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After a manic sightseeing tour through Venice and its islands, I flew to Sardinia for total rest and relaxation. This was just what I had hoped for. I live in NYC, and this was so beautifully different, calm and peaceful. I loved that it was...More
Off the beaten track this small (10 room) b & b is lovely. There space to 'be' and the silence, only broken by the muffled whir of the pools pump, is an antidote to today's busyness. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The breakfast is...More
There is no doubting that the location, setting, appearance and ambiance of L'Agnata are beyond wonderful.
It's truly unique with charming helpful staff, and offers genuine peace and quiet.
If you want to be in the middle of nowhere, it's faultless. And a couple of...More
We had the great pleasure of staying at L'Agnata di De Andre recently and would strongly recommend it to anyone who is seeking a place to relax and enjoy the peace of the Sardinian hills. We were well received by our gracious and caring hosts,...More
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US$192 - US$262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello - I wonder whether you went? I know this question isn't addressed to me, but seeing that no one else has answered, I'll answer it. Yes, if you wanted to explore, you would need a car, definitely. The hotel is remote... More
Hello - I wonder whether you went? I know this question isn't addressed to me, but seeing that no one else has answered, I'll answer it. Yes, if you wanted to explore, you would need a car, definitely. The hotel is remote. There may be a station in Tempio Pausina, where you might be able to get a taxi to drive you out there; I'm not sure; might be worth investigating - but much, much better to take a car. Besides, if you wanted to do day trips (and I would recommend that), you would certainly need one.