An out of season stay in late May in a room in one of the half dozen or masseria that are scattered around the extensive grounds. The Trulli village looked good but was probably really noisy at weekends when there is invariably a wedding on. Very few people staying which meant the outside pool was a people free zone and the excellent breakfast buffet was a laid back affair with plenty of time to chat with the great staff. Although the dinner was excellent with local specialities on the menu it was expensive so we ate out most nights ( good places within a mile or so). In all a good base to see most of the interesting places in Puglia but you need a car.
Traveller from Scotland
A collection of charming stone villas, or trulli, set amongst pine trees, gardens and orchards, and situated 15 kilometres …More
This is not a hotel as usual. You don't stay in a hotel room, but in a trullo which is actually a small house by itself.
The trulli are located in a quieter part of town. You have to walk for about ten minutes for breakfast, but since the weather is always fine, this is actually quite pleasing. The parking is free and just about five minutes away from our trullo.
The staff is very helpful and friendly, I would rate them 6 points if I could.
Traveller from Luxembourg
The Trulli Holiday is spread in the historic centre of Alberobello, offering guests the opportunity to have a marvellous …More
wonderful hotel with nice grounds and pool. breakfast was brilliant with everything from bacon and eggs to superb Italian cream cakes! within easy walking distance of the town centre, and certainly would return to this hotel.
Accommodation quite basic. Electrical cooking rings but no suitable cooking equipment even to make a cup of tea or slice of toast. Lighting barely adequate and fridge froze everything even at lowest setting. Breakfast very basic. Staff friendly and helpful. Trulli up steep hill and not suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Traveller from edinburgh
The hotel Trullidea, composed of 25 trulli dating back to the 15th century, is situated in the historical centre of …More
Famous for the prehistoric beehive-shaped huts that line the streets, Alberobello is an unusual tourist attraction and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Locals reside in some of the quaint buildings, known as trulli, and others have been converted into shops and restaurants. The town really comes alive in the summer evenings when everyone emerges for the lively passeggiata.
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