Calcebianca is a breathtakingly wonderfully relaxing, boutique hotel in Ostuni, one of Puglia’s most famous and lovely towns, just minutes from beautiful beaches. It's unique and promises a memorable stay.
All prices are ‘from prices’ and can fluctuate during each month. All prices are subject to change/amendment. Prices are stated as per person, per week, based on the standard occupancy of the room/villa/apartment. Prices are inclusive of car hire or transfers, as well as an estimate of flight costs, all covered by our ATOL protection. Flight prices can vary significantly by date and departure airport, so please contact us for your own personalised quote.
Whilst weekly prices are shown, our holidays are tailor made and individual nights can be booked at many of our properties. Please call us or use the Enquire Now form for our latest prices & availability.
- Terrace of 3 rooms each with private walled courtyard and independent entrance
- For groups of friends or family, terraces can be communicating on request
- Each room has a fabulous wet room
- Kettle and small fridge in each room – clients can stock with their own provisions
- Simple selection of crockery and cutlery available on request
- Breakfast served on your own terrace (order the day before)
- Pool (available 01/04 – 31/10, weather permitting), pool towels provided
- Car park
- Air conditioning / heating
- Private jacuzzi, payable locally
- Wi-Fi in rooms
“My daughter and I are back from our holiday at Calcebianca and we both have to say that it was wonderful. We had a fantastically relaxing break and everybody at the hotel was more than helpful.” Karen, ManchesterSteve Bleach of the Sunday Times calls it “Puglia’s Sexiest Bolthole”….in his 100 Greatest Holidays. He writes, “If you are looking for a holiday to impress your other half and bring you closer together – much closer together – this is the one. It won’t break the bank either. Calcebianca is an ultramodern new hideaway in Puglia, a boutique B&B with just three rooms – they’re minimalist, private, rather exclusive.”