Trulli Bruno is a truly authentic and charming Italian holiday home surrounded by olive groves and beautiful countryside. The villa is decorated to a high standard with a stylish combination of luxury and tradition. The outside grounds are immaculately maintained with lush green lawns, giant palm trees and an irresistible private swimming pool.
Trulli Bruno is, indeed, a Trulli, a traditional Italian dry stone house with a conical roof. The walls are exceptionally thick allowing the interior to remain cool and fresh, even during the height of summer. Every aspect of the villa has been carefully designed with stylish and comfortable furnishings allowing you to enjoy the benefits of luxury yet with a relaxed and cool atmosphere.
The villa can easily sleep 8 guests with the possibility of adding an additional 3 children on sofa beds. The bedrooms and bathrooms are beautifully decorated and there is a fully equipped kitchen and comfortable sitting room with a TV and DVD player.
The grounds of Trulli Bruno are quite simply fabulous. The swimming pool is surrounded by lush lawns with reclining sun beds and a charming covered seating area. There is the large terrace with a dining table and masonry chairs, the ideal location for al fresco dining on warm summer evenings.
Trulli Bruno is located on an elevated location, giving it the privilege of far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and also the added bonus of maximum privacy.
With the combination of privacy, private pool, lawned gardens and easy access to nearby towns and activities, Trulli Bruno is an ideal destination for an unforgettable family holiday in the heel of Italy, often know as Italy’s best kept secret!
A tiny village on the hillside top of Murgia, internationally known for its caves, a unique example of Apulian Karstic caves in Southern Apulia. In summer, it’s pleasant to stroll down the alleys of the historic centre or the surrounding countryside to enjoy the cool evening air after a sunny day out.
This picturesque villa in Puglia is a popular and important fixture on travellers itinerates. Alberobello is filled with Trulli buildings which are unique to the area.
A charming seaside town populated with shops and gorgeous buildings in a historic centre which faces the sea. 10 to 20 minutes driving distance from most Villas, it is an ideal location to spend half a day enjoying an aperitif or a dinner on sea-view terraces.
Polignano A Mare
A must-visit town in Apulia, historic town offering stunning sea views. Ideal for walking, diving, swimming or enjoying good food by the sea.
Matera is one of the most interesting, unusual and memorable tourist destinations in South Italy. At the immediate border of Puglia going west, in the region of Basilicata (also known as Lucania), it is famous for its extensive cave-dwelling districts, the sassi. Wander along the lanes alongside the picturesque cave-filled cliffs, and learn the history of this unique fascinating place. Just awarded with the title of European Capital of Culture 2019, it’s definitely worth a full day visit.