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Reviewed 2 January 2016

Perfect service, great rooms, excellent restaurant (a bit expensive though), great location, 2km from the sea surrounded by 2 golfs, one go kart track (a bit noisy sometime), hundreds years old olive trees. My wife enjoyed the spa, I did enjoy a small fitness room.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank UniMahi
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Reviewed 25 October 2015

a lovely hotel in a rural setting, excellent accommodation in cottage like units, and the beach club is fanastic, although we went 3 weeks ago, and nit closed at 7pm. we would have liked later. the service was excellent and good food

  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Jackie W
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Reviewed 19 October 2015

We were part of a bicycle tour group and had one formal dinner and one informal dinner. Both were noteworthy. It was obvious that the dining room had more guests than the 36 rooms. Our guides said the hotel had dinner guests come from around the region to dine there.

Room Tip: It's all good.
  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank John F
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Reviewed 19 October 2015

We stayed here 3 nites last month on a 3 week Italy trip. Torre Coccaro was the nicest lodging experience of our trip. Beach club (with shuttle or bicycles) is a spectacular sea venue with great restaurant. The breakfast was the absolute best with incredible variety of our entire trip. 2 dinners were excellent quality, interesting menues, and great service. Rooms are very nice and spacious. Highly recommend Torre Coccaro

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank heislog
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Reviewed 6 October 2015

We spent a wonderful week at this lovely hotel, having moved on from three nights in the beautiful and historic town of Lecce.

Our room was one of the courtyard rooms (a single story building adjacent to the torre). These rooms are cleverly designed on a head-to-toe basis - the front door and loggia of one room is next to the screened rear window of its neighbour, ensuring individual privacy and peace. The choice then is between a room with its outdoor seating area (with loungers and table) facing into the sheltered courtyard with its flowers and shrubs, or, as we had it in our 'deluxe' Room 18, facing outwards, looking over the countryside and the olive groves. Our room was a delight: from the arched and barrelled ceiling with a fresh white lawn canopy high over our bed, the spaciousness of the rest of the room, to the generous sized bathroom, with a decent shower-head over the bath. There were two comfy chairs and a table near our shuttered front door. There was plenty of wardrobe space, and enough well-located power sockets (not always the case!) for our various electrical appliances. The air-conditioning was very efficient and Wifi here was excellent. From our room it was just a very short walk down a path to the swimming pool area.

The swimming pool and its surrounding garden and bistro area was very well designed, with the shelter and privacy of a wall and screening plants. The pool was most attractive and designed to look like a beach, with a shallow incline into the deeper water, while providing a large enough deep area for more serious swimming. It also had a whirlpool seating area for those who just wanted to enjoy sitting in the water! Adjacent to the pool area there was another walled garden with scrambling nets, football nets, table-tennis table, and other child-friendly play activities.

The bistro at the pool was excellent with a sufficiently wide range of choices for lunches and snacks, hot and cold and sandwiches as well as salads. Drinks and tea/coffees were also available here. The pool area was well-maintained, and the pool attendant prompt in servicing towels etc.

The Masseria was most attractive. Set within substantial grounds, the car park was near enough for practicalities, but out of sight and sound of the hotel itself. There was a beautiful, and very well managed walled vegetable garden further down the slight slope, with fruit trees - pomegranate, figs, quinces, etc., and with a pillared walkway dividing the productive area with another, set aside for large events such as weddings and other parties. Because of the location of the 'event' area there was no undue noise affecting the rest of the Masseria, and the catering was dealt with from a separate area. It was most attractive and would make the most marvellous venue for a family party.

The Masseria is composed of a group of very old and very attractive buildings and the maximum benefit is made of these.

We were able to enjoy the outside dining part of the restaurant for five of our seven nights (a thunderstorm rather disrupted this for our final two evenings), and we had the most marvellous evening meals, by candlelight, with fairy lights highlighting the terrace area. The food was excellent: there was a fixed à la carte menu, with plenty of choice, as well as a smaller separate menu which gave additional choices on a daily basis. Most of the food was sourced locally, and the wines were all from Puglia, which gave us ample opportunity for local wine tasting!

Breakfasts were more than ample: I have never seen such a range of home-made cakes and gâteaux - quite delicious, plenty of fruit, local yoghurts, breads, juices, etc., etc. Cooked breakfasts were also available, as required.

We drove the the Masseria's Beach Club, on the coast, on two days when we were not sight-seeing (there is a free shuttle from the hotel) and greatly enjoyed the location there as well. There is a much larger bistro, with a wider menu, and with a larger seating area adjacent, and specialist treatments on offer (not tried by us as quite expensive), a small boutique, and ample toilet facilities/showers/changing rooms. The beach was lovely with the usual sun-loungers, sun umbrellas, etc., and an efficient attendant in charge. The car park was set back from the beach and well-shaded.

The staff were at all times, friendly, helpful, and efficient. Not all of them speak very good English, but there is always someone who can.

It is probably one of the nicest hotels we have stayed in, certainly in Italy, and we cannot commend the Masseria Coccaro highly enough.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Makushla-O
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