3 Exceptional Trulli Villas with Private Pools

Welcome to Paradise! We are exceptionally proud of our three beautiful Trulli houses in the spectacular region of Puglia in Southern Italy.  Each house oozes charm and has its own distinctive style, allure and private pool. We have up to 2 acres of extensive gardens with olive groves and a multitude of almond and various fruit trees. There is ample parking for vans and cars plus lots of space to run around or simply relax and enjoy the peace.  

The houses are situated close to each other, while maintaining privacy and seclusion.  We are an extended Irish family and have enjoyed years of wonderful holidays in our cherished Trulli houses.  Our Italian adventure began in 2005 when we found three dilapidated Trulli badly in need of renovation and reconstruction. We hope you like the results!

The nearby towns of Ostuni and Ceglie Messapica provide shops, restaurants, bars and everything required to enjoy the unspoilt charm of this region of Italy.  Puglia is littered with historic, quaint medieval towns and the region is renowned for it cuisine and culture with local Primitivo and Negro Maro wines available in abundance.  

If you wish to experience a special holiday in southern Italy and have your own taste of "La Dolce Vita" simply go to "Search Accommodation" and add your details.  The computer will do the rest.  If you would like to email us with any questions or need any further information please go to "contact us" and we will reply without delay!.

We take bookings with changeover day on Saturday from March to November.  Search availability and prices by clicking "Accommodation and Prices" above.

We look forward to welcoming you to Puglia...

Stella, Liz and Richard  


Search Accommodation

Max Persons
Search for price.


Latest News

Tree Haircuts
Every year, our Olive trees receive a bit of a trim.  But, every 3 years they get a full pruning which leaves them a looking a little forlorn and bare!  But, don't worry, they grow back very quickly.  


» Read the entire message
» Open the newsarchive