Bali family holidays are such a great way to have fun together and if you choose to stay in one of the many Bali villas you want to make sure they are safe for your kids.
Bali Pool Fence Hire
The most important thing you need from any suitable Bali family villas is that the temporary pool fencing can be put up. So many pools, especially in Seminyak, are just not suitable. So check out the villas photos to see if the pool looks ok to be fenced then get in contact with a company like Bali Pool Fence Hire to get a quote. We have used them a few times now and highly recommend them. They are great to deal with, you pay in Australian dollars and most important of all they keep the pool safe from the kids. That’s right, even Mason!!
Pool Fence Hire Cost
Each pool will be different with regards to cost but we have always found it to be very reasonable especially for the peace of mind. It’s still really important, with any temporary pool fence, to make sure that supervision is still really high. That’s usually why I prefer to stay in villas with enclosed living areas as we can lock the doors as well.
Toddler Friendly Villa Posts
If you would like to check out the range of different villas that are toddler friendly see our posts here: 2 bedrooms Seminyak, 3 bedrooms Seminyak, 4 bedrooms Seminyak, 5+ bedrooms Seminyak, Sanur villas, Canggu Villas, Ubud Villas and Jimbaran Villas. Here we have searched high and low to find the best value villas but also the safest. Some have pool fences included but a lot will need temporary pool fence hire to make the villa safe for your toddlers and babies.
We highly recommend going for Bali private villas that have their own pool. They make for such a relaxing family friendly holiday as Mum and Dad get to relax too. It’s especially great when the kids are having a sleep and you can still sit out by your own pool and relax. There’s no sitting in darkened hotel rooms, tip toeing around trying not to wake a baby you have just got to sleep! If you have any more questions or would like to get in touch I love to chat about all things Bali. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me through Facebook or Instagram. Would love to hear from you 🙂