Confidential suite approached via ripening pomegranates, with two bathrooms on the first floor.
Returning each evening to your suite after dinner in our Apulian restaurant Mummùlo, you meander through the flower strewn lanes, past white cocciopesto walls, citrus groves, twisted olive trees and the ripening pomegranates which give the suite its name. Created stylishly around the original masseria architecture, a stone stable wall is now adapted to a headboard. Stepping bare foot across the original chianca tiles, to look out over the pretty boughs, it is easy to imagine the rural rhythm of this nobleman’s estate when farmers left at dawn to toil the land, returning for revels in the piazza.
There are two bathrooms as is the Apulian way, and the airy interior is a refreshing white.
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