Antica Masseria Pescu

Antica Masseria Pescu

Presicce (Lecce)

Con.da Peschio s.n.

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Surrounded by an oak forest, the farmhouse from the 1700s looks out from the ancient village of Presicce, in the heart of Salento. The structure enjoys peace and quiet, even in the high tourist season, and offers lodging in extremely elegant rooms and apartments.

Relaxation and fun in the panoramic swimming pool, a stable and relaxing oasis in the woods, and also offers covered parking. Warm hospitality and many suggestions for an interesting holiday.

Accommodation Antica Masseria Pescu

The farmhouse, built in the 1700s on the Murgia (hill), which overlooks the town of Presicce, is composed of a central "L" shaped building where the owners live, and where 6 spacious rooms were derived from old stables. The ceilings are all vaulted and the walls are quite thick, in order to ensure coolness in the summer and warmth in the winter. The rooms, equipped with every comfort (TV, refrigerator, air conditioning, bathroom with shower, hairdryer), are furnished with simplicity, without neglecting our taste for craftsman wood furniture, a carpet knotted by hand or a canvass; silence and relaxation are guaranteed in these rooms (king-size bed with an orthopaedic mattress). Each room has a private entrance and outside covered patio, equipped with table and chairs, from which you can enjoy a beautiful, panoramic view.
The area is always pleasantly ventilated (which also limits the mosquito population in the summer).

In front of the main building of the farmhouse, in a panoramic position at the top of the slope, is the swimming pool (about 100mq), equipped with beds, tables and chairs: a small gazebo offers shelter when the sun is too strong; those who love the shade can take refuge in the relaxing oasis in the woods, among live oaks and carob trees. From the main building of the farm, descending the short slope among the Indian figs, agaves and shrub bushes, you will reach the stables and the paddock, alongside a building originally used to manufacture tobacco building in which a one room and two apartments with  two bedrooms (LODGES) have been derived.
The lodges are furnished in the same style of the farm-house and have a complete equipped cooking area, an external equipped veranda and a stone built barbecue.

Finally, at the edge of the forest, an ancient building (probably dating back to the fourteenth century) above the underground oil mill, dug into the rock by hand, witnessed the production and processing of olive oil.

In the building and its immediate vicinity, also available to guests: bicycles, tennis courts, a football field, bocce court and diving centre. There is the possibility of horseback riding, sailboat and motorboat rental, and excursions to the semi-submersed caves.

In a very short amount of time, you can reach important tourist attractions from the farmhouse such as: Lecce (the Florence of the South) at 60 km; Otranto (the Gate to the Orient) at 30 km; Gallipoli (the beautiful city) a 30 km; Leuca (the white city) at 12 km.

Salento, with its crystalline sea (200km of sandy, jagged coastline) and 100 towns, offers history, art, tradition and hospitality. For those who want to know or learn these aspects, the structure offers 10 itineraries to choose from: archaeological, focusing on the traces of Messapian civilization and the megalithism of Salento; naturalist, with cycling paths, excursions on horseback or on foot among the olive trees; enogastronomic, with tasting events for wine, oil and typical food products; artisan, along the streets of ceramics, Lecce stone and iron, or visiting the historical centres for cartapesta (paper mache), handcrafted weaving, and "fisculari" (interwoven rope panels); cultural-artistic, with the medieval and baroque architecture of Lecce; rural, discovering the farm culture and typical rural architecture in dry stone; folkloric, with its markets, village festivals, religious and pagan celebrations, and overwhelming popular music; olive oil, with the underground mills of the Basilium's monks; coastal, with the cliffs, caves and warning towers; thermal bath, with a visit to the thermal baths of S. Cesarea and finally, the speleological itinerary, with the caves, vertical caves and underground rivers.

Type: Castle and Historical Residence
Setting: Hills, Village, Seaside
Accommodation: Suite Flat
Type of accommodation:
  • Room only
  • Bed & Breakfast
Beds: 17
Closed: January 1 - April 23, October 31 - December 31
  • Swimming pool
  • Television
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning