Stay at Rumah Jepun, Ubud, Bali

Boutique guest house accommodation at affordable rates – in a place like no other!   

A choice of en-suite rooms with double beds are now available at Rumah Jepun, Ubud – in the cultural heart of Bali.

Through the Balinese door...

Through the Balinese door…

These very centrally located rooms (River View, Lotus View and the deluxe Waterfall Room) all have air conditioning, wifi, western style bathrooms and include housekeeping, breakfast and free tea and coffee during the day.

Lotus View room balconyThe rooms are modern yet have many traditional Balinese touches, including beautiful hand carved Bali style doors and interesting, locally bought, lighting and furnishings.

Through the Balinese doorway

Through the Balinese doorway

Walk down some steps and along a leaf imprinted pathway to the house and it’s delightful garden.

Leaf imprinted pathway

Leaf imprinted pathway

Papaya, mango, avocado and banana trees nestle among an array of tropical flowers…..
Ruby red hibiscus in an arch over the pathway, ferns hanging from stone walls, lotus and colourful bougainvillea and, of course, many jepun (where the name ‘Rumah Jepun’ comes from – it means: frangipani house).

Nature can be heard in the sound of the river, in the song of the birds and from a bamboo instrument called a rindik.

Butterflies and dragonflies are daily visitors and you may see our two outdoor cats, Jojo and JJ playing on the lawn.

You can sit on your private ground floor balcony or maybe have a cup of coffee or tea next to the river on a bale (gazebo) with an alang alang (thatch) roof.

Bale (gazebo)

Bale (gazebo)

If you want more pics, info and reviews click here www.rumahjepun.wordpress.com

Let us know, asap, what dates you can come so we can reserve you a room for your peaceful and relaxing holiday experience!

Friendly and helpful Balinese staff are looking forward to welcoming you to Rumah Jepun (the home of a poet).

Why not contact Rumah Jepun with your holiday dates now: rumahjepun@outlook.com

Note: Rumah Jepun is listed on airbnb – but you can book directly (via: rumahjepun@outlook.com) and save on fees.  What are you waiting for?

Some more pictures are below:

Rumah Jepun, home sweet home

Rumah Jepun, home sweet home

River View Room

River View Room

Peppermint bathroom

River View Room

Not a hotel – just a home away from home.

Lotus View Room through an archway of flowers

Lotus View Room through an archway of flowers

email: rumahjepun@outlook.com    (on behalf of Ketut Astana)

Blog: http://rumahjepun.wordpress.com/

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21 Comments

  1. Marne

     /  28/12/2013

    Hi Julie & a great big Merry Christmas to you! Thinking back a year ago of spending a month in beautiful Bali (mostly with you) brings back many rich & happy memories! I hope all is well with you (& all your precious friends in Ubud) & I hope to stay at Rumah Jepun again someday.
    Cheers,
    Marne

    Reply
    • Hey Marne
      Thank you and a Happy New Year to you too. I hope all is well for you in Canada, if rather cold, and we look forward to seeing you again sometime – then you can see how much the garden has grown!
      Cheers
      Julie

      Reply
  2. Tanti

     /  26/07/2013

    Dear Julie, staying at Rumah Jepun has been a very happy experience. It’s beautiful and serene, and really a home away from home. I miss it already. Thank you for your hospitality, and also to Ketut and Gede who were always helpful. Happy birthday to Rumah Jepun.

    Reply
    • Thank you so much Tanti. I’m so glad you enjoyed your stay here and we look forward to welcoming you back next time you come to Bali. Hati hati, Julie

      Reply
  3. Tanti

     /  26/07/2013

    Dear Julie, staying at Rumah Jepun has been such a nice and happy experience for us. It’s really a home away from home. It’s beautiful and serene, and I miss it already. Thank you for your hospitality and also to Ketut and Gede who were always helpful. Happy birthday to Rumah Jepun.

    Reply
  4. Amy

     /  25/03/2013

    yes julie i got ur reply. thanks so much. however, plans changed so this time me m my husband would hv no time to stay in ubud. but anyways. thx for ur quick reply.

    regards
    Amy

    Reply
    • Okay thanks for letting me know. That is a shame though as Ubud is an amazing place.
      Hope to see you another time.
      Regards
      Julie

      Reply
  5. Amy

     /  23/03/2013

    hi Julie,
    would you please check the availablity amd the price of the room for 19th apr to 21 apr? planning to go ubud withy husband. thanks a lot

    regards,
    amy

    Reply
    • Hi Amy
      I’m just checking the diary and will reply to you directly by email in a few minutes.
      Thanks
      Juile

      Reply
    • Hi Amy – did you get my reply?
      I sent it directly to your email on 23rd. Hope you got it ok.
      Thanks
      Julie

      Reply
  6. Mok Fujikawa

     /  26/09/2012

    Hello Julie

    My friend Alexandra gave me your beautiful link. I am now in Ubud and looking for a room from tomorrow until saturday morning and then after when I come back in Ubud.
    Would you have any room available from tomorrow until saturday please?
    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Alexandra says hello to you.
    Best regards
    Mok.

    Reply
    • Hi Mok
      I have just replied to your email address with all the details and confirming that a room is available for you. Look forward to seeing you.
      Julie

      Reply
  7. Alexandra

     /  24/09/2012

    Hello Julie,
    can you please let me know what is the exact location of Rumah Jepun and the price ?? I am planning to extend my stay in Ubud ……thanks
    Alex

    Reply
    • Hi Alex, thanks for your enquiry – I’ve just emailed you all the details directly.
      Hope to see you soon
      Julie

      Reply
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