From £963 week
Giu Al Trullo
- Large private pool
- Table tennis
- Easy access to excellent restaurants in Cisternino
About the villa
The Valle d’Itria is an atmospheric area, renowned for its conical ‘trulli’ dwellings, and well placed for a feast of charming towns and a choice of fabulous beaches. Orchards and vineyards soak up the sun in its fertile and photogenic landscape, forming the setting for this enchanting family villa in Puglia. Its two tall cones and whitewashed walls, a metre thick, combine to keep the house refreshingly cool and remarkably characterful. The pride and joy of its local owner, the villa is furnished in country style and has a kitchen, living room and small sitting area, where colourfully cushioned seating is built into an architectural arch.
The three bedrooms are furnished with cheerful simplicity, and there is a shower room, a cloakroom and two covered dining terraces. All this sits in extensive gardens of lawns, cactus beds and floral borders, which surround the swimming pool and an adjacent dining gazebo among the olive trees. Giu al Trullo’s peaceful spot is just 3km from supermarket and excellent restaurants in the walled market town of Cisternino; and the ‘white town’ of Ostuni, Torre Cane beach, and a golf course are all within 20km. Very private, yet within easy each of shops and excellent restaurants, and with two spacious bedrooms, this charming property is a firm favourite with CV guests.
"The trullo was absolutely beautiful...the gardens were landscaped around the pool with architectural cacti and flowers and the pool was huge. ..the trullo was so cool (the temperature was 34 outside!) the conical roof stretched upwards and the place was spotless. It was deceptively spacious inside. The rooms were airy and there was a welcome hamper on the table. Enzo was so friendly and welcoming. One night when I was having all my Italian cousins round for dinner, the pool lights would not go on and he came out within minutes to fix them. He sourced a cake for Harry's 10th birthday too. He was great. We went to to the beach at Penna Grossa near Brindisi - now a nature reserve - the sea was beautiful."
"Some days we just lounged around the pool....The boys loved it and after your villa in Meganissi in Greece last year I thought it would be hard to beat but this was even better! We are both firm converts to the villa holiday thanks to you!"
"The villa was just lovely and the local staff very helpful and friendly."
- Small sitting area
- Single bedroom with extra pull-out bed
- Shower room
- Master double bedroom (king size bed)
- Double bedroom (can be made up as twin)
- Cable TV
- DVD Player
- Bluetooth speaker
GAMES & SPORTS
- Table tennis
An English speaking CV Representative in Italy will visit during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.
Arrive: 16:00 - 19:00, depart 10:00.
Please refer to the Health & Safety pages on this website.
CV Villas is delighted to offer our own allocation of scheduled seats on British Airways from London Gatwick to Brindisi. Please see the Flights page or contact us for more details.
Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport of arrival. Please ask for details.
A food hamper is available on request. It must be ordered in the UK pre departure and paid for locally. Please call for details.
CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special. You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page or simply send us an enquiry.
- Nearest supermarket and all amenities 3km Cisternino
- Shops and restaurants 11km Martina Franca
- Fasano 12km
- Golf course 18km
- Safari Zoo 15km
PLACES OF INTEREST
- Martina Franca 11km
- Ostuni 20km
- Alberobello 20km
- Castellana Caves 35km
- Polignano 40km
- Lecce 92km
- Brindisi 60km
- Bari 90km
If a building can be a symbol for a whole region, then the trullo stands for Puglia—also known as ‘Apulia’ in English. Think of a Puglia villa holiday and those round, whitewashed limestone buildings with their comical, conical roofs always spring to mind. But there’s more to the region that is the narrow heel of Italy’s boot than trullo country around Alberobello. Discover baroque beauty in Lecce, Emperor Frederick II’s mysterious architecture at the Castel del Monte, and total relaxation on a Puglia villa stay in a rural Masseria.
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