Masseria San Domenico
Masseria San Domenico offers boutique-style intimacy bound with first class facilities
Accepts Single-Use Cards
Strada Litoranea 379, Brindisi, 13 72010 Italy
Making full use of the landscape, the resort boasts a scenic 18-hole golf course (3 km away), a free-form saltwater swimming pool and two tennis courts. Inside the stone rooms and arched corridors lie a handful of dining options and 40 guest rooms and suites.
The resort is open March through December.
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Facilities & AmenitiesIt's tempting to stay on the grounds of the Masseria San Domenico: The 18-hole San Domenico Golf Ccourse, outdoor saltwater swimming pool, tennis courts and stretches of hiking trails, beach and olive groves provide scenic diversions and quiet sanctuary. But an impressive list of historic cathedrals, baroque monuments, castles and museums renowned in Italy's Puglia region are just outside the resort's perimeter. In nearby Brindisi, visitors can walk through the archaeological museum, view an ancient set of Roman columns or visit Ostuni, known as the white city for its white walls and white-painted architecture. Close to Fasano, another of the area's whitewashed towns, cave dwellings have been found. Near the town of Bari sits the medieval Castel del Monte, which was erected by Emperor Frederick in the thirteenth century; shopping is also a popular pastime in Bari. Outdoor aficionados may also enjoy horseback riding and deep sea fishing in the area.
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Rooms & DiningThe 40 guest rooms and suites of Masseria San Domenico are fashioned with charming Italian countryside decor, pulling from a palate of jewel tones and whites. Accommodations come equipped with home-away-from-home essentials, such as satellite TV, DVD players, WiFi and mini bars, and offer views of the surrounding olive groves, gardens and courtyard.
The lauded San Domenico restaurant serves regional specialties accompanied by a wide selection of local wines. Much of the olive oil and produce used in the kitchen are grown on Masseria San Domenico's land, and fresh fish and shellfish come from the nearby Adriatic coast. The Italianate restaurant is housed in an atmospheric vaulted dining room dating back to the 1700s. Vegetarian and Celiac diets can also be accommodated.