The Ian Fleming villa, designed by Fleming himself, is a spare and simple three-bedroom house, built on a cliff over the beach. Expansive windows are protected by overhanging eaves, and have shutters instead of glass to allow for maximum enjoyment of the views and cool sea breezes.
The focus is on the exuberant outdoors with garden bathtubs and showers. Furnishings are from East Asia, including oversized bamboo sofas and totem like unique carved ancestrol worship poles from the Irian Jaya - Asmat Tribe.
The overlaying of island cultures gives the Fleming House an easy feeling of comfort. The steps down from the front door of the house lead to a sunken garden, reportedly Fleming¹s favorite spot. Here, he breakfasted daily, while he drank in the beauty of the pristine sea before him.
The extra large bamboo king bed in the master bedroom is draped in white muslin as are the bamboo queen and twin beds in the other two bedrooms.
A separate media room with theatre sized movie screen features an enormous Balinese platform couch. The graceful garden swimming pool and patio, with sea view, offer another space for sun and play.