This farmhouse in Noci, surrounded by a beautiful landscape, has been converted in a little B&B of four ensuite rooms and a breakfast area. The walls of the original part of the building are in dry stone while the one of the new part demolished and rebuilt are in lime stone and brick. The result is a pitched roof building partly in white pointed stone and partly plastered in white. The stone wall that divides the two parts of the building has no pointings and has been reinforced with cement injections .The rooms are paved in Trani stone, the bathrooms are tiled in white with stone inserts of the same kind of the floor. The front terrace floor is in Albanian stone , the drive is in gravel. In front of the main block there is a trullo with a wood shade, that has been converted in an ensuite room. On the left hand side of the building there is a nice threshing floor, higher than the surrounding field, that offers a nice wiew on the landscape.