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Masseria Porvica, C.P. 49, 74026 Marina di Pulsano, Pulsano Italy
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#1 of 2 hotels in Marina di Pulsano
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Masseria dating back to 1600, a short distance from a sea with a white private beach of the hotel, surrounded by a hundred acres of land to organic farming, with olive trees, vineyards, wheat, is an ideal retreat to carve out moments of relaxation in direct contact with nature. Renovated with great dedication by the owners who will welcome you with warmth and sympathy along with all the staff.
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Masseria Porvica, C.P. 49, 74026 Marina di Pulsano, Pulsano Italy
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dogcabo wrote a review Nov 2019
Playa del Carmen, Mexico188 contributions138 helpful votes
We, two couples arrived here around noon and were able to check in for a two night stay. Although room rates were the same, one couple had a studio, while the couple had a separate living room and bedroom. You may want to clarify your room.The restaraunt was closed on Mondays, our first night, so we ate a picnic supper in the courtyard. We ate dinner the next night at the hotel restarant which was good. Breakfast was included rack morning and was good. The hotel is family run. The grandmother was in the room next to ours and had family visitors throughout our stay. The room is very simple, shower very tiny. The location is beautiful, amidst fields and vineyard. We had lunch and tour of the Emery vineyard next door and it was one of the highlights of our vacation.
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Date of stay: October 2019
2 Helpful votes
Michael L wrote a review Oct 2019
Palm Coast, Florida148 contributions96 helpful votes
Perhaps the fact that we were there in off season reflected in our stay. Who knows. The place had a tired worn out feeling with many areas badly needing maintenance and attention. While I recognize that the theme is farm house, it is no excuse to not provide nice decor. New bed covers are needed. The shower needed upgrading. Some decent bathroom amenities would be nice. The staff was both nice and short at the same time. Not really one of my favorite stops.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
3 Helpful votes
Jacqueline G wrote a review Jul 2019
Ottawa40 contributions39 helpful votes
We were desperate to get out of our accommodations in Leporano Marina and got to spend merely 2 days there in the cabins (all that was left at the last minute) they were clean. I was very pleased to find that the products in the bathroom were environmentally friendly. We felt safe, the staff were extremely polite and helpful. It left us with a much better opinion of the area, we just chose wrongly to start with at our former 'apartamento'. The restaurant was nice, breakfast could be improved upon with hot food. The private beach was a long walk in the heat from the parking lot, good food and service there. The grounds were lovely.
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Date of stay: July 2019
1 Helpful vote
Pilli33 wrote a review Sep 2018
Province of Bologna, Italy4 contributions2 helpful votes
For the third year running we went back to the Tenuta del Barco and we were welcomed by Nicola, Antonio and all the staff as part of the family. We had a super time.. and the quality of the reception was as always at it's best. A special consideration goes for breakfast, with a real large variety of delicious cakes, homemade jams and warm croissants, accompanied by fruits, toasts, eggs.. a wonderful beginning for the day. The sea side resort is as always hostpitable with comfortable sunbeds and a marvellous sea. We moved to the seaside by mountain bike offered by the Tenuta. We played soccer in the soccer field which can also be used as a Tennis court, so the kids were happy. We stayed in the old portion of the Tenuta in a spacious room with a high ceiling with double windows, so there was good ventilation at night, without using the air conditioner. We had dinner for a couple of evenings in the inner yard of the Tenuta, the overall quality and service was good. The general atmosphere is relaxing, the gardens are well kept.We certainly recommend the place for who wihes to visit Puglia, it's close to major tourists sites like Martina Franca, Grottaglie, Locorotondo, Albero Bello, Caves of Castellana, Lecce.
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Marina M wrote a review Jul 2018
Moscow, Russia107 contributions58 helpful votes
We spent one week in this hotel. The location is good for those who has a car because nearby you can not find nothing, not a small shop. But you can have a beautiful walk for 40 minutes to the beach. By the way, the beach is very good and not expensive. The territory of the hotel is very nice, green, full of flowers and trees. The staff is nice friendly and try to do everything you need. But .. the stuff can not do nothing with terrible internet and mosquitoes. Better to say that the hotel doesn’t have internet at all. Breakfast is quite good with big selection of cakes, fruit, and so. You can order good coffee and if you want also hot dish as omelet. Tenuta includes also the restaurant for dinner and vinoteca for tasting and buying wines. The restaurant is very expensive and with very strange kitchen what means that is better to go for dinner to another place. Selection of wines in the vinoteca is good but the staff seems to be sleeping all day long. For make the hotel better and even luxury they can do some things...repair the pool, do something against mosquitoes, buy normal internet and some routers, and change the chef of the restaurant.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Live in chalet is good when it’s hot outside
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tenuta del Barco
Which popular attractions are close to Tenuta del Barco?
Nearby attractions include Bahia del Sol (2.2 km), Spiaggia di Montedarena (5.1 km), and Frescheria Jamaica (2.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tenuta del Barco?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Tenuta del Barco?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a bidet, and extra long beds.
What food & drink options are available at Tenuta del Barco?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Tenuta del Barco?
Yes, free parking and paid private parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tenuta del Barco?
Conveniently located restaurants include Scirocco Wine&food, Locanda del Barco, and La Barca di Ciro.
Are pets allowed at Tenuta del Barco?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Tenuta del Barco?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Tenuta del Barco?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Torre dell'orologio di Pulsano (7.1 km) and Torre Castelluccia (3.9 km).
Is Tenuta del Barco accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.