Finding an ideal family-friendly guest house in Oristano does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sa Domu e Crakeras, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chiesa e Monastero del Carmine (0.1 mi) and Torre di Portixedda (0.2 mi), guests of Sa Domu e Crakeras can easily experience some of Oristano's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a mosquito net, and Sa Domu e Crakeras makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the guest house, including baggage storage. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you are looking for a nearby place to eat, Sa Domu e Crakeras is within walking distance of some popular restaurants including Trattoria Portixedda (0.1 mi), Il Melograno Bistrot (0.2 mi), and Yume Sushi (0.2 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Oristano, check out one of the historic sites, such as Parrocchia Sant'Efisio Martire, Parrocchia San Sebastiano Martire, and Palazzo degli Scolopi.
Sa Domu e Crakeras looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Oristano.
Sadly the owner thinks is OK to use homophobic language. I don't recommend staying here if you are part of the LGBT community or even if you are not part of it! The place may look "warm and welcoming" but we almost felt sick after hearing Salvatore talking.
As other reviewers have mentioned, Salvatore is a fabulous host who greeted us cheerfully on our arrival and made sure that we had enough space to park our motorbikes. As (in his words) Italians can be noisy, he gave us a room upstairs in the main building rather than one around the courtyard. The upstairs rooms were almost brand new and had been built in when the roof was renewed. Our room was a very good size with lovely blue, black and white floor tiles which were coordinated with the wall lights. The bathroom was a very good size,with plenty of toiletries, towels and colourful fixtures and fittings. The windows were high level with vertical blinds and mosquito nets attached, thoughtfully a small pair of steps were in position under the way for those of us who need an extra bit of height. We had a very good night's sleep here. Breakfast the following morning was plentiful and very convivial as all guests sat around a large table and could help themselves from a selection of cereals, yogurt, bread, toast and very tasty home-made marmalade. There was a large fridge which we could help ourselves from, including water during our stay which was a real bonus. Salvatore provided us with a map of Oristano and recommended various restaurants for our evening meal. There was a flamenco class downstairs until 10:30pm on the night we stayed, but rather than disturb us, the live guitar playing and stomping provided an entertaining background sound for the short time we were in our room before the class ended. We would definitely recommend this place and could have easily stayed another night or two, it was very good value for money and had a fabulous atmosphere.…
Thank you Salvatore for extending the warmth of your hospitality throughout our stay at Sa Domu e Crakeras. From the moment we drove into your B&B spacious car parking area to you warmly greeting us we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay with you. Your hospitality is second to none. The choice of breakfast offered is exceptionally generous added to this complimentary bottles of water to take out with you. It is with fondness we will remember you and your delightful B&B that is so handily placed, just a short walk into Oristano centre.
A former teacher & perfect English speaker. This was bar far the warmest welcome I’ve ever received, anywhere on the planet! My immediate regret being is only booked for 1 night. Never before have I wanted to spend so much time with a B&B owner. The B&B is set around a central courtyard with rooms leading off & I suspect former stables or stalls of some form. I was given one of the rooms on the second floor of the huge main building. These are a recent addition according to Salvatore, ones he is justifiably proud of. The rooms are spotlessly clean, as is the en-suite bathroom. The rooms have AC below the window & are very efficient. WiFi was a little problematic, but I was warned of this upon arrival & there was already an engineer trying to deal with it. The bed was possibly the best I’ve used in Sardinia, the pillows a perfect match. The small flatscreen TV has a number of channels where the Italian dubbing could be removed giving you many more options to watch. The bathroom was spotless, with a huge & very clean shower tray. The yellow tiles within being equally as invigorating as the shower itself. A warm breakfast shared with Salvatore. A wealth of local knowledge & keen to share the history of Oristano, including the former & original outer perimeter wall defence which runs through the middle of his dining area. Salvatore’ wife prepares all the cakes for breakfast, there is also a selection of local meats & cheese, Salvatore being justifiably proud of the Pecorino. Salvatore also provides an endless supply of still & sparkling water from the fudge outside & you are invited to help yourself from the moment you meet. I would unquestionably stay with Salvatore again & I’m genuinely saddened that I don’t know when or if this will happen again. Thank you Salvatore!…
This B&B was recommended to me by a friend. It surpassed all my expectations. Salvatore was a fantastic host who made us feel very welcome. The rooms are very spacious and traditional. Equipped with good wifi and all the amenities you need. We were treated to homemade cakes and pies every morning for breakfast which was amazing! All in all, a beautiful experience in a beautful part of the world.