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Taman Rahasia in Ubud or a better alternative?

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Still planning away on that honeymoon, and this forum has been such a gift. I hate to ask another question but...

Has anyone stayed at the Taman Rahasia in Ubud? It doesn't have a ton of reviews on Trip Advisor (and some of them are not that enthusiastic). It sounds like it has a lot of what we're looking for. Would be grateful for any input from those who know about it - or recommendations for a place to stay with similar features: a peaceful setting outside of the center of town, but within walking/easy driving distance (Taman Rahasia is 20-35 minutes walk depending on who was writing the review. I'm happier being on the 20 min side of that).

We're looking to spend 4-5 nights in early July. We aren't looking to be in the lap of luxury (I would say our price range would be more mid-range to mid-high-range) but want something comfortable and peaceful and romantic. I'd love a beautiful view, but will settle for a beautiful setting. It is our honeymoon!

And while I'm here does anyone have any thoughts on whether its worth staying a night in Munduk?

Thank you for all your help!!

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