Far from Canggu’s chia-bowl-scong, concept-store-hopping crowds and Ubud’s timezone-skipping techpreneurs, this is a corner of old Bali. There are other modish touches, too, from the influencer-favourite floating breakfasts served to swimmers to the hot-pink modular daybeds beside the main beachside pool. Lie here long enough and fishing boats from Tejakula village will pull up for you to choose your own just-landed mahi-mahi for supper. The area is known for its community-driven marine-protection initiative, and there’s snorkelling to try out just offshore and the thundering, 98ft Les Waterfall to explore further inland. But mostly, this is a place for guests to steal away and enjoy their prize in peace.