among olive trees, chirping of birds, and the sky above, Masseria
Alchimia is first of all a place of quietness. The building is an old
17th century hermitage in Puglia’s Adriatic coast, that Caroline
Groszer has converted into a charming hideaway with 10 apartments
surrounded by natural countryside full of ancient olive trees. The
apartments are chique and decorated with excellent taste. Caroline
knew how to turn them into amazing and beautiful places. Even the
small apartments come with kitchnettes and the architect used the
space highly effective. The hotel doesn't offer food apart from small
biscuits with jam, coffee and tea, but there's a farmhouse a 2 mins
drive away that has everything you want to cook in the kitchen.
It’s an eco-friendly habitat that employs solar energy, controls water consumption and provides recycling facilities – a valid option for “eco-conscious” travelers. Close by there are fine sand and rocky beaches plus a number of whitewashed villages such as Ostini, Alberobello, Matera, Cisternino and Otranto.
Children are welcome
– there are playing grounds within the Masseria, the sandy beaches,
and a Safari Zoo in Fasano. Adults can play golf (Carolina can take
care of the booking at the San Domenico club), bicycle, ride a horse,
practice aquatic sports or get body massages. It's a good region to
look for and buy wine, pasta, olive oil and ceramics.
Masseria Alchimia is a quiet place away from crowds, where guests can relax whilst showing well deserved consideration to mother nature. Masseria Alchimia is a place of secluded perfectness.
- Family Friendly Hotels
- Animals not accepted
- Children play center
- Credit cards NOT accepted
- Internet WiFi
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
- Internet WiFi
- Room service
- Cooking Lessons
- Horseback Riding
- Water Sports