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Lama di Luna - Biomasseria
Ranked #4 of 27 Andria B&B and Inns
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Hong Kong, China
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7 reviews
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“Beautiful, relaxing and just what we wanted!”
Reviewed 2 November 2011

Lama di Luna - what a fantastic place, the suite (Room 1) was amazing - thank you for that surprise - never had a Jacuzzi and steam room in a room before.
The views were breathtaking - olive groves and vineyards as far as the eye could see! The owner was very helpful throughout our trip recommending excellent restaurants to visit nearby. We spent 5 nights here on the first part of our honeymoon. You do need a car as it is in the middle of nowhere but this is what we wanted. We loved that Puglia is a place that has not been grabbed by the "easy jet" or "ryan air" market. We would go back to this special part of Italy time and time again.

Room Tip: Room 1 has the jacuzzi and steam room!
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  • Stayed September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Prague, Czech Republic
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11 reviews
4 hotel reviews
Reviewed 7 September 2011

We stayed 2 weeks in this great masseria and had a wonderful time. The room was nice, dark (for sleep), calm and spacious. The food was very good. The swimming pool was cold but thought we liked it (our daughter spent nearly the day inside), it was refreshing. You have a very nice view from the pool. You can do a lot of nice trips to the coast and the beautiful cities around. The owner of the masseria and his sons gave us good tips for trips and restaurant and were allways ready to help us. The stuff was lovely. We will come back.

  • Stayed July 2011, travelled with family
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london
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114 reviews
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Reviewed 1 September 2011

What could be better than exploring sundrenched white towns on the Puglian coast such as Trani and then returning to Lama di Luna to soak in its wonderful pool? The farmhouse (but unlike a British farmhouse) is rustic but more than comfortable. Our room was cool and large with an adequate bathroom.
Dinner with the lovely setting is fine (though eat out one night of your stay) but breakfast is a little disappointing.
This is a special place to stay.

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Dublin, Ireland
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33 reviews
22 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 30 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 August 2011

Lama di Luna has some lovely accommodation and a great pool. It’s location is in an old farmhouse in the middle of the countryside. Very charming but without a town on your doorstep. Service is good and Pietro (the proud owner) is charming and will give you a nice itinerary for things to do in the area. You need a car and you need to be prepared to travel 30 minutes to the nearest reasonable size town. We found a number of charming towns within that distance and really enjoyed Trani in particular. Dinner on the terrace was very pleasant. It’s a buffet with home cooked anti pasta barbequed meats and there was plenty of food. I’d definitely recommend it if you are looking for somewhere quiet and laid back to relax.

  • Stayed July 2011, travelled with family
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Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 1 August 2011

Incredibly charming place,
We have had such a memorable relaxing 3 days at Lama di Luna.
First of all the view is breathtaking, located in the middle of fields of olive trees and grapes where I recommend you to have a walk, the view reaches the nearby seaside and Gargano.
The owner Pietro and his son are charming, they will give you many tips regarding local visiting and restaurants... but don't miss dinner at the masseria, all tipical local products, excellent and healthy cooking, and delicious cookies and desert.
And don't hesitate to ask about how the biomasseria works, Pietro will explain you all the processes and hints with passion and pride.
Unforgettable the relaxing moments around the swimming pool.... but even when some rain arrived on the third day the welcoming rooms made us feel home and cosi!
Magic moments for countryside lovers... going home with a total wellness feeling.

Stayed July 2011, travelled with friends
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London
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Reviewed 29 July 2011

My boyfriend and I stayed at Lama di Luna for 3 days in mid-July as a holiday bolt-on to a business trip.

Positives:
The farm is located in the area of great natural beauty. The eye rests looking at the pretty green hills and valleys
The swimming pool is nice and refreshing if you don’t mind the bees that come to drink the water (If you don’t touch them, they won’t touch you). I know some people commented on the lack of umbrellas but we didn’t think it was an issue as the olive trees provide shade.
The room was quiet and cool. We had a little gecko as a guest, very cute. The farm house has a lot of character and charm. It has been restored very well and has a rustic feel.
The very proud owner Pietro tries to ensure his guests feel welcome. There is not much to do at this place so if you want to have a relaxing few days in simple yet naturally beautiful surroundings you would love Lama di Luna.

Negatives:
- You must have a car if you stay at this hotel as you will need to travel to get food for yourself. We didn’t as we were only staying for 3 days and just took a taxi to the hotel hoping for pure relaxation. It definitely caused us some stress.
- Your breakfast and dinner (although for the 2 nights we stayed there was no dinner) are served in a separate Veranda building and are prepared by the owner and his staff of 2. The two staff do not speak English beyond very basic level. Breakfast is bruschetta with tomato and olive oil and cheese. I think there was some fruit as well and that was it. There is no lunch served and most guests go out to get their own food from elsewhere. Not having a car meant that we frequently went hungry not knowing when the next meal would be as we had to rely on the owner’s mercy to feed us…with some more tomato and cheese. Be warned that the owner doesn’t cook dinner every day and would probably send you to a neighbouring restaurant. I had a feeling the neighbouring restaurant relies on guests from Lama di Luna and they may even have some agreement. (Do not order meat at this restaurant as it’s really quite badly cooked. They do not serve fish as being 40km from the sea they think they are too far.) I suppose I felt somewhat misled by the hotel’s website. I was expecting to eat fresh produce from the farm but instead ate pretty much exclusively cheese for 3 days.
- Generally, whenever we had an issue we had to find the owner (not always easy as he leaves the farm during the day) to have it resolved. Lama di Luna 2 employees do not have authority to do things outside of their very narrow remit (For example, we had to fight to get them to open the Veranda on our last day. We already checked out but our flight was much later in the evening and we were looking for some respite from the heat). On the positive side, once found the owner was always very accommodating. A lot of the time we felt like a guest in someone’s house with all the social obligations that come with it but bearing in mind we were actually paying to stay there. They are definitely not a professionally run operation and I suppose some of the problems come from lack of owner’s desire to make it into one.

Can the place be run better? It would certainly be possible with some creative thinking along the lines of how to make guests feel better in different situations and introduction of a few simple luxuries. I hear they are thinking about creating a games room -- that would certainly be a plus. As it stands at the moment the place is vey basic.
I suppose the website doesn’t give a true picture of this place and it is difficult to know what to expect. I believe that if you go with the right expectations you will have a great time.

  • Stayed July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Los Angeles, California
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4 reviews
3 hotel reviews
Reviewed 26 June 2011

We had 2 magic nights here. I'd recommend this if you like out of the way, quiet and beautiful places. The rooms are very tasteful renovations of the original farm-workers' homes clustered around the farm courtyard. Service is friendly and low key. Although position is remote we found there were a lot of fascinating sights within an easy drive. MUST have a car and bathing suit recommended (they have a nice pool). Food was delicious and wholesome buffet. Nearby Antichi Sapori restaurant is unbelievably great.

Room Tip: must have a car and map. beware Italian GPS!
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  • Stayed June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Property: Lama di Luna - Biomasseria
Address: Contrada Lama di Luna | Località Montegrosso, 76123, Andria, Italy
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Region: Italy > Puglia > Province of Barletta-Andria-Trani > Andria
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #4 of 27 B&Bs / Inns in Andria
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:4 star — Lama di Luna - Biomasseria 4*
Number of rooms: 11
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
It is a farm of the 18th century inhabited by Coloni and Mezzadri, Farmers and Share-Croppers), now totally restructured after three years of minute work, with techniques of bio-architecture and feng-shui in the total respect of the place and its history; it is deep in 190 hectares of natural landscape, olive-groves, cherry orchards, almond groves and vineyards, all biologically cultivated and certified AIAB-ICEA. The guest-rooms are the old residence of the farmers; today they are spacious and bright,they all have a fireplace, they look on to the farmyard and they are provided with warm water and heating thanks to 48 solar panels; there are beds dating back to 1800 made with heart-wood of pine or olive-tree or brass-made, with natural latex mattress, unbleached cotton sheets and towels, olive-oil soaps; each detail has been meticulously studied to let the energy move on to permit the guests to feel the ancient flavours. ... more   less 
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