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Pak Nyoman Mewa, owner of the Bendesa Mas Inn is an old man. Assisted by another old man, Ketut Monggo, which only has one tooth remains. Quite surprisingly, the house is in good condition, a beautiful Dutch colonial era house.
The room is not too...More
This place offers a lot more than it costs. Arrived early, I follow the arrow to a narrow ascending path to arrive at an iron fence, the gate of Bendesa Mas Inn. The white walls and black stone walls edging the lower part of the...More
Above expectation. I thought I would get a small, dirty homestay for USD15. Bendesa Mas Inn turns out to be a very pleasant place. A house built in the old way, with stones, thick wall, and natural air flows. A big open space at the...More
Large room, hot water, friendly staff. OK breakfast, no WiFi. Cheap & simple. Dated but clean. Good value for little money.
It's tucked away from the main road but roosters will be of more noise trouble than traffic...
I stayed two nights in this home stay. It is nice and very simple but it is a good value for money (IDR 200.000 per night). The owner is very friendly and can explain you everything about where to trek in Munduk. The only downside...More
US$13 - US$14 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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