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Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

After a long search we ran into this hotel and decided to book also because of the food reviews.

Drive into the village and park at Piazza Bartelomeo Meloni. Short walk to the main building. The rooms are spread over 4 buildings.
Streets are very narrow to drive.

Our room was spacious with great views of the village. Very clean and comfortable bed. You can hear some noise from other rooms but very quiet at night besides the church clock. Not bothersome though. Bath room good, a bit cramped for us since we are tall and the shower was too low. But for 3* very good!

Dinner is served from 8pm at the main building. Outside, weather permitting, in the lovely courtyard. Five course set menu €30! Excellent value and great wine list as well. Food was 2 nights fabulous and delicious. Staff attentive and very friendly.

Breakfast 0830-1030 also in the courtyard. Good selection to suit all tastes.

We really had a great authentic stay. The village itself is worth the trip (1.5 hrs from Cagliari) and about 40 minutes by car to the beaches near Oristano.

Well recommended to taste authentic Sardinia!!!

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Ritchy41
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Reviewed 16 August 2018

We booked this hotel on the basis of the reviews on TripAdvisor. The reviews about maintenance are spot on. It’s a charming place - but the rooms and some of the interiors need maintenance or it risk going into disrepair - which would be very sad.

The room we were in - all the way in the attic in the main house was old with no wifi connection. When we told them about the issue - they just said sorry, but didn’t fix it. So if you need wifi, make sure you ask not to be in this room.

We marked this property a 3 star only because of the room had not been refurbished, so didn’t have the amenities....my partner who is 6foot couldn’t stand up straight in the shower.....they really shouldn’t be renting this room to anyone.

The room is also next to a door that backs onto the ally way to one of Antica’s other properties, so you will have people banging shut the door every 5 mins until very late in the evening.

There is no fridge in the room and the toilet seat is broken.

The hotel is not far from the centre piazza and there is a supermarket about 10 mins walk away.

The food in the restaurant is unbelievable. It is one of the best meals we have had in Italy. It’s a 5 course degustation that changes every night. It’s fresh and simply incredible. Well worth the visit on its own.

Room tip: Request not to be in the attic room until it is refurbished.
Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Nitnat_9
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Reviewed 19 July 2018

The B&B is situated in the middle of the village. It's in an old building that has an authentic ambience. To get to the B&B, leave the main road and enter the village by going down. The route to the B&B is signposted from there. Park your car at Piazza San Pietro, next to the church. From there it's just a little walk up to the B&B. The rooms are spread over a couple of buildings, which are built behind each other. You enter the main building and by climbing the stairs you reach the other buildings (no elevator). Our room, in the second building, was not that big, but we had everything we needed. In the main building breakfast and dinner is served. Breakfast was good, there was lots to choose from. You should definitely eat diner there at least once. It's a very tasty 5 course diner. There are 2 pizzerias and a bar in town.

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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    • Rooms
    • Service
Thank Voorburg_Holland
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Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

We stayed 2 nights at this hotel. The room was very new and modern furnished. We had also a small balcony with a great view above the town. The breakfast was very delicious. We got also some good information what we could do around Santu Lussurgiu. We fully recommend this accommodation.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank saaaaaandraaaaaa
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Reviewed 7 July 2018

We stayed three nights. Overall we thought the place was charming and the room we moved to on day 2 was lovely (first floor with balcony). We have stayed in many historic inns and B&Bs in Italy, Sicily, Spain, France - so this review is informed by those experiences.

The young staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and happy to offer advice about beaches to visit, places to go etcetera.

Our experience was slightly coloured by the first night's stay in a dark, musty, unloved 'garden' suite off the main courtyard. Lighting poor, no wifi,lots of mosquitoes, could do with complete renovation.

The breakfasts were delicious; generous, a wide choice of delicious home-made and local food on offer ranging from home-made cakes and local cheeses to amaretti biscuits and croissants - we particularly appreciated the juicer.

We also had one of the fixed price 30E pp dinners in the courtyard one night which was really delicious, elegantly served and accommodated my husbands dietary requirements (coeliac) with no problem.

Our feeling is that the family is slightly complacent about the facilities, almost as if they are doing you a favour by allowing you to stay there, just because they have lived there for six generations. However, we have stayed in many other similar places where we could not fault the facilities, the generosity of spirit and bedrooms/public areas.The place would benefit from some attention to detail (like replacing lightbulbs and fixing toilet seats).

good things:
the food, the breakfasts, the friendly staff, the balcony room, the atmosphere, the location (around 40 minutes drive from the coast)

things that could be improved/considered
1. a terrace or seating area for guests who might like to enjoy a glass of wine or a beer in the evening, but don't necessarily want to eat the 5 course tasting menu at the Albergo each night (the courtyard tables were full every night with restaurant guests during our stay). Otherwise you just have to sit in your room.
2. a guest fridge and honesty bar
3. some nice local soaps and shampoos in the bathrooms
4. some small folding chairs on the bedroom balcony

Room tip: First floor above courtyard, great views and small balcony
Date of stay: July 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank GiselleEdin
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