Design and authenticity
Masseria Dagilupi is located in Puglia, between the Adriatic Sea and Ostuni nicknamed the White City, amidst 400 or so centuries-old olive trees.
Originally it was a dilapidated oil mill, which was renovated in 2018 in association with a local architect, respecting both the history and architecture, with Danielle and Jean-Louis, the French owners originally from Alsace. As passionate individuals, they have created a place that is perfectly blended into its surroundings, exuding a charming and relaxing atmosphere. The old stone walls have been preserved as much as possible in a traditional style that gives the house a contemporary and minimalist design that bridges together old and modern. The pure white decoration, accented with splashes of color, enhances the whitewashed walls, vaulted ceilings, and alcoves.
The Masseria has three spacious comfortable suites, each one unique and with its own history. The Limoni and Ulivo suites are located on the garden floor with direct access to the olive grove, while the 70 sqm Ostuni suite is located on the first floor and features a large terrace offering an exceptional view over the olive groves and the Ostuni foothills. In each room you will find Society bed linens, Paola Lenti Italian design furniture, Davide Groppi and Floss lighting fixtures, along with miscellaneous decorative objects that adorn each suite with refinement and style. Each suite has a bathroom with an Italian shower (the Ostuni Suite also has an Agape free-standing bathtub designed by Patricia Urquiola), and Grown Alchemist toiletries.
Sweet and savory breakfasts are prepared daily with local products. To relax and unwind, yoga classes, holistic courses and massages are offered.
Masseria Dagilupi is the ideal spot to discover the Apulia region.
We love Masseria Dagilupi for:
3 large suites
In the middle of 400 olive trees
In the heart of Puglia
Masseria Dagilupi produces its own extra virgin olive oil
Double room from 150 € per night during low season.