The villa looked like the pictures and we had a very warm and generous welcome from the owner. Giana stocked the villa with everything we needed, from washing powder to wine! She also gave instructions on how to use the hot tub and wifi, a couple of restaurant recommendations and then left us be for the week (she does not live onsite).
The villa is stylishly decorated and the master bed was comfortable. It was quite cool inside and a bit damp feeling in the evenings in May but I imagine this will be an advantage in the heat of summer. The villa had everything needed to set up a BBQ and an indoor and outdoor gas hob.
Its just outside the village of Ballata- about 30 mins drive into central Trapani and an hour from Palermo. It's also close to Erice, Scopello and seguesta (all worth a visit). We also did a long day trip to Agrigento, stopping at Seliunte to see the ruins and have lucky and Sciacca for dinner in the marina. There is a great pizzeria just up the hill and a nice restaurant about 5 mins drive away if you don't want to go far.
The only thing to note is that it's called "Rustico" for a reason. Ballata and Tangi are very quiet. While there is another villa just behind this one (they didn't overlook or disturb us) the only other noises you'll hear are the odd car or tractor. In true Rustico style we also got quite a few woodlouse and millipedes visiting us - apparently it was the season for them and they aren't a problem after June- but worth noting if you aren't keen on bugs!
In short we had a lovely time and were welcomed by the locals!