Il Casale Padronale di Masseria Faraone, originally lived by Noble Families, owners of the land, during their summer retreats. Today, people from all over the world and of any religion, race, color, social status and gender are heartwarmingly welcome to experience a night in an authentic Apulian country home.
With antique paintings of religious saints embellishing the whitewashed walls, like the centered painting of Santi Cosma e Damiano, also known as physicians and there after Sainted as protectors for good health.
On a side note, in the month of september, the festivity of Santi Cosma e Damiano is celebrated in the UNESCO world heritage site town of Alberobello.
All objects and cultural artifacts descend from Apulian tradition and have been passed on from generation to generation. Now in exposition in the suites available at Masseria Faraone, re-creating a historic atmosphere.
The view of the vast countryside during spring time from the private terrace of the Casale Padronale Suite.
At Masseria Faraone an good italian breakfast is served outside in the historic courtyard, also known as "La Corte" an atrium that encloses the Casale Padronale and the Trulli dei Massari.
Every night, the sunsetting sky gifts us with unique pastel colored views, making it an unreal experience every time.
Also, did you know that just around the corner of Masseria Faraone we find the vineyards of "I Pastini"? Upon request (in advance) we can arrange a private tasting of their exquisite Apulian wines and tour of their well cared after vineyards.
Casale Padronale Faraone Suite may welcome up to 2 guests, in a spacious Master Bedroom with living Lounge and ensuite bathroom with shower.