7 Bedroom (Sleeps 12) Villa in Noci, Metropolitan City Of Bari

Restored Trullo Farmhouse With Pool In Idyllic Location
At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Air Conditioning, Parking, Private Pool, Garden.
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Owner: James Cutler
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Overview

  • Property Type: Villa
  • Location: Noci, Metropolitan City Of Bari
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Bedrooms: 7 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Minimum nights stay: 7
  • Low season price per week: £1500
  • High season price per week: £2350
  • Property Rating: 5/5 Average Rating (8 Reviews)
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability

Description

Located in the Itria Valley near LOCOROTONDO (NOT NOCI!) , Trullo San Marco is a delightful, recently restored traditional trulli farmhouse with a private pool, sleeping up to 12 people in 4/7 bedrooms. A magical property with the most amazing views over open countryside to the sea, it is on the edge of the little village of San Marco and also near fascinating old towns with good restaurants and only 20 minutes from the sea. Providing a perfect solution for two families or a larger family or group, this is an unusual villa as although it is a seven coned trullo, its main living room is a large converted coach-house with a high barrel ceiling so it is spacious without having modern additions. All the original features have been preserved, but it is also well equipped with mod cons. This lovely villa is situated just a few minutes' walk from a small village in the countryside where you can buy everything you need including delicious local produce and fresh bread from a wood oven. Next door to the shop, opposite a mediaeval chapel, is an authentic little bar/cafe with snacks and ice creams at ridiculously cheap prices. Trullo San Marco is also near the small town of Locorotondo (officially listed as 'one of the most beautiful in Italy' and Alex 'Secret Italy' Polizzi's favourite place in Puglia) and within short driving distance of many of Puglia's prettiest little hill towns like Cisternino, Ostuni, Martina Franca and the Trullo town of Alberobello. BTW it is near Locorotondo not Noci and is in a very rural area NOT a metropolitan area at all!

8 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

What a Great Place!

By David C. on 10-Sep-2016

We had a fantastic family holiday in this beautiful house in a great region new to us. There were four couples aged 29 to 63 and all relaxing for a week. The pool was fantastic and the views sublime. It got stormy later in the week (the lightening was rather exciting) but that gave us a chance to visit the spectacular towns in the region and take advantage of all the culinary specialities. Everything was just great and the advice on what to see and do from the owner was really useful.

5 of of 5

Just Lovely

By Kate H on 12-Jun-2016

We (a family of 5 - kids 12, 9 and 7) treated ourselves to this very special holiday over the May half term 2016. Right from the start the owner was attentive and helpful providing lots of information on the villa and on the local area, responding very quickly to emails we sent asking for their advice. On arrival we were met by the local agent who was also friendly and helpful. The villa itself I couldn't fault, very well equipped, clean and tidy with lovely, homely decor. The pool also is great - just the right size for us - the kids were in it most of the time having such fun. We concluded that the end of May is a good time to go for us - the weather was great but not too hot, the local area is rich in flora and fauna - there's so much to see - and the most magical smell of jasmine and honeysuckle filled the air in the garden, accompanied by the sound of bees. Locorotondo and the surrounding area offers loads to do. We were not short of places to visit with mornings spent mooching around a local town or city ( Ostuni, Monopoli, or the caves at Castellana Grotte) and then in the afternoon exploring the coast - great for snorkelling with the kids in the shallow clear,calm waters of the Adriatic - particularly lovely at Polignano a Mare. The locals, too, were all very friendly and helpful and welcomed our attempts at Italian, filling in when we were out of our depth. We spent most of our money in the local shop with its lovely cheeses, meats and local products. This is a place we'd love to come back to and to bring more of the family to enjoy.

5 of of 5

A Trulli Sumptuous Taste of Italy

By M.C. on 18-Aug-2015

We spent two weeks at this beautiful trulli and would love to return. Two families went and in total there were nine of us. This part of Italy is stunning with fantastic weather and numerous whitewashed towns. The trulli itself is in a village called San Marco which is a small and quiet agricultural, working village in the region of Puglia. The trulli is full of character with many original features. When we arrived, the English property manager showed us around and was very friendly and helpful offering advice about local places we could visit etc. There was plenty of space in the trulli for all of us and was very well equipped, inside (board games, wi-fi, TVs, books etc) and outside (sun loungers, umbrellas, inflatables, outside shower etc) The trulli has a roof terrace which has gorgeous views and the outside dining area is sheltered with a bbq and outside sink. There is a local shop with very friendly and helpful owners. It is less than a five minute walk from the trulli. You can get everything you need there from local cheeses and meats to washing powder and alcohol! There are many local towns which are definitely worth a visit; Alberobello which has many trullis and is a UNESCO world heritage site, Locorotondo, a beautiful historic town with a labyrinth of white alleys, Martina Franca, another beautiful old town surrounded by stone walls with lots of piazzas and narrow, winding streets and Ostuni, built on top of a hill and commonly referred to as "the White Town" ("La Città Bianca") for its white walls and its typically white-painted architecture. Another place worth visiting are the Castellana caves where you can go on a guided tour of the caves. We also visited a local water park called Acqua Splash which was close to Alberobello and was perfect for the age range of children we had (5-10 years). All of these places are close to the trulli and can be reached by car in under half an hour or so. If you can bear to tear yourself away from the peaceful poolside, there are many beautiful beaches too. The food was amazing and we ate out at many fine restaurants. The owners have helpfully left notes in the trulli detailing local restaurants and places to visit. This trulli is to be highly recommended and is home from home. It was our first visit to Italy and has definitely given us a taste and we wouldn't hesitate to return!

5 of of 5

Prices

01/04 to 19/05 April and May £1500
08/07 to 08/09 High season £2350
30/09 to 31/10 October £1500
20/05 to 07/07 MID SEASON £1750
09/09 to 29/09 SEPTEMBER £1650

Location

Suitability

Children Welcome

Facilities

Refrigerator
Hob
Oven
Microwave
Dishwasher
Pantry Items
Coffee Maker
Toaster
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Internet
Fireplace
Wood stove
Air Conditioning
Heating
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Parking
Living Room
Hairdryer
Ironing Board
Television
Satellite/Cable
DVDs
Video Library
Video Games
Games
Books
Private Pool
Garden
Golf

Theme

Adventure
Away from it all
Family
Historic
Romantic
Sports activities
Tourist attractions