Trullos are traditional Apulian dry stone huts with a conical roof, with a style of construction that’s distinct to the Itria Valley in the Murge area of the Apulia region in Italy.
For a rustic getaway in the idyllic Italian countryside – think strolling along cobblestone streets, or sharing an intimate moment under an olive tree – this is the place to be. It’s located in Ostuni, and accessible via the Bari and Brindisi airports.
Built in the early 1900s in the Edwardian style, this sprawling 5-acre hillside property is reportedly legendary magician Harry Houdini’s former residence.
What you’ll find: Terraced gardens filled with exotic plants, a rock waterfall, a natural-spring pond, an hour of hiking trails with an unexpected ocean view, and romantic gazebos with stunning canyon vistas that’ll bring an otherworldy charm to your wedding portraits.
After a quiet vacay away from the hustle and bustle of city living? This 100-year-old joglo with a thatched roof (traditional Javanese teak structure) is ideal – it’s located in a rice paddy that’s not directly accessible by car. Not to fret though, it’s still close enough to the hip part of town with cafes,rice paddy walks and is a 15 minute walk to Ubud.
This unique accommodation is part museum part residence as well as an 18th century UNESCO protected building. It includes ten beautifully furnished bedrooms, which you can also rent individually, and is dotted with plenty of antique pieces and furniture – the perfect backdrop for opulent, dramatic wedding photos, if you ask us.