Angel House is a 3-suite only, boutique hotel in the Balinese village of Mas Ubud, only 10mins south of the bustling tourist centre of Ubud. Tourists wanting to experience traditional Balinese daily life and culture stay with us because they have a rare opportunity to walk the quiet streets of Mas and chat to the friendly local Balinese, photograph a ceremony, traditional Balinese stone carved doorway and along the way watch the farmers tending their rice fields or visit some famous wood carving galleries. The traditional food market, ‘Pasar Mas’ is open from 5am selling fresh fruits, meats, tofu and tempe as well as traditional Balinese breakfast and Balinese snacks. At night it turns into a night market serving local food such as Sate Ayam (Chicken sate and rice) and fresh juices. We are also a short stroll into the tourist village of Tarukan Mas. Angel House is close to local supermarkets, ATM, moneychanger, restaurants, art galleries and hospital (with pharmacy and 24hr Emergency department). Angel House Ubud is LGBTQ friendly 🙂
The Bale Banjar (community meeting hall) and the famous temple of Pura Taman Pule are only a 5minute stroll from here.
Accommodations & About Your Stay
Angel House is committed to the environment and to our local community.
Here are some of the ways in which we strive to improve our impact on Bali’s
limited resources and ways we support local business.
- We use locally sourced and organic food where possible and buy cultivated traditional Bali rice (no pesticides, Neem oil only and organic fertilisers)
- We make our own sourdough bread for guest breakfasts and our own
Jamu (Traditional herbal drink).
- We do not use MSG or artificial additives in any of our cooking
- All staff employed are from the village of Mas Ubud
- Angel House tours support the local community
- Airport pick up are with Angel House staff or local driver.
- Less consumption of energy by encouraging guests to switch off all fans and AC when not in their room
- Encouraging guests to go ‘toilet paper free’ by using the mandi hose/bidet hose in the ensuite bathrooms.
- Use only low watt LED lighting in rooms and common areas and gardens
- Using solar lighting in the garden and around the swimming pool
- Using sensor lights wherever possible
- We compost all our organic materials including offerings (Canang Sari)
- Waste water system for our kitchen waste converts to grey water
- We have a bio-septic system which uses Bokashi micro-organisms to break down human waste
- Social project (Tunjung women’s Project) a social enterprise and women’s project based in a poor village in Bali – Angel House Ubud purchases calico bags as ‘gifts’ for our guests to use when shopping and to reduce the amount of plastic bags in Bali
- Participate in the Eco Bali recycling program. All glass, plastic, paper and metal are recycled. We provide this service free to our neighbours.
- Electric mosquito lamps in guest and main areas have reduced mosquito numbers without using any chemicals
- Only ‘Neem’ oil and organic fertilisers are used in Angel House gardens biodegradable cleaning products
- We are active participants in the village community of Tarukan Mas.
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Shows & Entertainment
Central Ubud, Bali's artistic centre, paintings, fine arts, Museum, Temples, Balinese dancing performance and shopping.
All guests are provided with an internet login upon check-in. If it is about to expire, please feel free to pick up another from the front office. The login codes are sufficient for two devices, multiple logins are available.
Whilst being located in a rural location with only one service provider, the internet connection has possibilities of being unstable. Please be patient at these times and enjoy your tropical holiday.
Our beautiful furniture in the rooms and restaurant is mostly antique, designed and hand made here in Bali, from locally grown and aged teak wood.
Sheets and towels are changed every 2 days (unless otherwise specified by guests). If you would like towels changed daily, please place them on the shower floor.
Plug converters are available to borrow from the front office, as is a table top fan. A safe is available in each room with full instructions. If you have a problem opening or locking your safe, please don’t hesitate to ask the front office or housekeeping for assistance.
Please note that any breakages or missing room items will be charged to your bill at the time of, or after, check-out, after our final room inspection.
An electric mosquito “coil” is provided in all rooms. The optimum time to plug it in (make sure the mat is new) is just before sunset. The mosquitoes tend to disappear an hour after sunset. You can plug in then, close your doors, and sleep easy knowing you should not have mosquitoes in your room.
If you run out of hot water, please let us know! We have to use gas bottles so it is possible that your bottle has run out but it is easily, and quickly, replaced!
- White water rafting, cycling, trekking and the famous Ubud Writers Festival.
- Within walking distance to the local market, supermarket, ATM, hospital & temples. Many dining options are available within walking distance from the house. The village of Mas is famous worldwide and in Bali for woodcarvings, masks and puppets, dancing and performances as well as the many beautiful temples and is considered to be the cultural heart of Ubud. There are many woodcarving, wooden furniture, glass & antique shops close by.
- 5 minutes drive to the Elephant cave and Pejeng Village ( Moon Temple).
- 10 minutes drive to Celuk Village, Gold and Silver jewelry and beads.
- 15 minutes drive to Batubulan Village, Stone carving and Barong dance.
- 2 hours drive to Karangasem with its Royal Palace.
- 2 hours drive to the Tirtagangga Water Palace
- 2 hours drive to the spellbinding terraced rice field of Iseh.
- 1 hour drive to the towns of Klungkung, the KertaGosa Hall of Justice and the BalaiKambang or Floating Hall.
- 2 hours drive to the Mother Temple of Besakih, the holiest temple for the Balinese Hindu, on the slopes of Mount Agung.
- 1.5 hours drive to Kintamani and Mount Batur, a scenic view of the wide crater, Bali's largest lake. Trunyan, the hot springs and Bali's oldest villages, the Bali Aga.
Outdoor & Adventure
- Village walking tours, rice paddy walks or cycling tours.
Please note that the sun can be deceptive in Bali; you will not always feel the burn of the sun as you would in other countries, especially when there is a breeze. Please take care whenever you are out in the direct sun.
Apply sun cream at least 20 minutes before entering the water for optimal coverage; any less time and your sun cream is not properly absorbed. If snorkeling, do not forget the back of your knees, ears, and back of neck. Guests with short hair are advised to wear hat protection as well.
Please be aware that SPRAY ON SUN CREAM and TANNING LOTIONS have yellow colouring and it stains clothing and sheets. We kindly ask all guests to not sit on beds or immediately use towels upon application of these sun creams. We thank you for your consideration.
Art & Culture
- Indonesian Cooking class
- Balinese dance lessons
Every room has it’s own well maintained and well running air conditioning. Our in-house engineers clean them regularly, and bi-yearly we get maintenance from an external servicing specialist company. We aim to provide you with the most comfortable sleeping experience possible.
Checkin & Checkout
Check in 1400 hrs /2pm Check out 10-11amLate Checkout: Day Use/late checkout until 18:00 hours (6pm) is subject to availability. Check out after 18:00 hours (6pm) will incur a payment of 100% of the daily rate.
Guests booking are required to pay the total cost of the booking in advance. If cancelled or modified up to 60 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, 90% of the reservation will be charged.