Mantatelurè

Mantatelurè, in Lecce, is named after an expression in the local dialect of Salento that means “the king’s blanket”. The two owners restored this historical building – a 1500s’ palace in the heart of Apulia’s capital of Baroque style – and transformed it into a place where their guests can spend a regal holiday, immersed in the traditions, flavors and colors of this ancient, noble land.

An exclusive home away from home. Where you will feel like the king of the castle.

Photos via:
http://www.mantatelure.it

Mantatelurè

Lecce
Via V. dei Prioli, 42
+39 0832 24 28 88 +39 327 19 11 030
+39 0832 24 28 64

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