We stayed here for one week with my wife.
Very nice renovated old stone house, everything was new, clean and cozy. Massive old walls prevent overheating the house during day, so it was not necessarily to switch on air condition at all. House is located on tiny street very close to the city centre with very friendly neighbours.Everything was very close in walk distance from the house.
Each day we bought delicious fresh bread from oldest bakery in the town at Via G.Ferrari street (50m from house) fresh vegetable and fruits from small shops in neighbourhood. Breakfast and dinner with wine degustation at the terrace were our daily routine.
Culture summer events in the town took us into real life at south Italy. Few small not noisy natural sandy beaches were there in distance 10-15 km from the city. We had own car so we didn't have to use public transport.
Free wifi connection is reachable at main square (Piazza della Libertà) with plenty of cafés and restaurants.
Good choice for couples which would like to try not only Italian sun and sea but also few days of real life in Puglia among local people.
We have just come back from a six night stay in casa spaghetti.
The stay was so unpleasant because they are not geared up to deal with anything other than hot weather.
The heater was broken which they knew about but didn't fix.
The sheets on the bed were just so flimsy we were waking up absolutely freezing at 5 in the morning...
It totally ruined our trip.
I would really advise against staying in this place.
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