For us, nowhere has more exemplified the ideal rustic-chic Italian getaway than Masseria Moroseta. For the past three years, since we first covered it, we’ve pored over the whitewashed rooms, designed by architect Andrew Trotter, on a working olive oil farm, with low-key, white slipcovered sofas and windows looking out at an open courtyard.
Now we have another Italian getaway to dream about: Villa Castelluccio, Trotter’s latest, renovated in the countryside of Puglia, and soon available to rent via Moroseta Villas. Join us for a walk through.
Photography by Salva López and Marcelo Martinez, courtesy of Andrew Trotter.
More places to stay for an Italian getaway:
- Il Baciarino: An Off-the-Beaten Path Tuscan Retreat
- Steal This Look: A Summery Bedroom at Casa Privata in Italy
- A Romantic Monastery-Turned-Vacation Rental on the Amalfi Coast
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