We stayed in Trullo #5, which is literally two doors from the main pedestrian tourist street in Alberobello. It was convenient to everything and still quiet, since there are no vehicles in the area. The home was beautifully appointed, with a little kitchen, dining table, two beds and a handicapped accessible bathroom. The trullo has a nice little patio in the back and really lovely lighting touches. Like the well in the bedroom that is lit from inside. (The owner said it was the bedroom he shared with his brother growing up and that they actually used the well when he was a kid.)
When we arrived, we got to have a limoncello tasting (and wine, and crackers, and cookies and...) at the owner's store a few steps from our trullo. It was so much fun. Francesca poured flavor after flavor and kept plying us with treat after treat. Unlike most tastings we went to in Southern Italy, we felt absolutely NO pressure to buy anything. We did buy a few things but it was because we wanted to, not because we felt compelled to. Francesca just made it so much fun to keep trying new flavors.
You couldn't ask for a better location in Alberobello. The trullo is just beautiful inside. Because of the low door frames, I'd have to say I was considerably happier with the trullo than my husband was. But I think this would be an issue in any trullo. If you are very tall, you will just have to be careful in the interiors of Alberobello.
There did seem to be a few issues with the wifi - mostly with passwords being reset or something. Anna, the receptionist who staffed the office a few doors away, was so helpful. She actually walked over to the trullo with us to make sure we were ok with getting the wifi set up on our phones. We had dealings with four different staff members for the B&B and every one of them was genuine, personable and accommodating.
I would say breakfast was acceptable; there is a little coffee shop on the corner that serves breakfast to guests of Trulli e Puglia. Of the four places we stayed on this trip, the breakfasts here were probably the most simple.
A couple of words on safety. My husband is tall and the doors in the trullo are short. On several occasions, he bonked his head on doorframes. More importantly, there is no shower surround in the bathroom. (This is part of the handicapped accessibility setup.) The morning that my husband took the second shower, he didn't use the floor mat to dry the floor and sloped entrance ramp. Then a few minutes later, he went back into the bathroom and slipped on the sloped floor and fell down quite hard. It's really lucky that he didn't get seriously hurt. There isn't any problem with the bathroom setup AS LONG AS YOU DRY THE FLOOR AFTER YOU SHOWER.