Adapted farmhouse 13th century
• Adapted farmhouse 13th century,
Italy. Rayonchik Apulia. Where vineyards alternate with olive groves. And the village, the village, the village ... In the last 7 centuries who are just not wanted to conquer the plains - the Byzantines, Greeks, Romans, Normans, Turks and Spaniards. But small houses made of limestone with conical roofs miraculously survived.
Now, when there is a thirst to all authentic, doing excellent business in these houses survived.
above - restored Trullo (so called these little houses). Here - as yet untouched original.
July and August - the peak of the season. The rent is 650 euros / night.
Of course, young people are not affordable rates. The owner made a bid for a clientele of wealthy retirees. And there is a reason: because Europe is aging rapidly, in the next 20-30 years, a small stream of travelers, old people can turn to the whole river.
The situation restrained and ascetic.
Bed under the medieval arched vaults. Most likely, there is kept cool and without air conditioning.
For entertainment there is a circle of "Prepare yourself."
In the kitchen, the walls of their 600-700 years have seen a lot.
The complex looks romantic in the night.
In homes with a history has many mysteries. Of course, expensive. But if the chain hotel tears up the same rate for a faceless number, the history and nature is not so pitiful pay