Alberobello: Albergo diffuso in Trulli
Make your holiday a magical and romantic experience. Discover the pleasure of sleeping in a real trullo of Alberobello in the historic centre. Artfully refurbished, masterfully dosing tradition and innovation to make them complete with every comfort, our elegant trulli will make your holiday an unforgettable experience that you could never live in a normal hotel.
Lecce: B&B Arco Vecchio
The B&B Arco Vecchio is located in a central position in the historic center of Lecce in one of the most beautiful pedestrian areas of the city. Cozy, sober and elegant, Arco Vecchio enjoys, at the same time, the extraordinary baroque glimpse of the surrounding area thanks to its unrepeatable position. The rooms, finely furnished, are equipped with all kinds of comforts.
Matera: Hotel Sassi
The Hotel Sassi, the first hotel in the Sassi came into being refurbishing a series of dwellings spread out over an area, some of them partly built up and partly dug, going back to the 1500s. It is located in the Sasso Barisano quarter, just a short distance away from Matera’s main square, Piazza Vittorio Veneto.
The hotel has a breath-taking panoramic view and, being situated in a pedestrian area, a peaceful quiet atmosphere is guaranteed.
Monopoli: Albergo diffuso nel centro storico
Ostuni: Hotel La Terra
Hotel La Terra is a historic building dating back to the 13th century, completely renovated respecting the traditions and characteristics of the palaces of the historic center of Ostuni, the white city. The beautiful palace built with class and elegance adjacent to the architectural complex of the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter will be the refuge loved by those who travel for the colors of nature and culture, full of luxury in the magical setting of Ostuni.
Putignano: Boutique B&B bike friendly
There’s probably no better way to experience the history of Putignano’s old town centre than to stay in one of its Boutique B&B’s and enjoy a relaxing stroll through its narrow alleys surrounding the main square and the Saint Peters Church. After a good night rest in one of these typical houses, often with arched ceilings, the homemade breakfast will get you ready for another day of cycling.
San Basilio: Casa Isabella
The ducal palace Casa Isabella was founded in 1879 on commission of the Duke Nicola de Sangro Grande di Spagna of 1st class in honour of his wife Isabella de Medici. Each room of Casa Isabella is equal in service and comfort, but “unique” in style and personality thanks to a clever game of architectural restoration and care for the smallest details.
Halls, corridors, hallways, terraces create intimate atmospheres, places of enchantment where to enjoy the magic of the past, with a huge park of one and a half hectares to experience nature in every season.