Villas in Puglia

Villa Celeste

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Features:
    Private Pool

Villa Celeste

Villa Celeste was originally built as a holiday home by a wealthy family from Ostuni back in the 1700s, and has been carefully restored to preserve its original features. The ancient vaulted ceilings and stone floors are complemented by the luxurious furnishings and modern kitchen and bathrooms.

Set on two floors there are five double bedrooms, three of which can be set up as twins, and cots can be provided. Three bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and there are two more bathrooms, one with a jacuzzi and Turkish bath for a relaxing spa experience. The well-equipped kitchen has a table and there’s a separate dining room, and the two reception rooms include a living room with TV and a sitting room with original fireplace.

Outside the private pool is surrounded by lush gardens and there are two covered dining areas for al fresco eating and sundowners.

Villa Celeste is situated in the Ostuni countryside, less than 10 minutes’ drive to this beautiful town known as ‘la città bianca’ and about 20 minutes to the coast. Check out our Facebook album for more photos.


All our villa prices are weekly and inclusive of cleaning and linen. Changeover is on Saturday in high season but there’s flexibility at other times of the year. A €3 hourly charge is levied if heating is requested.

€3,000 | 6 January to 31 March, or €500 per day

€4,200 | 1 – 6 April, or €650 per day

€3,000 | 7 April to 25 May, or €500 per day

€4,200 | 26 May to 29 June, or €650 per day

€5,400 | 30 June to 31 August, or €850 per day

€4,200 | 1 – 28 September, or €650 per day

€3,000 | 29 September to 21 December, or €500 per day

€4,200 | 22 December to 5 January, or €650 per day

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