The stunning countryside near Ostuni, hosts this 19th-century trullo which has the advantages of a modern holiday home while retaining its original beauty.
Its private pool and a garden with sunbeds and olive trees allow you to enjoy the relaxed Puglian lifestyle right outside the door.
The characteristic arches and alcoves of this traditional house have been carefully preserved and the rugged white stone walls and tiled floors give it that real Italian ambience. villa is well-equipped too, featuring two double bedrooms, each with en-suite shower. One of these can be set as a twin if required.
A cosy lounge and dining area complement a fully fitted kitchen with a dishwasher - all you need to get cooking each evening. Outside, you will find a barbecue too, as well as a covered patio with table and chairs. The views of the surrounding countryside will make dining outside all the more pleasurable, and the area is a treat to explore – full of fragrance and colour to delight the senses.
The famed ‘white city’ of Ostuni is just a few kilometres from Terra Sessana, and certainly worth an excursion or two. White-washed houses seem to tumble down the hillside looking out across the sea, and its medieval centre is still a muddle of charming little streets it’s a joy to get lost in. A beautiful Gothic cathedral surveys it all from its position at the top of the hill.
Many more appealing towns and cities are within easy reach. Martina Franca, Locorotondo and Alberobello are all enchanting places to visit inland, while the stunning beaches of the Puglian coast are never far away either – villa enjoys the best of both worlds.
The local owners will be pleased to share their knowledge of this incredible region, guaranteeing you an authentic taste of Puglian culture.
Known as the ‘white city’, Ostuni is an enchanting discovery on Italy’s Puglian coast. The old town sits on a hilltop looking out to sea and has much to delight visitors, including a Gothic cathedral built in the 15th century. Views out across the Adriatic and some pretty beaches nearby also draw people to the area.
There is a lot of architecture to admire in Ostuni. Landmarks like the Palazzo Municipale and the Column of Sant’Oronzo are notable, yet it’s not all about the past. These days, you’re just as likely to visit the city for its excellent restaurants where you can get a genuine taste of what Puglian cuisine is all about. In a region packed with vineyards and olive groves, you know you are going to eat and drink well when you arrive in Ostuni.
villa is a delightful 19 century trullo house with 2 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. there is a lovely garden with private swimming pool where guests can enjoy a lovely view of the surrounding countryside.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Lounge & dining area
- Two double bedrooms with en-suite shower
- Swimming pool (open from May to September)
- Private garden
- Covered patio area with outdoor furniture
- Sun loungers
- Washing machine
- Common area with children’s playground
- Children’s high chair (on request)
- Children’s bed (on request)
- Games for children (on request)
Arrival time: 4.00 pm
Departure time: 10.00 am
Energy costs included?: Included in the rental price
Pets welcome?: Pets are not allowed
Linen & towels included?: Linen & towels are included in the rental price
Changeover day: Saturday on high season
End of stay cleaning included?: Included in the rental price
Smoking Allowed?: No smoking inside the villa
Insurance: It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property
Minimum stay: 7 nights
Heating costs included?: Not included in the rental price (from October until March)
Internet access?: Wi-Fi connection included
Tax: Tourist tax not included in the rental price
Other Ts and Cs: Extra bed 30€ per day, per person
Security deposit: €300 payable on arrival