The Trullo is a real farmhouse that has been lovingly restored to create an ideal holiday home. The Trulli is an ecclectic mix of contemporary and rustic styles, that have been cleverly created to give an overall wonderful experience.
There are four double bedrooms, and a single room, all of which have private bathrooms. Each bedroom has its own individual design, and wonderful decor.
The junior suite is situated next to the main kitchen, with a tastefully done bathroom with large glass panel and shower.
The largest bathroom is nearly as big as the bedroom. Ideal for those who like plenty of space.
In the oldest part of the trullo and nestled in the cone of the structure, you will find a mezzanine floor, where there is another double bedroom, overlooking the lounge area.
The single bedroom has spectacular views, of both the trullo and Alberobello. Two of the five bedrooms open up directly onto a patio, rather than inside the house. Whilst these structures are joined, they are accessed externally, along with the bedroom on the mezzanine floor.
With 6 bathrooms, 5 of which are en-suite and one house bathroom, and two kitchens, you will be amazed at the splendour of this property. One kitchen is equipped to a high standard, and which could be used as a school for cooking, should you want us to arrange this for you.
Outside is just as gorgous as the inside, where there is plenty of space to indulge yourself in al fresco dining. The swimming pool is just waiting for you.
If you can drag yourself away from the villa, the beaches are only a 27km drive.
Included in the rate: weekly cleaning and change of towels and sheets
Not included in the rate: heating, extra sheets and towels, personal chef, baby-kit (crib or high chair €150 per week)
Check in 17.00-20.00
Check out: 10.00
Late check in:
20.00-22.00 – €50
22.00-00.00 – €100
00.00-5.00 – €200
5.00-6.00 – €50
6.00-7.00 – €30
Early o late check out
5.00.600 – €50
6.00-7.00 – €30
00.00-6.00 – €200
dopo le 10.00 – €100
Baby kit (crib,highchair) €150 per week
RENTAL POLICY OUT OF ROME