The Riposo del Vento B&B lays in the heart of Valle d’Itria, in the countryside of Casalini, hamlet of Cisternino: only a few kilometres from the sea and in a central position from the historical small towns of Ostuni, the ‘white town’, MartinaFranca, the ‘lady’, Alberobello, city of the trulli, declared world heritage by UNESCO, Locorotondo e Ceglie Messapica. Cities like Lecce, Bari, Brindisi and Taranto, are around an hour by car away.
The complex dates back to the 19th century, and is constituted by a mix of trulli and lamie, built in local stone. The Riposo del Vento B&B is placed in a big garden with ancient olive trees, pool and children's play, completely at the guests’ disposal. Here you’ll be able to work on your tan or take shelter in the shadow of the trees, reading a book, or idly swing in a hammock, immersed in the unique sounds of nature.
The trullo It’s a two bedrooms apartment, kitchen and a lounge loft with a sofa bed for 2 childrens. The bedrooms have all bathroom and independent entrance. It is for 4 adults or for 4 adults with 2 childrens. It has washing machine, equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, heating, tv LCD.
The lamia It’s a one-roomed flat for two, with private bathroom and kitchenette. It has equipped kitchenette, air-conditioning, heating, tv LCD. There are 5 lamia like that.
The Lamia Double: it is a two bedroom apartment with kichenette and bathroom, perfect for a family of four person. It has washing machine, equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, heating, tv LCD, barbecue.
All the apartments and studios have their own pergola.
The Riposo del Vento B&B has mountain bikes at the guests’ disposal, to travel around the countryside or the coast. They can be rented by the day or the week.
At the Riposo del Vento, we aren’t offering just a place to sleep, but also a fill of emotions..
You won’t just sleep in rooms furnished with natural materials, as wood, stone and linen, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the quiet of the garden, start the day with a genuine breakfast, do a cycle ride along the country roads, among olive groves, vineyards and stretches of little red tomatoes, sample a varied aperitif of local products while watching the sunset, when the light breeze recalls that even the wind decided to stop here…