The Agriturismo Montepaolo is a family owned and operated 16 th century farmhouse located in the southeastern region of Italy called Puglia . The property was originally a country residence used for hunting parties by its former owners, the Counts Acquaviva d'Aragona. Montepaolo includes olive groves, outdoor terraces and a pool as well as its own chapel which was used by bishop Francesco Ramunni, an ancestor of the current owner. Agriturismo Montepaolo has been carefully restored to maintain its rustic charm, while fully equipped with modern amenities. It is now an elegant farmhouse with 10 rooms as well as a 2 bedroom cottage. The farmhouse is located on over two hectares in the midst of 200 year old olive groves. It sits on a small hill overlooking the valley of Montepaolo . The property is found down a winding unpaved lane, three kilometers outside of the medieval town of Conversano and only seven kilometers from the Adriatic Sea.