Palazzo Guglielmo

Puglia, Italy

Palazzo Guglielmo is, quite simply, a sheer oasis of calm. From the moment one enters this charming 300 year old Palazzo, a wave of tranquillity and calmness descend. The Palazzo is located in Vignacastrisi, a sleepy little south Italian village just 2km from the Adriatic coast in Puglia. The interior of this 18th Century Palazzo is exquisitely decorated with astounding consideration to comfort and luxury. Marble staircases, mellow stone walls, fine fabrics, well-chosen antiques and carefully selected modern furnishings all add to the luxurious ambience of the Palazzo. With only six guest rooms and two apartments, Palazzo Guglielmo is extremely exclusive yet offers an abundance of luxury, comfort and space for each guest. The private guest rooms are further complemented by a number of large lounges, reading salons and outdoor terraces.
Beach Breaks

Hotel guide


  • Six rooms and two apartments, all exquisitely decorated
  • Free Wifi throughout, Daily Maid service
  • Use of roof terrace and hot tub
  • First floor salon and reading room
  • 10m x 4m swimming pool and sun loungers

Our Favourite

  • Ask for the Gran Suite Sonia, it consists of two large double rooms (one en-suite with Jacuzzi), one twin room, two bathrooms, living room, hallway and kitchen/dining area

Wine & Dine

  • Breakfast is complimentary and served from 7am to 11am on the patio terrace beside the pool
  • Restaurant is open for light lunches and three course dinners from Monday to Saturday
  • Traditional style cooked dishes and fresh, local seasonal produce
  • Honesty bar provides 24 hour access to soft drinks & wines


  • Italian chic - Sunglasses obligatory


  • Rooms from € 105 / day including breakfast

Local guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • The breathtaking beaches and crystal clear waters of the Adriatic coast are only a two km drive from the Palazzo

When to go

  • To avoid crowds on the coast, come to Puglia in spring or late summer when it is quiet and still warm

Good to know

  • The grounds of the Palazzo are an oasis of mature gardens full of palm trees, Mediterranean ferns, fruit trees and stunning tropical flowers

Don't miss

  • Vignacastrisi is a small village on the south-east side of the Salento peninsula, two km from the Adriatic sea. The village is steeped in south Italian hospitality and is as yet untouched by modern tourism. Sleepy little cafes, quiet streets and friendly local villagers give visitors real feel for the ‘true’ Salento

How to get there

  • Fly to Brindisi which is a one hour drive away. Brindisi is served by Air Berlin, Ryanair and Lufthansa
  • We recommend a car rental at the airport

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