Giacomo had this old masseria, located in the historical centre of the city of Lecce, entirely restored. Transformed with great refinement into a luxurious mansion- hotel, it was inaugurated in 2015.
Inside, fifteen spacious rooms and the three more recent Suites à côté welcome the hotel’s guests to its exquisite elegance, enhanced by vaulted ceilings, the distinctive honey-colour of Lecce’s limestone, and numerous works of art.
In its large garden, sheltered by the old walls that surround it, orange trees and centenary olive trees provide shade for the bar, the linear swimming pool and the sculptures of the two French artists who loved Antonia and were loved by her, René Letourneur and Jacques Zwobada.
The restaurant serves elevated interpretations of cucina povera, which can be eaten in the elegant main dining rooms or alfresco amid the olive and orange trees in the hotel’s walled garden.
The Hotel bar Enzo is the perfect lounge area in which to spend some time before or after any lunch or dinner. Here you’ll find an ample choice of wines, cocktails and liquors.