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Allegroitalia Ostuni Agritrulli
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Reviewed 27 February 2013

We stayed here for 2 weeks in February 2013. The owner was very pleasant and very helpful, but it helps if you speak Italian. The trullo is in an excellent location for visiting Puglia - most attractions are just a short drive away, but you really do need a car. There were 2 of us and the size of the trullo was OK, but it would be cramped with 4 adults as there are only 2 comfy chairs and no wardrobe. (We lived out of our suitcases on the spare beds, which are separated from the lounge/dining area by a curtain.) The kitchen is tiny and the oven uses a gas bottle which we turned off at source every time as we thought it might have been leaking. It was a bit like cooking when camping. When we arrived it was bitterly cold and it snowed on the second day. The wind howled through the gaps around the door and windows even with all the shutters closed. The trullo was cold in spite of the heating being on for 12 hours per day and the open fire being lit every night. It was so cold we could see our breath. We had to wear 4 layers of clothing and go to bed early to keep warm. Apparently this is normal for trulli that aren't lived in year round. We had a shock on the final day when we found out the heating is charged at a rate of €2 per hour. The rental company (Casamundo.co.uk) should have informed us of this beforehand but they didn't. We are waiting for them to reply to our complaint. Apparently if you book via Novasol you get a sheet detailing all the charges. The owner very kindly gave us a 10% discount on the heating cost as he was embarrassed that we didn't know about it and he could see how upset we were (it's more than we spend to heat our house in England for the entire winter). This is why we have marked it low for value. The heating bill doubled the cost of the holiday! I imagine it would be lovely in the summer to escape from the heat and the lack of space inside would not be a problem as the outside space is so nice with lovely views, barbecue and so on. There is a well-stocked children's play area and a bocce pitch (?) and the wine that the owner makes is really good.

Room Tip: Choose the larger trullo if there are more than 2 adults.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 August 2009

We stayed here in August 2009 for 2 nights but could easily have stayed longer and would definately go back. The setting for the Agritrullis is really very special, set as they are within the heart of the beautiful Itria Valley in a truly rural and tranquil spot.

The accommodation is of a very good standard combining rustic charm and comfort which is simple and clean with good use made of the space to provide a good standard bathroom and kitchenette. And you have the bonus of the famous conical trulli roof to admire from the inside.
The family are great hosts who produce their own tomato sauce, vinegar and jam as well as running other countryside based activities. They pay attention to detail and clearly endeavour to ensure their guests to have a great time.

The star though in the end is the beautiful, secluded setting. if you go to Puglia and enjoy a quiet, unique and rural setting that is authentic and low impact, I would recommened this Agritrulli retreat without reseravation.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with family
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