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Masseria Brigantino

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While travelling along the roads of Puglia it’s easy to come across some big farm-houses that come out from century old olive trees’ crowns or vineyard rows: these are the “masserie”. These buildings were deputed for various scopes, already existing during roman times, developed with the Lombards and then became private entrepreneurial activities around the XVII century A.C. The masserie have had different vocations along the centuries, which have characterized and made each of them a unique and unrepeatable example in our agricultural landscape. Masseria Brigantino is all of this. Its history begins with a cave settlement founded by Basilian monks in the VI-VIII century A.C., used afterwards as an underground olive oil mill. The masseria was built on these settlements that in the XVII century A.C. became a resting place for elderly priests and a hermitage place to be used later on as a safe place by brigands (that’s why “Brigantino”) thanks to several caves that surround the property. Even if in the last centuries it was a holiday resort for a noble Neapolitan family, it kept its agricultural production of olive oil, cotton, wheat and citruses like some local evidences say.On the property, recently acquired by a local family, a conservation intervention has been done by local artisans and techniques only by using stones, wood and wrought iron that have allowed to recover the masseria keeping its original soul and aspect. Currently Masseria Brigantino, located close to the small neighborhood of “Torre Spaccata”, is a vintage accommodation, surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, groves of reeds, carob trees and olive groves facing the Adriatic sea, which still maintains its agricultural vocation.
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We had an amazing visit to this family owned Masseria. If you are looking for an authentic, relaxing, and beautiful masseria - look no further. The breakfasts were divine and the 2 dinners were also lovely. The Olive Oil was out of this world and the staff were full of
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Just returned from our stay at the Masseria and can’t say enough good things things about Rosangela and her staff and the place itself. Was given a guided tour when we arrived after entering through the long drive and what a beautiful place, our room was huge, well decorated,
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We have had an excellent stay at the Masseria. Rosangela is very friendly and helpful. Our room was lovely and large and the Masseria is in an idyllic setting. It is beautifully restored and all the staff are very welcoming and helpful. We would thoroughly recommend staying here
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Arriving at Masseria Brigantino gave us an instant " waauww" feeling: an ancient farmhouse surrounded by thousands of old olive trees. The masseria has been renovated with a lot of respect for its past; all the little details fit in perfectly. Our room was spacious and
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Had a week here in June 2017 with friends. Faultless. It's just spectacular all round. Rosa and her staff just cannot do enough to help. Even bringing her mum's canapés down to us poolside. Great Limoncellos with Rosa after evenings out. Great meal in and then a tour round the
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Response from Rosangela N, Proprietario at Masseria Brigantino
Responded 25 Aug 2017
Ciao Dottore!!! Thanks for your great review. I hope to see you and your fun friends again... ;-) . Ciao a tutti!!! Rosangela
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On the pictures I see photos of 2 swimmingpools... are they both part of the B&B?
No, the pool excavated in the stone is from the masseria brigantino and was built two years ago. The other you see in the photos is 2km away and it's in my private home that until two years ago was also for the guests. Now that it was built in the masseria is no longer used
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Si possono festeggiare anche matrimoni?
Non saprei , non avendo la cucina ma contatti la proprietaria che è molto gentile e disponibile! Numero sul sito
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