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Palazzo Altieri (440)

Ancient residence Palazzo Altieri (440) Gagliano del Capo 6

Layout:
3 double bedrooms, 2 bathroom with shower (one of which with bathtub), 1 toilet

Ancient residence in the heart of the historic center of Gagliano del Capo (4 km away from Santa Maria di Leuca), restored keeping the original architecture and materials while at the same time enhancing them with a beautiful interior décor featuring also a collection of contemporary art pieces by some famous national and international artists.

Layout:
A large entrance portal leads to an impressive arcade cloister. Walking further, past a second portal, one enters a "secret” orange grove with a small pavilion at its centre (so called “kaffehaus”), decorated with frescoes. Next to it, there is an outdoor dining area equipped with an 8m long monolithic table.
Going backwards to the cloister, a few steps lead up under a portico, where there is the entrance to the house. A large hall featuring a XVII century altar and a contemporary art installation welcomes the visitors and serves as passageway to all other rooms of the house: on the right, there is a small double bedroom with a door opening onto the portico and the cloister; straight on there are the dining room and the kitchen; on the left, a large and bright living room furnished with sofas and armchairs. From here, there is way to two large double bedrooms each with en-suite bathroom (one with bathtub/shower and the other with shower).

FIY: the small double bedroom does not have a private bathroom, so it makes use of the one (without shower) accessible from the dining room. The dining room also gives outside onto a nice pergola, equipped with a dining table and an outdoor shower corner.

Amenities: heating in all rooms, fans; washing machine, dishwasher; oven; hairdryer; Wi-Fi; barbecue; outdoor shower.

Weekly rates include: consumption of water, gas and electricity (up to a maximum of 150 kWh per week; overconsumption charged at 0,32 € per kWh); bed and bathroom linen; housekeeping for 4 hours twice a week. On request, further cleaning service at € 9,00 per hour. The final cleaning fee is not included in the weekly rates, and amounts to € 100.00. Pets are not allowed.

DISTANCES:
Sea: rocky coves provided with flat platform for an easy plunge in the turquoise water, at 2,9 km (in the locality of Ponte Ciolo); sea resorts in Santa Maria di Leuca, at 7,5 km; large and long sandy beaches in the locality of Pescoluse, known as “the Maldives”, at 12 km.
Town centre with shopping facilities: 200 m
Acaya Golf Club (18 holes): 60 km
Santa Maria di Leuca (de Finibus Terrae): 7,5 km
Otranto (renowned for its beautiful Cathedral and beaches): 40 km
Gallipoli (the last outpost of the Magna Grecia): 43 km
Lecce (the capital of the Baroque): 60 km
Brindisi (airport): 99 km
Bari (airport): 215 km

period weekly prices (€)
From 07/10/2017 to 16/12/2017 830,00 Euro
From 16/12/2017 to 30/12/2017 1630,00 Euro
From 24/03/2018 to 28/04/2018 920,00 Euro
From 28/04/2018 to 26/05/2018 1150,00 Euro
From 26/05/2018 to 30/06/2018 1630,00 Euro
From 30/06/2018 to 28/07/2018 2330,00 Euro
From 28/07/2018 to 25/08/2018 2910,00 Euro
From 25/08/2018 to 01/09/2018 2330,00 Euro
From 01/09/2018 to 22/09/2018 1630,00 Euro
From 22/09/2018 to 06/10/2018 1150,00 Euro
From 06/10/2018 to 15/12/2018 830,00 Euro
From 15/12/2018 to 29/12/2018 1630,00 Euro
* Prices for 2018 are not definitive and may change

Weekly rates include: consumption of water, gas and electricity (up to a maximum of 150 kWh per week; overconsumption charged at 0,32 € per kWh); bed and bathroom linen; housekeeping for 4 hours twice a week. On request, further cleaning service at € 9,00 per hour. The final cleaning fee is not included in the weekly rates, and amounts to € 100.00. Pets are not allowed.

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