Angel House Ubud:
Villa Rental with Breakfast
Angel House has only 3-suites. Located in the village of Mas, Ubud, Angel House is only 10mins south of the bustling tourist center but close to everything a guest may need.
Let us make your holiday in Bali a holiday to remember. Filled with rest & relaxation, exceptional breakfasts and, a tasty side of culture 🙏🏼
Traditional Balinese Daily Life Combined with Cultural Tourism
Angel House guests have the rare opportunity to get off the beaten track and meet friendly Balinese locals. Mas village is famous for creating Bali’s most intricate woodcarvings, masks and puppets. Dance and musical performances are prominent, and our village is home to some of the most beautiful temples in Ubud and Bali.
The nearby traditional food market ‘Pasar Mas’, is open from 5am. A perfect place for meeting the locals, taking photos and buying fresh fruits, meats, Tofu and Tempe. In addition, you can buy a traditional Balinese breakfast and Balinese snacks. At nightthe market turns into a night market serving local food such as Sate Ayam (Chicken sate and rice) and fresh juices.
Angel House is close to local supermarkets, ATM, money changer, restaurants, art galleries and a hospital (with pharmacy and 24hr Emergency department).
Tasty Side of Culture
Angel House Ubud is set in a lush tropical walled permaculture garden. We share our experience with guests who can join in an authentic Bali experience. A tasty side of culture can include; blessings at Pura Taman Pule Temple (our local temple) an offering class making Canang Sari (Balinese flower offerings), Balinese cooking class or anything else our guests would like.
You have earned your holiday, and deserve more than the ordinary hotel stay. A stay at Angel House can be anything you want it to be – honeymoon, a cosy couple’s escape, a week of sun, fun and shopping with friends, or a group booking with all 3 suites (Whole Villa Booking) for a family or special event.
All You Need to Know About Bali
Galungan and Kuningan celebrations @ Angel House Ubud
When Galungan day approaches, the Balinese talent for making spectacular religious displays is evident all over Bali in the form of a Penjor. Balinese Hindus erect a Penjor to symbolise the dominance of good (dharma) over evil (adharma). The Penjor is also an offering of thanks to God and to show devotion to God in his manifestation as; Hyang Giri Pati (the God of the mountain).
These Penjor are placed in front of family compounds, shops, businesses, and at the many temples. The PENJOR is an offering to the Gods, a temporary place of worship, facing the holy Mt Agung (Kaja side). It is made from a tall, curved bamboo pole which is then decorated with leaves, Padi (dried rice stalks) and offerings. Due to their length, (sometimes more than ten meters high), they droop charmingly over the pavement like an ancient street lamp. There is a small temple at the base of the Penjor to make daily offerings during the 10 days of Galungan and Kuningan. Penjor are seen all over Bali, swaying gently in the wind.
2022, Nyepi begins on 4th March at 0600 and lasts till 0600 5th March. Nyepi, which means “to keep silent”, falls on the day after the dark moon of the spring equinox. This is when day and night are of approximately equal duration. No one leaves their homes, hotels and even the airport “Ngurah Rai” closes for 24hrs!