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Review submitted by Gabrielle from London (Submitted: 28 Aug 2012)
Villa Rosa is a wonderful retreat in agricultural Italy. The trullo lived up to expectations, was clean and comfortable with everything we needed. The pool, hot tub and patio were superb! It would have been easy to spend the week there but we explored the local area and found delightful towns, markets, a street festival and baroque churches. A stay at Villa Rosa offers the opportunity for quiet relaxation or a perfect base from which to explore Puglia. Great too for extended family as there was something for all ages. We can thoroughly recommend it.
Review submitted by Jenny from Rickling Green (Submitted: 13 Aug 2011)
Trullo Rosa was all that We had hoped and more. Just returned after holidaying with our two adult daughters and sons in law. We all enjoyed the fantastic pool, large enought for a proper swim and lots of silly games! Trullo Rosa is very well equipped for self catering. All areas were very clean and the beds very comfortable. We had great fun one night making and cooking Pizzas in the bread oven. The hot tub was knocked out a couple of times after storms but after a phoned call to Chris he quickly came and sorted things out so all was well. After our first week all linens were changed and the villa cleaned which was quite a luxury! I would thoroughly recommend Trullo Rosa to anyone looking for a peaceful, relaxed holiday with lots to see and do in close proximity
Review submitted by Martin from Vejle (Submitted: 6 Sep 2010)
Over all a good appartment, and we rate it to be approx 7 of 10.
Good: Checking in/out, The support from staff, eating place outside (pergola), pool, the nature and the position of the house.
Poor: A break at the diving board (which we were not informed about from the staff - would have been nice). Not much toiletpaper - maybe a little more would have been nice as we didnt think about bying this at the arrivel. And no wood to the pizza oven - neither to take or buy - and as it only can be bought in paxs of 80-100 kg the pizza seems useless.
But overall a nice appartment and a pleasant stay!
Review submitted by Tracey from Sydney (Submitted: 12 Jul 2010)
We really enjoyed our stay in Trulli Rosa. It was a unique experience and we loved the solitude and privacy of the property as well as the location. We took advantage of its locality to three towns and did a day trip to the beach also.
We loved the house and the outdoor space was wondeful. We were let down only by the cool weather but it would have been helpful if the spa had been working - especially considering the weather.
It was a great holiday and we would recommend it.
Review submitted by Kristian from London (Submitted: 22 Sep 2009)
Villa Rosa is a beautiful converted Trullo set on a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside. Its very spacious and well equipped with a lovely kidney shaped pool and terrace/bbq area. Its ideal for anyone looking to get away from it all, was very peaceful and the pool was a real bonus (also has a diving board).
Review submitted by sue from london (Submitted: 1 Jul 2008)
Our only disappointment was that the spa was not working for the whole week and was one of the advertised amenities that drew us to chosing the trullo. However, the property and area were so beautiful we were exceedingly happy with our choice and dint want to come home. The drive up to the villa was along a narrow , bumpy, undulating, walled road with a final steep appoach, so not good for a non confident driver, but it was worth it.