Villa Teman is a short walk to all the shopping and restaurants in Lovina and also the beach. It was lovely to have a villa but the manager, Jan Flanagan, was unwilling to assist us with cancelling one day out of our stay, even after explaining the difficulties around our wedding ceremony/venue and itinerary. We ended up paying for a night that we did not use. There is a little bit of a language barrier with the staff but they were friendly in the morning when they came to our villa to make breakfast. What a pleasure to have breakfast in our own villa. The cleanliness of the the pool area and kitchen could have been maintained better. The teapot and water cooler needed some deep cleaning, along with the refrigerator. Ants were a big issue, but this was mostly an open air space...besides the bedroom. The villa was beautiful and the pool was refreshing, but there was this loud humming that we could hear from the pool and in the bathroom. You could also hear everything that went on in the adjacent villa. One night, from our bed, we heard a lady was yelling for a while. My husband finally said, "keep it down" and she stopped. Thin walls! Lovina was a bit of a shock after being in Tejakula. The people will harass you to shop until no end. I understood this was a slow season for the community and shared my money with deserving guides and restaurant owners. We took a tour to Menjangan Island for 400,000 rp per person and enjoyed the entire trip..loved it!