Masseria Terra Dei Padri
Address: S.P. 101 per Cellino San Marco Km 1,6, Campi Salentina, Italy
The Masseria Terra Dei Padri is in the heart of the Salento peninsula. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free internet, private bathroom, and Sky LCD TV. It is set among olive groves and has a bar and restaurant.The rooms and suites at the Terra Dei Padri are decorated with Lecce stone and have real fireplaces. Some include a terrace.The Masseria's restaurant serves both local and classic Italian dishes. It also provides wine from the estate's own vineyards, including a complimentary bottle for guests on arrival.The hotel is just a 10-minute drive from Lecce and a 30-minute drive from Brindisi. Parking is free.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Restaurant|
|• Bar||• 24-Hour Front Desk|
|• Newspapers||• Garden|
|• Terrace||• Non-Smoking Rooms|
|• Rooms/Facilities for Disabled||• Family Rooms|
|• Free Parking||• Safety Deposit Box|
|• Soundproofed Rooms||• Heating|
|• Luggage Storage||• Breakfast Buffet|
|• Library||• Cycling|
|• Room Service||• Meeting/Banquet Facilities|
|• Breakfast in the Room||• Bridal Suite|
|• Internet Services||• Bicycle Rental|
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The 4-star Hotel Masseria Terra dei Padri arises in the heart of the Salento countryside, on the road linking Campi Salentina to the well-know Cellino San Marco, set in a wide estate immersed in vineyards and olive trees in the typical vegetation of the “Macchia Mediterranea” area.This new charming relais offers amenities and comfort for a pleasant and relaxing holiday but also the elegance and the sophistication for ceremonies and banquets in a typical and fascinating scenario.The Masseria was built on an estate of over 300 acres, among vineyards, olive trees and cornfields where our guests can ride cycling routes and possibly participate in the processes of collecting and processing the grapes, oil and wheat harvest. We’re also planning workshops for baking typical Salento bread and pizza in a very old oven lined with a special stoneContent provided courtesy of the property. The property is solely responsible for the accuracy of the information provided.