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Photo of Mumbul Lovina GuesthouseMumbul Lovina Guesthouse

Good flashpacker value

Anturan village T: (0858) 5743 8882  contact@mumbul.net
http://www.mumbul.net/

Mumbul Lovina Guesthouse

Actually located in Anturan village to the east of Banyualit, this is one of the first places you'll reach when coming from Singaraja and it's a pretty good starting point.


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The high-ceilinged and very large rooms are in a longhouse style setup facing onto ricefields with a swimming pool and affordable restaurant on site. All the rooms are air-con and free WiFi is available throughout the guesthouse. Bathrooms are oddly cavernous but clean and reasonably well looked after. It's just a short walk to the beach area from here and there's a very active fishing village that you can wander through that some may find of interest. On the downside, this isn't the cleanest section of Lovina's beaches and if you're up for some serious beach time you'll probably be heading a bit closer into town, which isn't really within easy walking distance. Very friendly Western/Indonesian management and good food. The prices push this above the shoestring travellers, but for flashpackers, this is a good deal. Disclaimer, we know the owners of Mumbul Lovina Guesthouse.

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Last updated on 17th September, 2013.


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Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 200,000 rupiah, high season 200,000 rupiah. Notes:

Mumbul Lovina Guesthouse
Anturan village
T: (0858) 5743 8882 
contact@mumbul.net
http://www.mumbul.net/

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