Palazzo BevilacquaMuro Leccese, Puglia
Palazzo Bevilacqua is a stunning and elegant palazzo with internal garden home characterized by rustic charm and luxurious authenticity. Entirely renovated so to make it an enchanting residence in the middle of the town of Muro Leccese, just a short drive from the beautiful city of Lecce and 16 kilometres from Otranto. This town, which sits along the stunning Adriatic coast, has plenty to offer visitors. It is also close to both the Baroque town of Lecce and the sea, with easy access to many beautiful beaches in the area.
The property is built over two floors which can also be divided into four independent units if required. The bright and spacious interior has large glass doors with vaulted ceilings, typical of the Apulian architecture, connecting the indoors with the outdoors, in total, it sleeps 14 guests. The very generous living spaces and 6 beautiful bedrooms radiate a simple elegance and luxurious authenticity. Wherever you look you will find something special: modern paintings, beautiful furniture, an old stone bath or intimate niches. Highly recommend the chef dinner –car is recommended. The surrounding was very quiet and beautiful.
6 rooms / 14 people. Ground floor: one bedroom with a full ensuite bathroom. First floor: one double bedroom with full ensuite bathroom, one bedroom with three single beds with full ensuite bathroom. Independent tower: one double bedroom with full ensuite bathroom and outdoor heated shower on the terrace. In front of one double bedroom and one bedroom with three single beds that share one bathroom.
An oasis of style and relaxation just 100 meters from the main square of Muro Leccese. Five minutes walking from restaurants and pastry shops, fifteen minutes walking from supermarkets and 15 minutes by car from Otranto. Nice furnishings and a nice collection of works of art. Ancient building atmosphere but with modern comforts. Very large spaces for any taste.
Check-in: 16:00 - 20:00
Standard occupancy: 14
Max occupancy: 14
- Muro Leccese, Puglia