This is a striking example of a Masseria, an 18th century fortified farm, and is in a great location looking down towards the Adriatic coast. It used to house over 20 families (farmers and share croppers) who worked on the farm . Our comfortable one-bed room with its fireplace was probably occupied by a whole family. The rooms form a... More
- Also Known As:
- Lama Di Luna Biomasseria Bari
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It is a farm of the 18th century inhabited by Coloni and Mezzadri, Farmers and Share-Croppers), now totally restructured after three years of minute work, with techniques of bio-architecture and feng-shui in the total respect of the place and its history; it is deep in 190 hectares of natural landscape, olive-groves, cherry orchards, almond groves and vineyards, all biologically cultivated and certified AIAB-ICEA. The guest-rooms are the old residence of the farmers; today they are spacious and bright,they all have a fireplace, they look on to the farmyard and they are provided with warm water and heating thanks to 48 solar panels; there are beds dating back to 1800 made with heart-wood of pine or olive-tree or brass-made, with natural latex mattress, unbleached cotton sheets and towels, olive-oil soaps; each detail has been meticulously studied to let the energy move on to permit the guests to feel the ancient flavours. ... more less
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