Bisma Cottages offer two styles of cottage accommodation amongst a nicely landscaped garden adorned with classic Balinese statues and an attractive swimming pool area.

The four recently completed wooden Joglo rooms provide a unique accommodation experience whilst still having clean and modern facilities.

The two deluxe cottages offer more privacy at the rear of the property. These are larger in size (36m2) and more modern in design. Deluxe Cottages are suited for families as extra beds or baby cots can be provided.

Deluxe Cottage

Located on the ground floor this room has garden view from the living areas and rice field view from the bathroom. A large balcony with folding doors which can easily be opened or closed depending on guest preference. The day bed (200cm x 120cm) in the living area makes for nice relaxation or can be converted to an extra bed providing a twin share or family room.

First floor room has rice field view from the bedroom, bathroom and balcony. The balcony is open air but undercover so the fresh Ubud air can be enjoyed.

Room facilities include comfortable 4 poster queen bed with mosquito net, desk, fan, air conditioning, Free WiFi, Flat Screen TV, DVD Player, full size refrigerator, Tea & Coffee making facilities, microwave, private bathroom with bath or shower, hot and cold running water.


Cottages are all ground floor with a balcony with garden view. Built in traditional Javanese Joglo style there is two buildings each with two rooms. Room facilities include comfortable queen or twin beds with mosquito nets, air conditioning, Free WiFi, refrigerator, private bathroom with shower, hot and cold running water.

The 32m2 room was completed two years ago and is tastefully decorated in a vintage style.

  • All rooms are serviced daily.
  • Breakfast is served in the comfort of your room.
  • Rooms are non smoking.
  • Check In: 2pm Check Out: 12 noon

Additional Room Facilities On Request: Hairdryer, Iron & Ironing Board.

What is a Joglo ?
Joglo is a type of traditional vernacular house of the Javanese people The word joglo refers to the shape of the roof. In the highly hierarchical Javanese culture, the type of the roof of a house reflects the social and economic status of the owners of the house; joglo houses was traditionally associated with Javanese aristocrats.