À propos de ce logement
A man who sleeps in a well aired room rises in the morning fresh and vigorous ... strategically located in the mid of everything this room will help you prepared to hit the day ...
This quadruple (4 bunk beds) bedroom is an annex to our old style indies-jengki house, Bale Pandoem. The room has two big windows on its north-south sides with front garden view and inner courtyard. These two big windows will allow fresh air and breeze to come in, perfect for your nap. A fan is provided also in the room, if these openings are not strong enough to help your fight against local temperature.
Inside the bedroom, you will have a mini fridge, tv, simple wardrobe, a working desk (with a chair of course), and access to our wireless connection. Between your bedroom and the inner courtyard, you will have a seating area where drinking water is provided (so you can minimize purchasing bottled water).
Our house is only between 2-3 km to main tourist attractions in the city, such as the famous malioboro street, Sultan's palace, water castle (Taman Sari), Beringharjo market. Prawirotaman/Tirtodipuran is even closer to our place, for those who likes to spending the nights at clubs. We will be more than happy to share our local knowledge about some interesting places to color your trip.
Our neighborhood is quite save area. However, we kindly request you to ensure you lock the windows and all the doors when you leave the house. Our neighborhood is a residential area, and therefore we kindly request you to keep the noise at minimum after 9pm. As part of respecting local norms, we appreciate if no alcoholic drinks are consumed in the house. Smoking is also prohibited in the bedroom and inside the house (but you can still smoke in the front garden).
It sounds so many restrictions? Don't worry, there are lots of other things to enjoy in the city. We also love meeting new people and share our perspective on local life. See you in Jogja.
Accès des voyageurs
Of course you will have access to the quadruple bedroom, consisting of 4 bunk beds, each is equipped with reading light and socket to charge your electrical devices.
There is also a seating area n between your room and inner courtyard, where drinking water is always provided. There is also 0.5 shared bathroom (shower and toilet are separated) to share, located in the same compound of your bedroom.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Feel free to contact us any time before you plan your stay at our Bale Pandoem homestay, during your stay with us or on your departure. We will be more than happy to help you. If we are not around, our staffs will be ready to help you.
We believe traveling is also about living the local culture. We expect you to be able to blend in the local customs and norms by keeping the noise minimum (particularly between 9pm to 7am) and respecting the locals and their norms. The locals will pay you back with their smiles and hospitality.
We try to make our home a children friendly place, for us and for our guests. Please help us to keep our aspiration alive by not smoking inside the house (you can still smoke in the front garden though).
Kitchen supplies and equipments are free to use, but please clean up the mess after each use to prevent rats or flies from swarming. Bin will be provided.
Check in is at 14.00 and check out is at 12.00. If you have any concerns about your luggage and anything else, feel free to consult with us.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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With tremendous support from our two toddlers, Maryam and I run this Bale Pandoem homestay. We both didn't originally come from Jogja. Maryam came from East Java, while me from northern coast of Central Java. But we fell in love with this city, me at first (I finished my undergrad here) and later Maryam (who moved to Jogja after our marriage).
We both are graduates from Flinders University in Adelaide, with special interests in politics (in broader spectrum), gender and social work. We felt blessed to have the opportunities in the past to travel as family to several ASEAN countries, Australia and some part of Europe. Through this experience, we learned from the first hand how to treat travelers, how to make their stay comfortable, and their trip memorable.
Currently we are developing interests in interior design related matters, particularly those which is childrenproof and use local/recycled materials and diy.