This is a 150-year-old teak Dutch Joglo, which is a type of Javanese house. It was moved from Java to Bali in 2011. Every piece of wood was marked then it was disassembled and then reassembled here. It's now a 5-room guesthouse called
the Rice Joglo.
In front of the house you can see three colourful penjors which are long bamboo poles that are both symbolic and a place for offerings. I thought penjors were only for Galungen, a religious holiday that comes every 210 days, but I've since learned they are used for other religious occasions, too.