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  • £108

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    Trulli Zone, Alberobello (0.1 miles from Trullo Church of St. Anthony)

    9.9 Exceptional 180 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, EnjoyTrulli is located in typical Trullo stone house building in the centre of Alberobello.

    "The room was marvelous and the breakfast was very well done by a very nice owner. The interior of our room was one of the most interesting and exceptional, that we have seen in many travels. It was historically interesting to see how people were living in the days when these Trulli were built. The whole experience was different, enjoyable and enlightening."

    Rex. USA
  • £144

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    Alberobello (0.2 miles from Trullo Church of St. Anthony)

    9.9 Exceptional 125 reviews
    Description Set in Alberobello, Astra offers an original Trullo hut with a garden, free WiFi and exposed stone walls. It is within a 5-minute walk radius of Trullo Sovrano and Trullo Church of St. Anthony.

    "The trullo space is bigger than any others. Bed is very comfortable. The house is beautifully decorated with vintage furnitures and home decor, and you can tell the owner has very good taste and spent a lot of time on it. Super clean environment with amazing breakfast by Anna Maria and his husband! They are very friendly and welcoming, which make us feel like home. Don’t doubt when you are about to make a booking. Astra is definitely a perfect place to stay in Alberobello and you will never regret."

    Rie. Malaysia
  • £100

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    Trulli Aria di Casa
    9.8 Exceptional 124 reviews

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    Description Trulli Aria di Casa offers unique accommodation in different trulli, the traditional Apulian dwellings, in the historical heart of Alberobello.

    "The owner, Isabella was very friendly and helpful and spoke excellent English having lived in England. It was a bonus to get breakfast vouchers."

    Sheila. United Kingdom
  • £115

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    Palazzo Scotto
    9.7 Exceptional 128 reviews
    Description Set in a historical building, Palazzo Scotto is located in the centre of Alberobello. It features a rooftop terrace with hot tub and sun loungers. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property.

    "Excellent first class hotel!Room was so stylish,beautifully decorated,very clean,private terrace with view over the trulli was perfect!Very friendly and welcoming staff!"

    Tatiana. Belarus
  • £135

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    Romantic Trulli
    9.7 Exceptional 511 reviews
    Description Situated in Alberobello, Romantic Trulli offers air-conditioned apartments set in typical Trulli stone buildings. A sweet and savoury breakfast is provided daily.

    "Great taste of decorations and cleanliness. Very nicely done. Beautiful."

    J&K. Japan
  • Grandi Trulli Bed & Breakfast

    Trulli Zone, Alberobello (0.1 miles from Trullo Church of St. Anthony)

    9.7 Exceptional 210 reviews
    Description Featuring a garden and a terrace, Grandi Trulli Bed & Breakfast is located in Alberobello, a 2-minute walk from Trullo Church of St. Anthony. The property is set 800 metres from Trullo Sovrano.

    "The accommodation was everything we had anticipated and more, the character of the place, the location great and the breakfast delicious! Our hosts upon arrival were extremely helpful regarding restaurants..."

    Iran. New Zealand

Other attractions near Trullo Church of St. Anthony

Church of Sant'Antonio da Padova
This unusual church takes its architectural inspiration from Puglia’s traditional ‘trulli’ houses and their conical roofs. Only this isn’t a single-story dwelling for humble farmers – it’s a gleaming 20th-century church with multiple trulli-style towers poking out from the whitewashed façade. Inside, the pristine sheen of the walls serves as a contrast to the colourful fresco of Christ on the cross.