The architecture of the past is perfectly recognizable in this hotel establishment located just a few kilometers away from Ostuni, commonly known as the white town of Brindisi, in the heart of the Apulia countryside. It took Andrew Trotter three years to get to the bottom of local traditions to come up with the design of this luminous box where everything has been built around a patio. Once inside, one is taken aback by its fantastic pool that sits in a landscape planted with impressive olive trees more than 500 years old.
Thick walls, domed ceilings, stone floors and whitewashed walls keep the rooms cool during the hottest days of the year. The architectural details are so simple that they create the ideal setting for switching off and relaxing in every corner without a care in the world. This hotel has six rooms of 24 to 45 square meters and they all have a private garden or terrace with views of the countryside.
The air conditioning is not in great demand in this building, and the solar panels provide enough power for its lighting and heating. The farmhouse hotel has its own source of water: a well that provides a constant flow of fresh water to cover all needs.