|Project Name||Masseria Alchimia Guesthouse||Posted in||Design, Interior Design||Location||
|Telephone||+39 335 6094647||[email protected]||Rooms||10|
|Rates||from 69 euros per night||Official Website||Masseria Alchimia|
Brimming with eclectic continental taste and South Italian temperament, the Masseria Alchimia guest house in Puglia, Italy, awaits peace-seeking holiday-goers for some laid back dolce far niente against a backdrop of ancient olive groves and stunning local architecture. The Puglia region is famous for two different types of architecture: the Trulli huts with their conical roofs, and the Masserie, thick-walled farmhouses that used to be the residences of feudal lords of old and most of which now welcome travellers as guesthouses.
One such history-laden establishemnt is the Swiss family-owned Masseria Alchimia, a small boutique gesthouse with 10 studios, each with its own entrance and furnished with a selection of design classics, warm colours and natural materials. Understated, relaxed and thoughtfully designed by owner Caroline Groszer, Masseria Alchimia also features a selection of contemporary art pieces that changes periodically. As an ''accommodation only'' guesthouse, Masseria Alchimia does not serve breakfast; nevertheless, guests can easily supply themselves with locally-grown foodstuff from several small shops nearby.