Trullo Lily comprises a traditional three cone 'trullo' attached to a more modern 'lamia' building. The trullo is set in an acre of olive, fruit and nut trees, with its hillside location offering breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding countryside with the hilltop town of Ostuni in the distance. Trullo Lily has recently been renovated to a high standard and offers stylish, unique accommodation for four - six guests. The trullo has two double bedrooms, one within the trullo and one within the lamia, both of which have en-suite bathrooms. There is also a third master bathroom, living area equipped with TV, and fully equipped kitchen. There is a double bed settee in the living room which can accommodate an additional two guests. Sliding glass doors lead directly out onto a spectacular covered patio, perfect for al fresco dining and socializing. Outside, Trullo Lily has fabulous private sun terraces, with views of the surrounding countryside, and a magnificent roof terrace; the perfect spot to relax and enjoy an aperitif as the sun sets over the surrounding olive groves and trulli dotting the local area.
Trullo Lily's superb location provides privacy and tranquility, but also offers easy accessibility to the cultural and gastronomic delights of local towns. The chic, white-washed city of Ostuni is 6km away, and the beautiful baroque town of Martina Franca lies 20km away. The nearest beach at Pilone, is 15km away and offers expanses of golden sand, a fabulous seafood restaurant and a lively beach club.
A holiday at Trullo Lily means relaxing on the sun terrace and enjoying al fresco dining amid ancient olive trees or perhaps sampling local wines on the panoramic roof terrace as the sun sets on the Apulian countryside. When you wish to explore, there is easy access to stunning ancient hill towns steeped in history and culture. You can swim in the dazzling turquoise waters of the Adriatic at one of Apulia's blue flag beaches and indulge in some of the best food and wine that Italy has to offer, in a region where the concept of farm-to-table dining is centuries old.