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Masseria Dagilupi

by Phoebe
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Between Ostuni and the Adriatic Sea, you’ll find Masseria Dagilupi, a shimmering gem whose understated beauty is a pure breath of fresh air. Hidden within four hectares of olive groves, this renovated olive mill exudes an air of charm and relaxation that appears to emanate from its stripped back and refined design and decoration. The original lime walls bridge a gap between old and modern, melding the property with its rural surroundings. Architect enthusiasts Danielle and Jean Louis have successfully created a boutique stay that remains both exclusive and simplistically beautiful.

Each suite has a unique design, and all have whitewashed walls and rugged vaulted ceilings – referencing its previous stature. With just three rooms it really epitomises a boutique stay, with sunseekers and those in need of tranquillity, truly being in mind. Welcome products by organic certified brand Grown Alchemist and classic bed linen by Society Limonta Society are just some of what guests can indulge in. We particularly like the freestanding tin bath in the Terrace Suite Ostuni, which offers views across the 400 trees of the olive groves to the Adriatic beyond.

This is a charming vacation home rental in Italy, with rooms that can be rented individually or together, sleeping up to six guests in total.

Masseria Dagilupi is one of those rare finds. It is small, quiet and intimate and surrounded by ancient olive trees. Everything has been exceptionally well considered, from the redesign of the masseria, to the selection of linen and furnishings. Book your stay below and you will not be disappointed!

Images via: Booking.com and Dagilupi.com.

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