Due to the Covid 19 entry restrictions, we have been unable to visit Villa Sarah Nafi for over a year now. Fortunately, our staff and the villa management have made every effort last year to maintain the house and surrounding garden in perfect condition, At the moment it is not clear yet when Bali reopens for foreign tourists and can be visited again. The official reports on this vary quite a bit.

We hope to be able to welcome guests again as soon as possible in Villa Sarah Nafi, and of course to be able to visit Indonesia ourselves. If you are interested in renting the house, do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Reservations for summer, autumn and winter this year can be made without a deposit and with the right of cancellation free of charge.

With kind regards, Max Meijer & Petra Timmer


2019 renovations

Eind 2018 renovations have been completed. The floors of living and veranda are now covered with traditional hand made (Bali) tiles, and the dining space and kitchen are relocated. The open kitchen nos is adjacent to the living, with a more intimate dining space  en suite.


New luxury super market in Lovina

Since January 2018 the Balinese Pepito Supermarket chain opened a new venue in Lovina. It sits at the crossing of the main coastal road and the side road to the villa, the Jalan A.A. Pandji Tisna.  A wide selection of products is available, and there is a special Bakery, Butcher, Dairy and Vegetables section.


Garden cottage and other additions finished (May 2017)

Mid May 2017 the construction the small garden cottage was finished. Further decoration and installation of furniture will take place this summer. Later this year, the cottage can be used by guests as extra (AC) living space or bedroom. The owners will use the cottage as additional  office space for working, reading and writing. Further improvements to the house and the surrounding area have also been completed: a new car turning spot has been completed outside the entrance gate. In practice, the parking deck appeared to be great for parking, but for some larger cars just a little too tight to turn. Also the first 50 (very steep) meters of the entrance road just outside the villa gate has been improved. Finally, the wooden deck for the living room and the bedrooms is 'covered' by extending the roof of the house. That means extra shadow and staying dry during rainy days, when using the verandah.


More improvements Summer 2016 (August 2016)

August 2016 the comfort and experience level of the villa increased again. We added a microwave oven to the kitchen equipment. As well as an extra fan (following a suggestion of one of our guests)  to use in one of the bedrooms, for guests who prefer fan's instead of AC.  We also added some garden lights, and the beautiful porch with double bali doors, that give access to the pool deck, have been finished.


New internet infrastructure (July 2016)

Mid July 2016 a new reliable internet infrastructure has been installed. It replaces the old system (WIFI connected with local SIM Card). The new system consists of an antenna and receiver, emergency power unit and WIFI. Guests may use the new WIFI without additional costs!


Pergola construction finished (March 2016)

The construction of the parking deck pergola turned out to be a great improvement. We decided to add two more pergola's: one over the fish pond, and one over the pool deck. The construction has been completed in February 2016. In the upcoming months they will be covered by plants, adding even more shadow and style.


New Villa on adjacent plot of land completed (December 2015)

Now a new house on the adjacent plot of land has been be completed. It is a beautiful 3 bedroom villa, built by the same company that created Villa Sarah Nafi. Since the new house is built uphill, the breathtaking  sea view of Villa Sarah Nafi will remain unspoiled, as well as the look and feel of the house. For extra privacy a pergola has been built over the parking deck of Villa Sarah Nafi for extra privacy and separation.


Bali tourist areas exempt from beer ban (Jakarta Post, April 17, 2015) 

The Trade Ministry’s new regulation on alcoholic beverages, scheduled to take full effect on Thursday, will not be enforced on Bali as the ministry has decided that tourism areas would be exempted from the ban. On Thursday minimarkets, small vendors and beachside beverage vendors across the country were to stop selling beer. Bali administrations, retail associations and vendors had expressed opposition against the beer ban. Sinar Pohan, a ministry official on legal affairs, said Thursday that a ministerial guideline for the ban stipulated that regents and mayors could designate certain places as areas for selling alcoholic beverages for direct consumption by considering the local customs.“These areas or places should be declared as tourism areas or tourism sites through a bylaw,” said Sinar during an explanatory meeting in Denpasar. 



  • Breathtaking vistas,
  • Surrounded by nature and rural Bali Aga life,
  • Excellent facilities and attentive staff,
  • Beautifull house in an attractive terraced garden,
  • Accomodates 1 - 4 guests,
  • Seaview Pool + decks
  • Reliable Wi-Fi
  • € 475 - € 575 per week
Villa Sarah Nafi
Current Weather
Current Weather
Light rain shower