You will experience the best of Apulia when you stay here at Trullo Antico, set in the midst of olive trees in the typical Apulian countryside. This is an ancient building lovingly restored. Cocoon yourself in the ancient customs, relax and enjoy all what Apulia has to offer. Trullo Antico is located in the middle of the three main towns of the “Valle D”Itria which consists of Martina Franca (5.5km), famous for its cuisine and Internationally renowned Music festival, Locontrondo ( 3,5 km) the local name is The City of the White Wine, and Alberobello the UNESCO city of the Trulli (5km).
There is a choice of two airports Brindisi – 55km and Bari 70 km away.
Trullo Antico has been built in local stone and boasts an enviable position with stunning features.
OUTDOOR: At the gated entrance of the property there are beautiful dry stone walls typical of the area leading you to the large car parking area surrounded by olive trees, vines and flowers which lead you to the veranda area where a stone table which leads you to the stunning view of the large outdoor swimming pool.
INTERIOR: The property is divided into two areas where the main apartment is located next to the outside veranda.
The open plan rustic living-kitchen area is spacious and welcoming. The Kitchen is equipped with all modern amenities – large fridge, freezer, sink hob, microwave, oven and dishwasher are at your disposal.
The first bathroom is positioned next to the bathroom inside the smallest trullo, an atmospheric area to enjoy a leisurely shower, which also includes a washbasin and toilet. Entering the stone arch which leads to main Trullo, there is a living area, housing a large 8 seat dining table. a settee to relax and enjoy the stone fireplace, a TV and blu-ray player is available for your disposal.
Next to the living area there is a double bedroom and single bedroom for your relaxation and enjoyment.
The second apartment consists of two large double bedrooms, a relaxing living / dining area leading to a large bathroom.
Have you ever slept in a Trullo?