The original structure of trulli cones dates back to approx 1870 and has been restored under the attentive eye of the owners who have added a “few” modern modifications to enable their guests to experience life in a trullo whilst being utterly spoilt by its structural magnificence and interior elegance. The structure is set in a secluded and exclusive area bordering the towns of Ostuni, the white city, and Cisternino, world known by many celebrities who spend the summer there. There is an infinity edge beautiful pool overlooking the surrounding countryside with teak deck and an impressive covered veranda furnished with dining facilities and a barbecue. This Trullo is certainly suitable for a family with children traveling with their nanny or a group of friends traveling together to explore the mysteries of the southern tip of Italy. With one doubles and three twin rooms plus four bathrooms there is a mix to suit all needs.
Further details of the indoors:
Lavishly restored trulli have been dedicated to the night area with the master bedroom occupying three trulli inclusive of private ensuite and dressing room. Two further twins share a bathroom within the same complex. Opposite the main trulli structure there is a private self contained trullo/studio ideal for a young couple or teenagers needing distance from the main holiday group.
The living area, naturally well lit is a separated and non-communicating lamia with high barrel vaulted ceilings. The high-tech kitchen is central to the dining area with ample seating for 6-8 people adjacent to the open lounge with cozy ambient.
Further details of the outdoors:
The grounds are lawned encircling the main structure before the 10,000 square metres of surrounding land becomes dedicated to agricultural fields of oak and olive trees. The panorama has been preserved with pleasurable distant views across the Valle d’Itria to the front of the property with a contrasting wild woodland to the rear.
The swimming pool is 12 x 5 m infinity pool deep 1,20-150 metres open from the beginning of the summer season through to the end of September.