We were terribly disappointed of how the exterior of the house looked, as it was not a trullo, more like a normal white stone house that you could have wherever in Southern Europe. You could hardly see that there was a small trullo roof, it looked just a house and was almost the only building in the area like that. Inside it was okay but the trullo roof was covered with a wooden panel which basically hide the whole trullo roof, so you could only feel like being in a trullo when sleeping in the bedroom, otherwise the feeling was just like in a stone house. When walking around we saw some other accommodations of the same Company and they were real trullos, so we were really sad. We planned the trip very carefully with many alternatives and picked this for the good reviews, so were disappointed that the house did not match with the pictures of the webside at all. The café for having breakfast was quite far. When coming in for the night the electricity of our accommodation did not switch on, so we sat in the darkness. We had to call the owner who asked me to do something in the cabinet for electricity, which we could not understand as he spoke not good English. Then he drove to our house and did something to get the electricity on. So in total the trullo experience that we were supposed to get was not very nice. The accommodation was too modern to get a real trullo feeling, we would expect a little more original, not like a hotel room. Many shops and restaurants were closed for winter and also most of the trullo tourist shops were closed.
The owner fetched us next Morning with his car to the breakfast cause we wanted to leave the luggage in the reception for the day.