The Masseria Serralta B&B is a converted old Apulian rural settlement. Situated in one of the highest parts of the Murgia plateau, it is a remarkable example of a traditional 17th Century dwelling complex which has survived to this day perfectly preserved. This has led the structure to be declared a heritage site by the Apulian branch of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage.

A “Trullo” is a traditional Apulian stone dwelling with a conical roof, protected under UNESCO World Heritage law. Masseria Serralta consists of four Trulli suites and a central tower – known as “Pignon” – with a sloping roof. The Pignon has been expertly restored by the renowned expert stone-masons of the Itria Valley.

Looking onto the charming village of Locorotondo, the guesthouse sits amidst the Apulian countryside, a truly rural landscape which is a mosaic of fields bordered by dry stone walls. You will be ideally positioned between the Baroque town of Martina Franca and the Adriatic Coast, an area which sees many internationally important cultural events take place throughout the year.

In order to respect the original layout, the B&B is set up for a small number of guests. You will stay in a real Trullo, just like in old times! The homely atmosphere of this stone settlement will recall ancient customs of simple living and hospitality, making it the perfect place to relax, caressed by the cooling breeze of the hill.