Hideouts are not a hotel, we are truly an adventurous experience, rustic and authentic right in the middle of Balinese village life. Hideout Falcon welcomes long-time travelers, lovers of nature, a spiritual-minded people, trekking-lovers, backpackers, artists, musicians, and eco-enthusiast to have a unique Bali experience. It is most suitable for environmentally thinking guests, who treat this little bamboo house with love and care.
Be careful. Hideout Falcon is an extremely romantic house. You might fall in love (again)! Although the house is in the middle of a jungle, being closed with large windows provides a larger sense of privacy and safety. Read a bit more about what makes Falcon unique in the following description. We are most happy with environmentally thinking guests, who treat this little jungle home with love and care.
This amazing escape is set in your private garden. The garden gate can be locked from the inside. Falcon has one multi-functional room. There is a comfy King Size bed with a mosquito net like you have never seen before. Lovely setting and relaxing area and a small counter with drinking water, a kettle for hot water, cutlery, cups, and glasses.
Falcon bathroom is partially outdoors but all and all covered. And we do provide towels, shampoo, body wash, and conditioner – all from the most eco-friendly sources on the island. We don’t provide a hairdryer – as it doesn’t comply with our ecological standards, where we try to limit all unnecessary uses of energy.
One of the most prominent features is the large wooden deck with comfortable lounge chairs, a chilling net under the palm trees and a large stone bathtub. The bathtub is permanently filled and filtered as a standard pool. It can be heated by request to hot spring temperatures – there is nothing better for the rainy season! The large deck is perfect for a yoga session or your exercise. You will find a few spots hidden in the garden, where you can dedicate your time to meditation and reflection. The small pond is for swimming as well, and rest assured that mosquitos are taken care of by many birds, fish, frogs, lizards and bats that occupy our gardens.