This holiday home for 2+1 guests is composed of doubleroom, bathroom, kitchen and living/dining room with bed and bed-sofa.
The renovations and restores have preserved the natural beauty of these old stone dwellings, respecting the trulli architectural style and the original plant of the property. Thick walls provides a cool environment even in hot season so that you could enjoy the relax and peace of the countryside. The Arte Povera style with wrought iron furnitures, the famous ceramics of Grottaglie and the original drapes make these old rural homes elegants and comfortables.
A brief history description ...
The name of this dwelling is owed for the presence of this typical architectural element called "Lámia". This kind of build often present in the farmhouse hasn't a cone roof as the traditional Trulli, even if it's howewer a dry stone building. Originally it was a little chapel used by the farmer community.