Call: 0274-4361258 WA: 0818233612                                        

Email: demung_yanti@yahoo.com

  DEMUNG KOPI - B&B

Demung Kopi – Bed & Breakfast

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NIKMATI PROMO DI DK KOPI BED & BREAKFAST DAN CAFE
FAMILY ROOM: IDR 300,000 per night (include breakfast)
STANDARD ROOM: IDR 200,000 per night (include breakfast)
Tel No: 0274-4361258
WA: 0818233612

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Matt's Mom

This looks amazing. Can you tell me how much this is a night in US dollars? I love doing a B&B. They are much nicer than hotels and more personal. Also, I have always wanted to go to Indonesia. Can you tell me where this is, I mean what major city it is close to? Thanks!

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Yanti

Thank you for your kind comments. Just done a quick callculation and you would be looking at around USD $25 a night for the family room. As you rightly pointed out their is a niche for B&B’s in this part of the world. Our business is a small home business, friendly and cozy. We are located in Yogyakarta, Central Java, actually Yogyakarta is the old Capital City of Indonesia and still ruled by the Sultan and the people are very loyal to the Sultan which creates a great feel amongst the people. Yogya is the place for culture, arts, temples and a slower pace of life. Bali is the place for fun, surf, night life, etc so the two places are very different just depends what you are looking for. Let me know if you need anymore info, happy to help…

~ Martin

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Lyndsay

I am happy to know about the Demung Kopi – Bed & Breakfast. The room is beautiful, looks like a comfortable bed and it looks to be very clean. So for 100 extra per night for breakfast included, what is included in the breakfast? Is it a standard hot breakfast or more continental style? and are there extra charges to use the cafe? Looks great!

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Yanti

Thanks Lindsay for your kind comments. The room rates are inclusive of breakfast, no additional charge. You can choose between a continental breakfast which includes juice, cereal, bread, pastries, fresh fruit and choice of tea and coffee. The other choice is a local Indonesian breakfast which includes Nasi goreng and Mie Goreng (fried rice and fried noodles, juice and choice of tea and coffee. The cafe is seperate and is open to the public, seperate menu, including range of coffees, and cold beverages. Thanks again…

~Martin

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