Romantic luxury, fine cuisine and delightful gardens
Originally built as a watchtower to warn against Saracen raids in the 15th century, then converted into a masseria or country farmhouse, this luxury hotel has been further transformed into a tranquil heaven, cleverly retaining much of its original identity. Located midway between Bari and Brindisi, approximately 60km from both cities, Masseria San Domenico is 700m from the sandy beach where, in high season, guests can enjoy a privately reserved area.
Beautiful, romantic guest rooms with white walls, marble floors, period furniture and colourful drapes, boast lovely views of the courtyard or the delightful gardens.
Breakfasts are lavish, lunches are enviable poolside buffets and, in the evenings, delicious Pugliese cuisine is served with a fine selection of regional wines in the elegant restaurant.
The magnificent swimming pool is surrounded by olive trees and orchards, and there are tennis courts, a gym, and an 18-hole golf course close by.
For pure relaxation, the spa offers numerous thalassotherapy treatments.
This hotel is only suitable for adults and does not allow children under the age of 12 years.
This hotel is participating in Classic's loyalty scheme.
Not all facilities are complimentary and are subject to seasonal demand.
Book before 15 March 2021 for discounts on stays between 25 March 2021 & 09 April 2021 , 14 April 2021 & 30 May 2021 and 01 September 2021 & 31 December 2021Request a quote
For selected stays between 04 July 2020 & 23 December 2020 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
For selected stays between 25 March 2021 & 23 December 2021 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
Complimentary Prosecco, flowers and fruit in room on arrival. for bookings made between 04 July 2020 and 07 January 2021 and arrivals between 04 July 2020 and 07 January 2021. Prices apply to all rooms.Request a quote
Just a few miles to the white-washed villages of Puglia where Locorotondo and Martina Franco sit astride the last remnants of the southern Appenines