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Why travellers across Europe are swapping five-star hotels for fancy farms Forget sleeping in a barn this Italian-born concept has evolved to seriously swish new heights. Here's how to get in on it
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Why Puglia's palazzi hotels are perfect for a post-lockdown holiday This corner of Italy, far from the madding crowds, has a host of classy palazzi conversions the best place for a socially distanced break
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