Love the friendliness of the staff, and the security guard was always stationed outside the villa, so my friends felt safe, we didn't need to lock our main door when we went out. Most of the time it was the security guard who came to our rescue - when we needed the mosquito coils, when the hinges of the door came loose, etc. The villa is near a cafe which opens till late at night so when my friends come back late after our activities, we have our dinner at the cafe.
The facilities are really antique. It's nice to have traditional Bali furniture around, but they'll need to be properly maintained. The sliding doors of the master bedroom couldn't be locked and the wooden frame of the bathroom door came loose the second night. We could only depend on the security guard who kindly came with his toolbox to fix the frame so that we could use the toilet without being afraid of the frame crashing down on us. The staff of the villa aren't located anywhere, and I think they only come in the morning to clean the bedroom. We thought breakfast was included but it wasn't. We tried the breakfast which we paid about 150 000 each for toasts, bacon, omelette, pancake & fruit juice.
We called for transport to take us out to Kuta (made a day before), but the staff told us that they couldn't get hold of anyone, so they had to resort to getting a driver not from their villa, to drive us around. Instead of the usual price quoted in the chart (350 000), we had to settle for 400 000. But fortunately, the kind driver drove us around Kuta and some other places to do our shopping.
The bathing facilities were disappointing too, the water heater is solar powered, and takes about 10 min to heat up. My friends' room had a heater that couldn't work. The volume of water that came our from the shower head was too small, making bathing quite a challenging task every day.