Photo: Lesong boasts a stunning setting.

Lesong Hotel and Restaurant

Simple secluded family-run hotel

Gesing Village, Buleleng T: (0859) 6594 4522 (0819) 1611 4969  lesonghotel@gmail.com
http://www.lesonghotel.com

Lesong Hotel and Restaurant

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Tucked away amid rice terraces, Lesong Hotel and Restaurant offers four spacious rooms and fabulous scenery.

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Housed in a two-storey brick building, which looks more like a house than a hotel, light-filled rooms are decked out with polished wooden floors that give warmth and add character to the simple furnishings. Mosquito-netted wooden beds have lovely thick mattresses and cosy white covers. Simple wooden open shelving provides storage.

Ah, book time.

Ah, book time. Photo: Sally Arnold

One family room affords a mezzanine with an added double bed; watch the steep stairs! Two other rooms have double beds, and the third, twins, so for a large family or small group this would be an ideal private villa. Although there’s no swimming pool, the sensational views make up for it. Each room offers tea-making facilities and a safe, however free WiFi is only available in the restaurant. Wide furnished terraces have daybeds and comfy chairs and even the ground-floor rooms have a magnificent outlook. Simple but spotless tile and pebble-stonework ensuite bathrooms include hot-water showers and stone washbasins.

The twin room.

The twin room. Photo: Sally Arnold

Mountain bikes can be used for free, or guided bike rides are offered at a cost. You can enjoy stunning sunsets and sunrises as well as great views all day from the restaurant. The menu is a mix of Balinese plus other Asian and Western cuisines. They offer a daily set Balinese meal, and if you order, you are invited into the kitchen to watch it being prepared — a free cooking lesson. Breakfast is included — you can help yourself to toast and hot drinks, and order a la carte. The staff are warm and welcoming and owner Pak Nyoman Witama is interesting to chat to — the aim of his small hotel is to raise funds to promote sustainable development in the neighbourhood, and benefit the whole village. He has set up micro-finance initiatives and provides interest-free loans to get his neighbours started in small businesses. The hotel provides transport and guiding services, and can sort you out with cultural activities that include language lessons and a herbal medicine class.

Great outlooks, even from the ground floor room.

Great outlooks, even from the ground floor room. Photo: Sally Arnold

As the crow flies, friendly Lesong Hotel is a kilometre away in the valley below Munduk, but as we’re not crows, we have to take the road for a about five kilometres. Alternatively if you’re on foot or motorbike there’s a two kilometre track to get you there.

Lesong is a little pricey considering there’s no pool, but the standard of the rooms and unbeatable views make it a good midrange choice if you’re happy not being in the heart of Munduk.

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Walk-in rates at Lesong Hotel and Restaurant

Type of room
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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
600,000 rupiah
800,000 rupiah
Family room
850,000 rupiah
1,150,000 rupiah
Room: Standard double room, low season: 600,000 rupiah, high season 800,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: 850,000 rupiah, high season 1,150,000 rupiah. Notes:

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Where is Lesong Hotel and Restaurant

Lesong Hotel and Restaurant
Gesing Village, Buleleng
T: (0859) 6594 4522 (0819) 1611 4969 
lesonghotel@gmail.com
http://www.lesonghotel.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º2'56.25" E, 8º16'20.85" S
Room rates: 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp

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