Casa Boccadoro

  • Location: Beach / Coast
    Beautiful Ostuni for restaurants and shops: 7 km (10 mins by car)
    Ceglie Messapica: 10 km (15 mins by car)
    Beach (Torre Santa Sabina): 15 km (20 mins by car)
    Beach (Parco Naturale di Torre Guaceto): 22 km (25 mins by car)
  • Brindisi Airport (BDS): 38 km (40 mins by car)
    Bari Airport (BRI): 100 km (1h 15 mins by car)
    Airport transfer available on request
    Car recommended
    Free parking
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An introduction to Casa Boccadoro

How would you describe Casa Boccadoro in a nutshell?

It’s a really peaceful place, set in one hectare of olive trees. I love the surroundings and the landscape. It’s at the same time remote and easy to reach by car.

When I was searching for a place, I wanted it to be easily reachable but also offer a lot of privacy. It has been designed so that you can socialise with your family and friends but each room has its own space. This was an important point for me. That’s why I kept the three buildings — the main house, the trullo (originally used for olive storage) and the lamietta.

What is the story behind Casa Boccadoro, what was your inspiration to create it?

I fell in love with Puglia on my first trip here 15 years ago and decided to search for a place in Ostuni because it’s really central. I didn’t want to build a new house — I wanted something historic and with the Puglian architecture I really like.

During the restoration, I tried to retain the property’s Puglian essence by using only local materials while adding modern elements.

 How would you describe the atmosphere and the interior design of Casa Boccadoro?

I worked as a model for many years but I am passionate about design and created Casa Boccadoro as I wanted it. For the project, I collaborated with two local architects and the restoration took two years to complete. In the beginning, there was no electricity or gas.

I really wanted there to be contact with the surrounding nature. So in the bathrooms, there are big windows so you can shower overlooking the olive and lemon trees. The outside areas are really private, so you have space for yourself, and the garden is filled with plants from the region.

To you personally, what is so special about Casa Boccadoro?

For me, it is a little paradise. I’ve designed it exactly how I like it and think it is the perfect holiday house for vacations. The huge garden means you have privacy and there are lots of nice places to relax with friends and family. If you like the Mediterranean spirit, Puglia and nature, you will like Casa Boccadoro.

Pool area
Living area
Terrace
Kitchen
Kitchen
Pool area
Pool area
Pool area
Pool area
Terrace
Garden
Trullo
Trullo
Trullo
Trullo
Lamia grande
Lamia grande
Lamietta
Lamietta
Garden
Outdoor kitchen
Views
Terrace
Outdoor shower
Evening
Evening
Evening
Evening
Evening

Casa Boccadoro rooms & rates

When you arrive, there is a parking area and you enter into the main house with the kitchen and living room. A corridor leads to a bedroom and a bathroom while outside is a big terrace with a living area and a dining table.

There are two additional bedrooms a few metres from the main building. The largest is in the trullo and the smallest is in the lamietta, both with ensuite bathrooms. We also have a rooftop terrace where you can watch the sunset and all of the spaces are air-conditioned.

Outside is a pool that’s not heated (10x4 metres) and a shower with warm water, as well as a beautiful garden. In the surrounding property are 120 olive trees, as well as fig, orange and lemon trees.

OVERVIEW

• Main house: fully equipped open plan kitchen, dining area, fireplace (can only be used in winter), and the ensuite master bedroom (160x200) with a walk in shower.

• Trullo: spacious queen size (160x200) bedroom with ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower.

• Lamietta: double bedroom (140x200), and ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower.

  • Casa Boccadoro for 6 people / 100 m²
    / night
    • 3 Double bedrooms
    • 3 Shower rooms (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Baby cot (on req.)
    • Terrace
    • Fireplace
    • Air conditioning
Included in the rates
Rates include utilities, linen and towels, pool towels, air conditioning, mid stay cleaning and change of linen for stays longer than one week.
Optional extras
Available on request: extra cleaning and change of linen and towels, grocery shopping service, home chef, cooking lesson, home massage, boat rental, airport transfer.
Extra charges
A tourist tax of EUR 1 per person per day (maximum 5 days) and a cleaning fee of EUR 200 are payable on arrival.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. A baby cot and high chair are available free of charge. But please be aware that it may not be ideal for small children since all rooms are in different units and the pool is not fenced and there is no alarm system.
Minimum stay
6 - 7 nights (check calendar for dates)
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 10:00
Discounts/Special offers
10% special offer 29 June 2024 - 12 July 2024

Facilities & services

  • Maid service
  • Children welcome
  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Music system
  • BBQ area
  • Iron & Board
  • Hair dryer

On arrival, we provide guests with a welcome pack featuring local delicacies, wine and olive oil. For guests staying longer than a week, there is a change of linen and a weekly clean included.

Our caretaker is always available to help with restaurant bookings and we provide a list of recommendations of things to see and do in the area. In addition, we can organise airport transfers, massages, cooking classes and dinner at the property, as well as boat excursions and olive oil tastings.

AMENITIES

Wi-Fi, alarm system, Smeg appliances (oven, gas cook top, dishwasher, washing machine), sheets and towels provided, Nespresso coffee machine, Smeg juicer, toaster, iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, Bose stereo system, private parking etc. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, mosquito nets and blackout curtains for the bedrooms.

Pool: 10 x 4 metres and 2.20 metres deep (open from April to October).

Things to do in Puglia & Ostuni

  • Art / Culture
  • Wine tastings
  • Hiking
  • Cycling

I would recommend visiting all the little towns of the Valle d’Itria — Ostuni, Ceglie Messapica, Cisternino, Locorotondo, Martina Franca and Alberobello. You really need a car to get around but the roads are very nice to drive and the countryside is so beautiful. Polignano and Monopoli are also not too far away. I would also recommend visiting Taranto, which is a really authentic city.

The closest beach to Casa Boccadoro is Torre Santa Sabina, which is 15 kilometres away, and we are 20 kilometres from the beaches in the National Park of Torre Guaceto. On the other coastline, there are also beautiful beaches that are not so busy and they can be reached in around 40 minutes from the house.

The closest restaurants to Casa Boccadoro are in Ostuni, Carovigno and Ceglie Messapica. We provide our guests with lots of recommendations and ideas for grocery shopping, with most of the places around six or seven kilometres away.

The location of Casa Boccadoro

Casa Boccadoro is in the heart of the Valle d’Itria and surrounded by olive trees, vineyards and trulli. We have almost no neighbours but the road to the property is very good and it’s seven kilometres (10 minutes’ drive) from the old town of Ostuni. Ceglie Messapica is 10 kilometres away while Brindisi Airport is 20 kilometres or 30 minutes by car. Bari is around 80 kilometres.

For me, this part of Puglia is so unique. At first, I thought of buying a property in Salento because it has beautiful beaches. But you can find beautiful beaches in many places. This countryside, however, with its stone walls, old olive trees and small towns, you can only find in Valle d’Itria.

When is the best time to visit Puglia?

April to the end of October is the best time to visit. April is really nice because of the Easter celebrations — in Taranto you have one of the biggest Easter processions in Europe. The pool is open but it’s still a bit cool to swim. May is also nice and not so crowded in the little towns. June and September are the best months — there aren’t so many people and the water is wonderful. July and August you have the warmest sea but also a lot of people.