The Shibui Garden Bungalows is owned and operated by Kadek Eka Puspayanti and her American husband, Captain Brett Tagrin. They have two lovely daughters and a new-born son, Kaimu, approaching two years old. They designed the garden and bungalows from the ground up, and the unique island style construction was undertaken by Captain Brett. An organic building project from the start, all the beams, bamboo fencing, trim and basic wood construction were assembled from the property’s many towering palms. Nothing of nature’s value was wasted, even bark from the palms was used for door and window decoration or assembly. Recycled red brick made for artful walkways, and planks of teak wood, left over from the building of Captain Brett’s 16 meter trimaran, were cut and shaped to make the restaurant’s tables and chairs. The pleasant sense of ease one feels upon entering into Shibui Garden Bungalows is their way of wishing you a welcome and comfortable stay.
Making of Shibui
"Shibui" means, in Japanese, an aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty.
“This is a great value. Great breakfast and other foods. The quiet local atmosphere relaxed us. The beach was 10 min walk away, almost private. Indeed, no one was there except us.”
Yoko, Japan, 2016
“Clean, spacious, well furnished rooms with good fans, fantastic atmosphere with the gardens.”
Dirk, Austria, 2016
“Great restaurant with delicious food. There are variety of tasty international dishes. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Great classy bungalow, perfect bathroom, great beds.”
Barry, USA, 2016
look how captain brett Built the bungalows
Our garden is designed as our concept, shabui. Shibui means an aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty in Japanese artistic sense. With tropical plants and trees.......
The organic vegetable garden next to the restaurant allow us to deliver our guests fresh organic dishes in most trusted way.
we need vegetable garden photos here..