Family Villas Ubud

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Good Ubud family accommodation can be found and villas are a great choice especially when traveling to Ubud with kids. Ubud is located over a hour from the Denpasar Airport and the traffic can be quite heavy especially in the middle of the day when the tourist buses descend on Ubud. With younger kids it can be trickier to explore on foot as there are hills and dodgy footpaths to deal with. This is why I recommend staying in Ubud for a few days so you can enjoy a slower pace compared to on a day trip. If you area searching for things to do with kids in Ubud, you can check out our ultimate guide for a list of 50 things to do with kids in Bali. I have not stayed nor viewed any of these villas so be sure to check out recent reviews and do your own research to make sure you will be with your choice. Happy hunting on our Bali with kids blog!!

Bali 7 (480x640)One of the joys of travelling with young kids, early morning walks through a quiet Central Ubud!!!



  • Villa Anggrek AC enclosed living area. 15 minute walk to Central Ubud.
Villa Anggrek
Pool fence is available at Villa Anggrek. (Image via Tripadvisor)
  • Villa Jepun AC living area. 15 minute walk to Central Ubud.
Villa Jepun
Pool at Villa Jepun. (Photo via Tripadvisor)
  • Villa Paradise Enclosed living area. Pool fence included with villa. 5 minute drive to Central Ubud.
Villa Paradise
Pool fence at Villa Paradise. (image via Tripadvisor)
  • Villa in Nyuh Kuning Bedrooms both come off enclosed living area. The villa has a removeable child barrier for the pool. 10 minute walk to Central Ubud.
Villa in Nyuh Kuning
Villa in Nyuh Kuning with removeable pool barrier. (image via air bnb)
  • The White Villas 3 villas sharing one pool, either 1 or 2 bedrooms with enclosed living area. The pool isn’t fenced but the living area is enclosed so may suit. Breakfast included and a short walk to Central Ubud.
White Villas Ubud
White Villas Pool area (image from White Villas website)
  • Joglo Dugul 2 Enclosed living area. 15 minute walk to Central Ubud.
Jogolo Dugul 2
Pool at Jogolo Dugul 2 (image via Tripadvisor)


Batu Kurung Villa
Batu Kurung Villa pool (image via Tripadvisor)
  • White House Master bedroom with adjoining office which could be used as a space for a portacot. 2 bedrooms downstairs close together and 1 bedroom in a separate building. AC enclosed living area. 10 minute drive to Central Ubud.
White House
White House Ubud (image via Air Bnb)
  • Rumah Tyang Trundles in one bedroom so can sleep 8. Baby cot and pool fence available. 10 minute walk to Central Ubud.
Rumah Tyang
Rumah Tyang pool with swing (image via Tripadvisor)
  • Villa Griya Aditi Bedrooms plus a media room. AC enclosed living area and pool looks able to be fenced. 20 minute drive to Central Ubud and villa comes with car.
Villa Griya Aditi
Villa Griya Aditi pool (image via Tripadvisor)

4 + bedrooms

  • Villa Lumia 4 bedrooms with media room that can sleep a total of 12. Plenty of space for kids to run around and pool can be fenced. 10 minute drive to Central Ubud.
Villa Lumia
Villa Lumia Pool (image via Tripadvisor)
  • Villa San 6 bedrooms but 4 bedrooms can be rented too. Well setup for families with a family wing and playroom for the kids. Pool fence available and only a short walk to the Royal Palace.
Villa San
Villa San Play Room

Would love to hear of any other great Ubud villas for families that you know of. I try to keep this list updated but sometimes new villas pop up! Feel free to email me or message me through Facebook or Instagram. Have fun searching!!

Kate xx


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