Set down a private lane a 5 minute drive from Ostuni and 10 minutes to Ceglie Messapica. The spacious villa is set over 2 floors with 2 double bedrooms upstairs and a large bathroom plus a large living area, kitchenette, bathroom and double bedroom downstairs. Fantastic views to Ostuni from the spacious veranda which has a dining table for up to 10 and a sofa for lazy summer nights and days in the fresh air. Hammocks are strung around the gardens.
- Wide selection of DVDs, books and CDs available
- Toy box with clean toys and beach items available for guests use
- Built in BBQ area
- Pergola with views of the olive grove with shaded eating area
- Sunbathing area on roof terrace
- Outside shower
- Gated pool
- Fresh fruit tress in spacious grounds
- Private and not overlooked
- Clean and modern interior.
General property info: Luxuries: DVD player
General: TV, CD player
Standard: toaster, iron, hair dryer
Utilities: clothes dryer, cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine
Rooms: bedrooms (2), bathrooms (1), separate WC (1), solarium / roof terrace
Furniture: sofa beds (1), single beds (2), double beds (1), cots (1), dining seating for 10, lounge seating for 2, sleeps maximum of 6
Other: linen and towels provided.
High chair available.
Outdoors: balcony / terrace, private outdoor pool (unheated), private garden, BBQ
Access: parking space
Further details indoors:
The house is on two floors with two double bedrooms upstairs, living room, new kitchen and bathroom with access to a large terrace overlooking Ostuni.
Puglia - The region: Puglia officially gets more sunshine than any other region in Italy, thus extending the holiday season from Easter until the end of October. The climate is typically Mediterranean with dry heat in summer and mild in winter.
The Puglia region is famous for its blue skies, rolling sandy beaches, exquisite food and wines, amazing architecture and general laid-back lifestyle.
Puglia borders two seas, the Adriatic and the Ionian, and provides 80 per cent of Italy’s olive oil.
The fertile red soil,dry stone walls and warm climate give this area a distinctly 'eastern' flavour, where the trulli houses look like pointy hats.
Far from being dry and arid this narrow peninsular grows some of the best produce in Italy due to the water retentive soil. There are local wine cooperatives at Locorotondo (vino blanca) and Martina Franca (vino rosso) but you will also find small local wine producers where you can buy wine on the side of the road.
Ostuni and surrounding area: There are a variety of historic Puglian towns and cities to visit, small fishing hamlets or beaches to explore, many under-developed or somewhere you hire a lounger and sun umbrella. Here are some suggestions.
From the terrace of your villa you will see Ostuni. The old town is a citadel, built on the top of a hill and still fortified with the ancient walls. With its typically white-painted architecture, Ostuni is commonly referred to as 'the White City” ('La Città Bianca') The old town is a maze of cobbled streets with delights around every corner. Fresh fish shops are plentiful with the best of the days catch and open late into the evening. Depending on time of day, you can eat or drink in any number of cool bars and enjoy some of the region’s finest restaurants.