Trullo near Ostuni, Brindisi Province, Puglia, Italy - Easy Reach Of A Number Of Towns And Cities And White Sandy Beaches
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About Ed Roberts
In 2014 my wife and I took a gigantic leap of faith to change our lifestyles and leave the UK to start a new life with our two young children in the south of Italy. We now focus on letting out a fantastic town house in Ostuni centro storico and a luxurious trullo in the countryside just outside the town. As well as trying to farm olives, grapes and a variety of fruits and vegetables (with varying degrees of success!!) on our patch of land in this most beautiful part of the world....
Ed Roberts purchased this Villa in 2013
Why Ed Roberts chose Ostuni
With vague ideas of one day relocating to Italy we came across Puglia almost by accident, but we fell in love with the region, Ostuni in particular, and spent the following few years determined to make the move over. The scenery, the food and most importantly the people make this the most magnificent place on earth (in our opinion!!!). We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
What makes this Villa unique
Puglia is the only place in the world where you can stay in one of the iconic trulli, and Trullo Annunziata offers a taste of this unique lifestyle combined with luxury. With all mod-cons the accommodation is more than comfortable, and it benefits from a private patio area and private swimming pool, all set within the tranquility of olive and almond groves. White sandy beaches and towns bursting with culture are just a stones throw away.
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Previous reviewers have said it all.
Gemma and Ed are the perfect hosts: Unobtrusive,but there if you need them.
The trullo is superb,and it exactly as described.Great to come back to after a day out visiting the region's beautiful towns.A pity it was a little too cold to use the pool.
Traditional but modern Pugliese trulo located amidst olive trees in the country. Hosts Ed and Gemma were the best hosts ever. Sorry could only give 5 stars. This place is great.
Lovely trullo in farm country!
Ed and Gemma were such generous hosts! And their beautifully restored trullo was full of character and well equipped with everything we needed for a relaxing and comfortable four-day visit! We had plenty of privacy and yet our hosts were right there if we needed them. They were very responsive and warm and friendly and flexible about our arrival and leaving times. (We were met with complimentary wine and treats as well!) The quiet road offered plenty of peace. One should like animals as we had many visits from adopted stray cats and dogs, which we enjoyed. The neighbors have a large solar array display, which we didn’t mind,but it may not fi “Italian vision.” We enjoyed walking through the property’s orchards and vineyards. We had A delightful stay and look forward to returning!
Beautifully restored trullo in quiet surroundings
This trullo has been beautifully reconstructed to a high standard.
We had a very restful week here and used it as a base to explore southern Puglia.
The lovely owners, Ed and Gemma, live in close proximity and so are on-hand for any advice and recommendations.
We stayed in February and although we had a week of sun it was too cold to use the infinity pool which, we imagine, would be fantastic in the heat!
The design of the trullo means you aren’t overlooked in any way and it’s remote location ensures a peaceful stay.
I truly loved this Trullo
Trullo Annunziato is in a quiet location 7km south/east of Ostuni the white city. From here we explored some of the Puglia region of Italy. There were so many great places to visit. Including Gallipoli, a walled city on an island off the west coast, which had beautiful white sandy beaches close by. Otranto a city with a castle. Alberobello the home of the Trulli. Locorotondo another city set high on the hill. As well as Matera home to the cave dwellings, the Sassi. We were very happy to use Trullo Annuziato as our base and found it well equipped and very clean and comfortable with a beautiful pool area. Ed and Gemma were very friendly, helpful and great hosts. They had compiled a folder with handy hints and recommendations for great restaurants close by. I would highly recommend staying at Trullo Annunziato if you’re interested in exploring this great part of the world.
A great quite place
There is one problem, you cann't get away because it's so nice!!😊
Torre Santa Sabina is a beautiful sandy beach with lots of cafes, restaurants and other facilities. It is located 14km from Trullo Annunziata, roughly a 15-20 minute drive. There are numerous other beaches located up and down the Adriatic coast, accessed by the main Bari - Brindisi highway, or on the opposite side of the heel on the Ionian coast, which has some fantastic Carribean-esque turquoise seas and white sandy beaches.
Two international airports serve the area - Brindisi and Bari. Brindisi airport is roughly 30 minutes drive away and Bari a little more than an hour. Both airports are usually quick and efficient.
Car hire is highly recommend as the property is in the countryside.
Ostuni is on the main train line between Bari and Brindisi, and there are various bus routes around the area.
We are happy to provide any further information as required on travel to, from, and around the area.
Ostuni - 7km; Caravigno - 6km; San Michele - 6km; Ceglie - 13km; San Vito dei Normanni - 11km; Alberobello - 40km; Brindisi - 33km (Airport 37km); Bari - 94km (Airport 105km); Rome - 550km; Naples - 350km; Milan - 960km.
Local shops, cafes, bars and restaurants are available in all the local towns. There are supermarkets located on the outskirts of Ostuni within 10 minutes drive.
Recommendations and further details are available on request.