- Reviews: 3088
B&B da Antonella: Posada
Arrive later in the afternoon and the house were surrounded with fence. But then, the son of the owner probably hear people outside because the dogs were barking. The guest house is only 4 minutes drive the center of Posada. This place is relatively close to everything<br/><br/>The young man welcoming us, he is good in English and show us our room and also told us where to park our car. Then, he explained that he and his mother run the place. He is the one who is busy all the time of the website job and accept the bookings. His mother can't do the job because she can't speak or understand English<br/><br/>The house is quite big, our room were downstairs. We have a terrace with chairs, we can directly into our car. Is not a parking space but we can parked in front the room. We were the only guest this time. November is calm in Sardinia the tourist season is done <br/><br/>The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, minibar, TV and private bathroom with shower, hairdryer and bidet. The next morning the lady owner is the one who serve us breakfast. She is very friendly, we didn't see her when we arrive because it was her son who let us in. In the shared lounge area where you can enjoy the typical Italian breakfast consisting of fresh coffee, cappuccinos and pastries. A good place to stay in Posada. Again, a car is needed
- Reviews: 3088
Bed and Breakfast Amaranta: Alghero
Due to late arrival in Alghero and plus spend some time in the car rental office, we arrive at the B&B pretty late at night. We have difficulties finding it even using our GPS. That is annoying if you arrive at night in a strange place. There are no earlier flights between Brussels and Alghero, we only have one night flight<br/><br/>We have a good welcome in B&B. A middle age man who is in charge for his guest I guess. The building is like an apartment where there were different residents. But the owner of our room probably rented his room for visitors our room is just next to their room<br/><br/>The room is newly done very neat and clean the bathroom were awesome. Mirror was incredibly great. It has a super nice bathroom which is very, very nice and clean. I can see that is just done recently the tiles are shiny and the furniture were new<br/><br/>In our room there were a little snack prepared in our table. There's card say, complimentary from the owner ( it was very kind of him). The room interior has outstanding view complete new, nice color combination. The curtain and bedding were in same color<br/><br/>The next morning he brought the breakfast in our room, which he asked evening before what time we would like to have our breakfast and exact 8:30 am he arrives with our breakfast. Breakfast is very nice for the price is really worth it
The bathroom were so amazing, it shines everywhere<br/>The room interior were really nice in combination<br/>The service and the breakfast were outstanding
- Reviews: 362
Cigno Bianco: Camping close to Tortoli
We stayed there in the middle of September and they were already kind of closing up. We did not mind as it was very peaceful this way. However you could not rely on the shop/bar/restaurant being open. Which was a bit of a negative experience for us. <br/>The camping was however the cleanest I have seen so for on the island. Especially the showers and toilets.<br/>Playground was OK for the kids (just a bit of too many mosquitoes there). Lots of shade, fire pits.<br/>Staff not very helpful.<br/>They have bungalows and mobile homes as well.<br/>We paid for 4/ Tent/ Car and power for 5 nights 112 Euros.
Right on the beach. Closest spots to ocean are in the sand as well. So we really had a beach camping holiday experience. Just outside the camping are a few deck chairs for free use.
- Reviews: 490
L'Ea Bianca Hotel & Luxury Resort: In the middle of a (wonderful) nowhere !
Situated by a remote bay of Baia Sardinia, this rather new hotel (buildt 2008) offers 31 beautifully styled luxury-rooms, junior suites and suites as well as 5 villas.As beautiful the view over its beach might be, so troublesome is it to get there,(one has to cross a small creek and rocks) let alone to walk on the rough and sharp sand (so dont forget your flip-flops!)<br/>People at reception and restaurant are extremely helpful and excellently trained, above all the restaurants Maitre, Sign.Giovanni and the receptionists.<br/>Food tries to meet the hotels 5-star rating, its quality changes from day to day.Very good salads and fish or pastas, cooked al dente-dente (you need very good teeth). Here and with regard to the menue, the chef should undergo some further training<br/>Wines are pricey, even the most simple Sardinian ones are around EUR 50 with no limit above.A 0,7liter mineralwater charged with EUR 10,- seems a bit exaggerated.Nevertheless the mainly younger guests seem to accept those prices with no complaints, due to the advantages of this nice (nearly boutique-like)hotel, whose charm may decrease somewhat in the future, when the adjacent villas or appartments (now under construction) will be ready.<br/>Important: the hotel is remote, so a car is essential.<br/>Room Tip: west-wing has morning-sun, east-wing only after 6pm
Jacuzzi or similar bath-tubs with special functions in most of the rooms
- Reviews: 3
La Terrazza: Go for B&B's
This place had really nice newly renovated rooms - a superb friendly host (did'nt) speak much english though, but we managed with a little french, english, spanish:)<br/><br/>A beautiful terace on the roof with view to the ocean.<br/><br/>A cosy small "sleepy" town - but we were a bit ou of season so can't say how it is in high season.<br/><br/>The town is Tresnuraghes (OR) on placed on the West coast of Sardignia...The northern westcost is very rocky and wild and so beautiful.<br/> <br/>You need a car to get around here and the costline is approx. 15 min. from Tresnuraghes of fantastic driving...
The terrace on the roof - perfect..!!<br/><br/>The beautiful rooms - sometimes when you see pictures of B&B on the net you get a little surprised when you see it live - not always in a positive way....This was definitely surprising in the best posible way... <br/><br/>Very friendly host.
- Reviews: 24
Hotel Regina: General locations for hotels in Cagliari
Hi there! Hotel Regina Margherita in Via Regina Margherita is good. Also the B&B Antica Via is fine. Both are smack downtown. Look, downtown there are no beaches but just outside you'll find already astonishing good ones. <br/><br/>Now, beaches: only in the Cagliari area or are you planning a trip? (note: within 30 minutes you could be in gorgeous beaches. Add another 30 minutes and you could be even more surprised. Or if you must stick around Cagliari, the Poetto beach is 10 minutes with a cab and you might find flocks of flamingos there, too!). Cause I was on an intensive sardinian trip this summer with my sardinian girlfriend and I can tell you of a lot of places. BUt I would need to know how long you're staying and if you're on your own (+ gps?).<br/><br/>Riccardo
- Reviews: 362
Camping Isuledda: Centro Vacanze
Nice campground located close to three different beaches. Very well organized if not over organized. Which meant for us a bit too much entertainment specially in the evenings. Every nite there was loud music till later than 1. (Musicals, disco, karaoke)<br/>They have a gym, big supermarket, little clothes store, big reception area were you can book tours as well, lots of water sports, a port, kids playground. Not too many toilets and showers, however clean and free hot showers. Bring own toilet paper. There is a restaurant, pizzeria coffee bar.<br/>Most pitches are in a Wi-fi zone. <br/>Not many mosquitoes as they spray something every week at nites. <br/>During siesta time you are not allowed to drive in. Car park can be quite far away. So bikes are a good option. Parking is supervised and insurance is included.<br/>We paid for 8 nights 196 Euros.
Offer different kinds of accommodation. Kid friendly place. Good location for day trips.
- Reviews: 362
La Mariposa: Alghero's Campground
A small campground just outside of Alghero's old part of town. Located directly at the beach.<br/>Most tent pitches are a bit on the sunny side and if you are under the trees there are heaps of mosquitoes. However location is great as you can bike along a bike path to the center. There is heaps of clean toilets and showers (warm water with tolkien) It has a small market, a restaurant and bike rental. No BBQ allowed at pitches however there is a central located one for usage.<br/><br/>We paid for 3 nights for one tent, three people, car and power 75 Euros.
Just the vicinity to the old part of town.
- Reviews: 362
Villagio Camping Capo Ferrato: Best campground at Costa Rei
8 nites with tent with power for 158 Euro.<br/>Has a supermarket with OK prizes (other ones are in walking or better biking distance, about 500m, same for other restaurants, Gelaterias, ATM and bakery. However not much else) a restaurant and bar.<br/>Tennis court, basketball court, two playgrounds for children. Free hot showers, clean toilets (bring own paper), wash machine and tumbler, Baby-room with wash basin.<br/>During July and August they have animation. When we were there they had Sardinian weeks with botanical tours and such. They have bungalows as well.<br/>Bus Stop close by.<br/>Some spots have beach view (through fence) but all spots are very close to beach.
Not too big. Very friendly staff.<br/>Been there the third time now and it feels like coming home!<br/><br/>For my info:<br/>2013 paid for tent and four people for two weeks Euro 409<br/>2014 paid for tent and four people for nine nights Euro 388
- Reviews: 5
B&B Torre degli Ulivi: Great and cozy b&b with a great garden
Beautiful rooms and decoration!<br/>Amazing garden for breakfast and siesta,<br/>incredibly friendly landlords ....<br/>the most beautiful beaches of Sardegna some min drive away....<br/><br/>More info here:<br/>http://janaaroundtheworld.blogspot.com/2009/07/about-nora-first-sardinian-city.html<br/>or here<br/>http://janaaroundtheworld.blogspot.com/<br/>and then look for Italy...
-the fresh pressed orange juice for breakfast, the amazing capiccino+latte macchiato...<br/>-incredibly friendly landlords ....<br/>-the most beautiful beaches of Sardegna some min drive away....
- Reviews: 447
La Luna sulla Duna: great hospitality (from Bologna)
Exceptional place where to relax, found on the web my accident by my husband. It is run by a nice lady in her 50's, coming from Bologna after leaving her previous job as designer. When she is not there, the B&B is properly run by her parents, a funny and nice couple in their 70's. <br/>The location in great, on a hill looking over Porto Pino' beach. Well, you can walk to beach but I raccomend you to drive there. There are 6 big rooms with bathroom, no TV but you won't miss it!!!<br/>Breakfast is huge and rich of home made jam and honey; unfortunately it is an Italian breakfast (so no cheese of ham, dear foreigner friends!). The lady speaks French fluently...some problems with English instead....<br/>Opens from May to October<br/>STRONGLY STRONGLY RACCOMENDED!!!
- Reviews: 1
Hotel Flamingo Sardinia: Cheap accommodation deals in Sardinia around Cagli
Luxury hotel Sardinia South Coast near Cagliari Airport<br/>Hotel Flamingo Resort is an elegant and refined four star beach hotel accommodation in the famous Sardinia south Coast near Cagliari Elmas Airport.<br/>A Luxury Hip Hotels with special packages for a luxury vacation deals in Sardinia.<br/><br/>Details, photos, video, rates and special 20% discount for summer 2009 in the the official web site www.hotelflamingosardinia.com. Best price guaranteed.
- Reviews: 40
Cooperativa Enis Monte Maccione: Oliena Accomodation
I've been there once some time ago, i sleeped and eated very well! They offer accomodations in a 3 stars hotel at very reasonable prices, but you can also decide to rent a placement for your tent only, or have breakfast and half board. Location is great and I remember the personel is kind and helpful.
The restaurant offers differents menu, traditional from sardinian territory but also gluten free and pizzeria. They offers guided on foot or 4x4 excursions in Supramonte, rock walls equipped for Free Climbing,<br/>ecologic, educational and social tourism with qualified guides.
- Reviews: 140
Sa Fossa Bed & Breakfast: A great stay nearby Olbia
This bed and breakfast is a little more rustic than Tenuta Pilastru. It is very clean however and the food is AMAZING! The family that runs the place is very friendly and accommodating. We had a surprisingly lovely stay here when all we were looking for was some place in the general vicinity of the Olbia airport for our departure the next day.<br/><br/>The B&B is far up a hillside and is a little bit of a drive from the highway. It's a worthwhile drive. The countryside is breathtaking. It reminded me of the countryside around Ventura, California. —Except here there were no large real estate developments. We took an afternoon walk along nearby dirt roads. Oh, yes, the roads on the property are dirt roads, very hard dirt roads. Our little rental car made it w/o a problem.
Great location. Delicious food, locally grown. Fresh, made that day, ricotta cheese. -to die for.
- Reviews: 140
Tenuta Pilastru: Agritourismo Hotel
We had a wonderful time. We stayed in the off season, just a week before Easter. The accommodation was so affordable!! 70 Euro a night for a really sweet room with two queen-sized beds. The building exteriors are rustic and the interiors are very comfortable. They've been updated with a lot of attention to detail. We were spoiled here. We had intended on staying one night but stayed two.<br/><br/>The restaurant serves locally raised organic food. Everything was delicious. We arrived late the first night and had a 'small' dinner of appetizers. It was much more food than we had imagined, expected. The price did not reflect the amount of food we were served, well, not for any western Europeans. 20 Euro each for plenty of food and wine. The service was wonderful. The place has a wonderful vibe to it and everyone working there seems very happy. They are very helpful.
This is an agricultural tourism hotel/pension. Situated on a small hill, rural countryside of somewhat rocky ondulating/rolling bumps of hills surrounds the place.
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