prov.le 106 Gioia Putignano, km 6, 70023 Gioia del Colle (Bari)
Ciavea farm is a farm where the owners raise cattle and cultivate forages, cereals, almonds, olives and cherry. Come and stay on a real family farm run by Angelo, Marisa and their son Vincenzo. Enjoy the carefully renovated traditional stone farmhouse dating back to the 17th century and the authentic Puglian cusine using organic products from the farm including: milk, olives, almonds, cherries, lemons, and fresh vegetables from the garden. Choose between bed and breakfast, and half-board."
Ciavea farm is the result of several phases of construction; the ground floor features rooms with vaulted stone, its construction dates back to the 17th century, while the first floor was built in the early part of 1800 and in 1883, as inscriptions on the main balcony show.
Carefully renovated, respecting the original architecture, Ciavea Farm has six rooms, all equipped with private bathroom and air conditioning.
Inside the farmhouse it is possible for kids and school groups to join or organize teaching farm activities to learn about the farm activities and products. Its location makes it easy for the guests to reach attractions such as Putignano, Castellana Grotte, Polignano, Monopoli, Alberobello, Locorotondo, Martinafranca, Altamura, Gravina and the famous and strikingly beautiful city of Matera.
|Board type||Per night||Per W-E (2 Nights)||Per week||The rate indicated is|
|Bed & Breakfast|
the hosts are magnificent and let us feel at home.
very good dinner
What a warm welcome in this typical accommodation in Puglia. Marisa Angelo, Vincenzo, thank you for letting us discover your Masseria so well renovated, have been keen to make us taste the local products (most of which comes from the property), cooked with skill and respect for tradition by Marisa. Thank you to Angelo for his effort to explain in detail (in French) the composition of all meals, with all the details of the manufacturing ... There have been many throughout this week, including demonstration in front of us mozzarella "knots". We highly recommend this essential stop quiet and also good location to visit Puglia, to all those in search of conviviality, authenticity, family and traditional cuisine. Hello in passing to the youngest of the family, Nino. Danielle Vincent, Marie-Ange and Jean-Marie. September 2016
(Translated with Google Translate)
We are a couple, Antonello and Rossana, who spent the last weekend of April 25th. Once in the farm Saturday, April 23 in the late evening, we immediately found a friendly welcome by Angelo and Marisa owners that put us at ease bluntly though were affacendati in serving dinner to other customers in the room. Angelo has taken to our room there is, nothing short of wonderful, great, all in pale stone that houses a wrought iron bed comfortable and colorful placed under a large arch, which in turn rests her hips above the other four arches, all attention to every detail with stone benches and tables to support their belongings. The bathroom also placed in the room is very nice and kept in every detail with an impeccable cleanliness so that talking to my companion said, surely this structure will have been built recently and little used. Instead in the days to follow, as he talked with Angelo told us that they had guests for about five years (for so guess what we take to keep it unchanged). The next morning at breakfast they delighted us with products prepared on site and I can tell you that especially the yogurt they produce is delicious but is not the only one who has left us amazed. What to tell the lunch .... you have to try it all prepared by Marisa who is a superlative chef and served by Angelo and the sympathetic Vincenzo, their son, a very young boy and shy but loves what he does and how his dad every detail on the product and the history of the farm. What to say to these people so genuine? We will definitely come back because you have made us feel good despite the bad weather and then the mozzarella so exquisite made at the time where we find them if not from you?
(Translated with Google Translate)