These are the oldest trulli of the masseria, made up of seven finely restored cones. Some stone details have been left exposed, such as the mangers or the stone rings used to keep farm animals tied up.
Very welcoming, they have two bedrooms inside, one double and one with two single beds; it is also possible to add a cot. In the living room you will find the kitchenette with everything you need, a refrigerator, a microwave oven, a two-burner gas cooker, a dishwasher, a sofa, a table with chairs and a delightful stone fireplace. Air conditioning, mosquito nets, on doors and windows, a safe, and linen for the bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, all make your stay more comfortable.
The bathroom, which is accessed from the living room and which is housed in a small trullo, is complete with shower and wall-mounted hair-dryer.
Outside, a beautiful and ancient circular courtyard with a high dry stone wall and an olive tree in the centre, will welcome you when you return from your day trips.
In this courtyard you will find a table with chairs, a patio surrounded by bunches of grapes and a barbecue. Dining in the starlight with the song of crickets will become your passion.
Between the Trulli and the Lamia, is the Casale (farmhouse) where the owners live.