
Rice Water has rice padi views down the valley to the ocean with its own private garden and sun chair. There is a large covered veranda with chairs and a day-bed for relaxing, reading or dining.
Spring Water Bungalow is located right by our mountain stream with jungle and garden views. It is a one bedroom bungalow with a queen bed and day bed, a bathroom and underneath a verandah ideal for relaxation or yoga.
Buddha is the smallest of the bungalows, overlooking the crystal clear waters of the spring fed stream. It has a mezzanine floor queen bed and private covered veranda with daybed.
- Bar & lounge
- Swimming pool
- Yoga deck
- Drinking water
- Mosquito net
- Safety deposit box
- Bird Watching
- Mountain biking
Contact the hotel
Desa Gunung Salak,
Tel: +62 8510 0223 732
BookGreener believes that hotels that care about both the environment and their staff are also likely to take better care of their guests. Each of our hotels strive to be sustainable across as many areas of their business as possible.
The hotels uses hydro electricity for power. Energy is conserved by not having air-conditioning or fans as all buildings use natural circulation, there are no TV’s in guest rooms, no dishwasher, all cooking is done using gas and building use natural lighting during the day from windows and skylights. Low wattage fluorescent bulbs are being phased out with LED lights.
All water is sourced from the river and spring and is recycled back to nature via vegetated waste water gardens, low water pressure showers and dual flush toilets. Each toilet and shower has it’s own septic system and waste water garden.
Bali Eco Stay utilises waste segregation and works with a nearby rubbish tip where locals make a living from selling recyclables. All organic food waste is composted and used in the permaculture garden.
Programs are financed in nearby schools to educate the next generation on recycling and environmental awareness through movies and lectures. This helps provide a future for the young people with all staff sourced from the local villages and trained in hospitality and eco practices.
All laundry and kitchen detergent, guest shampoo and soap are biodegradable. The use of bottled water is minimised by offering unlimited spring water to all guests and providing natural spring water dispensers in all rooms. Only stainless steel and glass cooking utensils are used in the kitchen.
No MSG, margarine or refined oils are used in cooking and the hotel supplies much of their vegetables for the restaurant from their permaculture garden. Alternatively other produce are sourced locally where possible to minimise packaging and emissions from transport. Other items are purchased in bulk to minimise packaging.
“Code of Conduct” for Balinese culture, dress code and basic Indonesian language information are provided in guest bungalows and on website.
Buildings are in keeping with the local environment and culture and were carefully sited in harmony with the natural contours of the land with no loss of rice paddies and minimal removal of existing farming vegetation. Local craftsmen used predominantly traditional building techniques using local timbers and materials harvested from the property where possible e.g. bamboo & coconut timber. Minimal trees were removed during construction of the resort.
Butterfly Eco Rating – Eco Tropical Resorts