A boutique masseria with swimming pool and unparalleled privacy
Masseria Beneficio is a luxury villa in Apulia, surrounded by endless hectares of olive trees, promising to be an oasis of relaxation. The beautiful property has been recently restored by local skilled craftsman, and now awaits discerning guests who are planning to escape to a tranquil rural retreat. The masseria can be rented exclusively by guests who wish to celebrate a holiday in the company of family and friends. The property is also suitable for private or corporate events.
The six-bedroom masseria sits in harmony with the surrounding nature, offering guests an exceptional holiday experience in the charming Apulian countryside. The pristine nature, the scented flowers, the traditional décor and modern facilities ease guests into a relaxed holiday mood with nothing else to do but to enjoy il dolce far niente.
Masseria Beneficio offers an unrestricted sense of space, both outdoors and indoors. The ample outdoor area is equipped with a uniquely shaped swimming pool, sun loungers, and al fresco sitting and dining spaces. The outdoor space has been specifically designed to encourage guests to relax and enjoy the indulgent climate in complete privacy and tranquillity.
Masseria Beneficio comprises of a main building, and one additional establishment. In the main building, on the bottom floor, the masseria features an entrance hallway with sofa and fireplace, a reading room, dining and kitchen, as well as two en-suite bedrooms. On the top floor, there are two additional en-suite bedrooms which enjoy access to a terrace.
Adjoining the main villa is the trullo suite which charmingly preserves the original architecture. The trullo suite is exceptionally romantic enjoying utter privacy, and superb facilities, including a marble Jacuzzi tub.
Several metres away from the main villa is the former barn with barrel-shaped ceilings. This establishment has a bedroom with en-suite facilities.
Whether for a romantic wedding, corporate retreat, or for a family holiday, Masseria Beneficio is the perfect place to be. Combining tradition, elegance and fantastic facilities, this luxury villa allows guests to simply relax.
Main villa:Ground floor:2 x double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom
First floor:2 x double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom with access to a terrace
Barn house: 1 x double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
The Trullo suite: 1 x double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, living room and en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub
Apulia is the region which occupies the Italian boot’s stiletto. The region has one of the longest coastlines in mainland Italy. Tourists exhausted by the crowdedness of other Italian regions escape to Apulia for equally beautiful scenery and delightful food.
Due to its positioning, Apulia offers many beautiful beaches which will delight every visitor. However, the beauty of the region not only lies in its beaches. The whole area is steeped in history, tradition, and culture. For a taste of history, visitors should seek out the numerous medieval and baroque castles which line the coast. A must-visit is Alberobello (39km away), to see the trulli, listed as Unesco World Heritage, where guests can discover the fascinating ancient stone homes with conical roofs.
Taranto (46km away) in Apulia is a beautiful region with a diverse natural landscape, from long stretches of sandy beaches, to wild areas with steep cliffs fringed by the deep blue sea.
Similar to Taranto, Gallipoli (91km) is a two-part town. It has a contemporary hub based on the mainland, while the historical centre inhabits a small island that projects out into the Ionian Sea. Thanks to the beautifully preserved baroque architecture, Gallipoli is arguably one of the prettiest settlements in Apulia.
Porto Cesareo (61km), also known as the Maldives of Italy, boasts white sandy beaches fringed by the shimmering turquoise waters. Of all the regions’ beautiful beaches, Torre Lapillo Bay is the most eye-catching spot where tourists can also find the 16th-century St Thomas’ Tower.
Being a region bordered by the sea, everyone expects a variety of water sports, and indeed, there are multiple spots for windsurfing, kitesurfing to diving of the Apulian coast. Nonetheless, Apulia is brimming with beautiful national parks, including the Gargano or the Murgia National Park, which are easily explorable on a bike tour. Here, travellers can discover the vestiges that attest the land’s ancient history.
Distances: San Domenico golf Club: 40km - Torre Canne – FasanoTennis: 5km – Ceglie MessapicaSurfing: 40km - Torre Canne – FasanoHorse rides: 20km - Rosamarina – OstuniBrindisi airport: 44km
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.
© MyPrivateVillas 2019