Sira Beach House is a luxury private villa on Lombok’s unspoiled Sira peninsula. Overlooking neighboring Bali’s Mount Agung and the celebrated Gili Islands, it is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful island retreats. Situated within its own palm grove with huge lawns, Sira Beach House is fully-staffed with a huge amount of space for children to run around. Owned by parents, the villa was built with children in mind and comes fully stocked with toys and fun activities.
It is also located right next door to Sepoi Sepoi and separated with a connecting gate – the ideal option for large groups. Lombok is more isolated and takes longer to get to than neighboring Bali, but the island’s pristine beauty more than makes up for the extra journey time. An added benefit is better prices!
Sira Beach House has six bedrooms that sleep 12 guests with an extra bed for a child or nanny. The rooms are bright and airy with a master pavilion that is set apart from the house in complete isolation by the beach. Open the doors and windows, nestle down under your mosquito net, and fall asleep to the sound of the waves.
EAT & ENJOY
BBQ on the beach! The staff will set-up a special table on the beach, decorated with coconut oil lamps and a palm archway for a fantastic BBQ dinner. They will also create a cool chill out area on the sand with rugs, cushions and a roaring bonfire for post-dinner relaxation. All food is sourced locally. Cooking classes may be arranged in a spacious kitchen.
Sira Beach House has endless activities to keep the kids entertained, including a croquet lawn, ping pong table, bicycles, kites, fishing rods and plenty of garden space and chill-out areas. The sea in front of the villa is calm and staff can accompany children on beach excursions. Tennis and swimming lessons can be arranged, and PADI diving certification can be organized at the villa.
Visit the local school in Sigar Penjalin! The students only get a few visitors a year, adore the company, and will happily challenge you to a game of footie during their breaks. Make sure to bring a few notebooks, pens or a football, which are hugely appreciated in this underprivileged area. It’s a great place for children to interact with the local community.