We spent 4 nights at this B&B in April. It has 3 spacious double rooms located on a farm. The rooms are in a converted stable. The owners do not live onsite but travel to the B&B daily and are reachable at all times on their mobile. We have an 8 yr old daughter and she had the time of her life with the various farm animals - 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 mountain goats, cows and sheep - and was allowed to participate during feeding time. Unfortunately she had such a good time, we had difficulty trying to make her leave the place so that we could see something of the surroundings!
The owners speak Italian and English but no German. This was not a problem for us. The lady of the house was around most of the time, either tending to the animals or preparing breakfast for the next day - making fresh butter from goats milk, goat cheese and baking. The Sardinian B&B breakfast consists of a hot drink, rolls with butter from goats milk and jam, fresh goat cheese and sweet pastries. Nothing savoury.
The rooms are quite comfortable, everything was in order and toiletries supplied. Unless you speak Italian, don't expect to be able to watch any TV. The suite Gli Olivi has a little equipped kitchenette with a small table. This came in useful for storing our snacks and mineral water. If you want to cook, there is a surcharge. We used the kitchenette for sandwiches and cold snacks and there wasn't a charge.
The grounds are extensive. You can even go on a short hike up the mountain on the grounds - this is a must. Bring a picnic. There are some very interesting rock formations way up and the views are lovely.
Arzachena is a short drive away and provides the necessary restaurants for meals and some shopping. All the other attractions on the Emerald Coast are easily reachable.
While we were there, the driveway up to the house had huge, deep cracks due to the dry weather. It took some navigating to ensure that our rented car got through. This will probably get repaired sometime or other.
If you'd like to try Sardinian food, go to La Colti Agriturismo. There is a set menu. They use organic products. Everything is included - food, wine, water, dessert, coffee. A reservation is essential. Make sure you go with an empty stomach.
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