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Su Domu Grogu – Home 150749 Villa

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 8 sleeps
  • 1 night min stay

Villa / 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 7 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Ask about pets

Description from owner

Description

If you are looking for an authentic Sardinian experience, Su Domu Grogu is for you. Although only 10 minutes drive from sandy beaches and 15 minutes from the bustle of Bosa, Sagama is a small hill village where people live at a different pace and old traditions live on.

We think Su Domu Grogu is fabulous - but don't take our word for it. Read the Trip Advisor reviews for a flavour of what your holiday in Sardinia could be. The 'real Sardinia' experience!

The house is spacious with four large bedrooms on the first floor, two bathrooms (one completely renovated in 2013 ) and a living room downstairs that has a double divan bed if required. Using the divan takes the maximum occupancy to 10. Being stone-built the large white rooms seem to remain cool inside, even on the hottest summer days.

A large, well equipped kitchen with log fire forms the heart of the house but there is also a dining room and peaceful sitting room. The property is detached and

If you are looking for an authentic Sardinian experience, Su Domu Grogu is for you. Although only 10 minutes drive from sandy beaches and 15 minutes from the bustle of Bosa, Sagama is a small hill village where people live at a different pace and old traditions live on.

We think Su Domu Grogu is fabulous - but don't take our word for it. Read the Trip Advisor reviews for a flavour of what your holiday in Sardinia could be. The 'real Sardinia' experience!

The house is spacious with four large bedrooms on the first floor, two bathrooms (one completely renovated in 2013 ) and a living room downstairs that has a double divan bed if required. Using the divan takes the maximum occupancy to 10. Being stone-built the large white rooms seem to remain cool inside, even on the hottest summer days.

A large, well equipped kitchen with log fire forms the heart of the house but there is also a dining room and peaceful sitting room. The property is detached and has a large sun terrace on the roof with stunning views over the countryside and distant mountains. The sun terrace has a pergola to provide shade on those summer afternoons. You can't really tell from the pictures but the terrace is completely private and not overlooked. The house has access front and back. It's perfect for a large family or two families sharing, although couples have had lovely breaks there too.

Further details

A charge of £50 is made for final cleaning.

Further details indoors

All the rooms are spacious and airy. All the beds are new and guests have commented on how comfortable they are.

Further details outdoors

Safe parking at rear of the house

Location description from owner

The Sardinia region

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Med but maintains its rural authenticity. There are long, hot summers for the sun-worshipper and winters can be cold and sometimes wet. Spring is particularly beautiful as the countryside bursts into colour and wild fennel, asparagus and spinach abound. The climate in autumn is equally pleasant with the sea still warm enough to swim in. This is the time to pick the famous wild mushrooms.

The island is mountainous enough to have a ski resort in the east. It is a place with a very special and distinct culture and cuisine. It is not surprising that Sardinia has become the destination for the rich and famous. However, the West coast remains undeveloped and retains its unique local culture. Sagama is the perfect place to experience the life of the island as it is untouched by tourism or other cultures.

Tresnuraghes

Su Domu Grogu blends in to a recently and beautifully renovated piazza alongside a famous medieval church (which is well worth a visit). The church is popular for weddings, especially in the summer. The traditional Sardinian wedding is quite a spectacle!

We are the only non - Italian house in the village. Everyone who goes there enthuses about how warm and friendly the local people are!

There are few other facilities in the village - one small bar and a post office. Vans selling vegetables and sometimes fish come through a few times a week. The nearest supermarket and petrol station is in Suni - 5 minutes away. There is a good Sardinian restaurant in Magomadas - also 5 minutes away. Bosa has big supermarkets and a good variety of shops.

Sagama is particularly known for its wild mushrooms which abound in autumn in the country park of traditional Sardinian agriculture behind the village. In front of the house is a quiet track that winds through small private vineyards and olive groves.

Sardinia is full of festivals, food and wine. From carnival in the Spring to the cultural festivals of the summer, there is always something new to experience.

We will be holding taste of Sardinia courses - to be advertised separately - to give people the opportunity to experience at first hand the traditional ways to make great food and wine.

The house is also ideal for groups of cyclists - there is substantial secure storage in the garage underneath. We can provide supported cycling holidays on well surfaced very quiet roads in superb scenery - so long as you like climbing!

Sardinia is a paradise for outdoor pursuits, rock climbing, paragliding, canoeing, horse riding - Su Domu Grogu is ideally placed to enjoy all these things! And with loads of space can accommodate groups - and less than £600 per week for up to 8 people in high season!

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Super King Beds, 1 Sofa Bed, 4 Single Beds
  • 1 Family bathroom, 2 Shower rooms

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • BBQ
  • Solarium or roof terrace
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Bicycles available
  • Internet access
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Peter H.
Average reply time:
1 hour 25 minutes
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
10 May 2017
Years listed:
6
Based in:
United Kingdom
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English, Italian


This Villa has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 8. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 28 Mar 2011. Located in Province of Oristano, it has 22 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £400 to £550.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 10 May 2017.

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“Lovely house, though not practical with young children”

Reviewed 20 Jul 2016

This was a spacious, traditional Sardinian house set over two floors and with a large roof terrace on top. Very rural location, 20mins drive from Bosa. Church is directly opposite the house, the bells chimed on the hour from 7am-10pm, but we got used to them(!) Bedrooms were a good size and the high ceilings give the property a sense of space and grandeur. Lots of books/board games provided, though both bikes there had flat tyres, which was a bit disappointing, plus all the sun parasols were broken - evidently simply discarded by earlier guests. Useful extra additions to the kitchen would be eggcups, a second chopping board and some plastic crockery for children to use (we brought our own). The owners were very accommodating (e.g. they kindly arranged for a baby's travel cot to be provided) and we would have awarded 5 stars apart from the fact that it was impractical with young children (4yrs; 20mths): the long, straight marble staircase was a particular worry, and we couldn't leave them alone for a minute. Also, having no bath makes life tricky with two sandy children and small showers. Plus be sure to move the large axe in the kitchen to somewhere high up as soon as you enter the property! We found a way round all this, however: the only real disappointment was that two of the bedrooms were being refurbished and therefore out of use. We had chosen the place specifically because each of our children would have their own bedroom, but this wasn't possible, meaning a lot of effort trying to get them to go to sleep while sharing a room. Overall, we made the place work for us and the price was reasonable, so I don't want to be unfair in my review, as it was a great house for those looking for an authentic, rural location. The property would work best for couples, or families with very young babies who cannot yet move - I would not recommend for young children who want to run around as all the floors are hard.

“My best ever Birthday!!”

Reviewed 21 Jul 2013

I stayed with friends from 13-20 July 2013 taking in my 60th Birthday and we enjoyed amazing food, wine , weather and excursions. Easily the best Birthday I've ever had - in the most relaxed , comfortable and well equipped environment. The locals were so friendly and helpful too.. Thank you so much for such a fabulous stay in a fabulous house! Definitely hope to be back soon! Jacqui .

“excellent”

Reviewed 5 Oct 2012

what a lovely holiday, we stayed at the house for two relaxing weeks.we used the bikes every day to visit a lovely bar called casa maria in Tinnura.get to the junction turn right 100 yards on the right hand side,the barrel outside meant he was open.everyone was very friendly and the beaches were beautiful we hope to revisit in 2013

“Ah Italy - like it used to be - with better plumbing and electricity.”

Reviewed 26 Sep 2011

We were a party of 7 for 2 weeks in Sep. grandparents, parents, and 3 children under 6. The house was large enough and relaxed enough (and safe enough) to cope with all out needs. Neighbours supplied us with tomatoes and figs (if you haven't tried figs in Italy in September then....). We agree with the other reviews. The terrace on top provided so many magical moments: morning coffee greeting the day; after showers at end of day. As we describe it to friends: "A large house in a friendly little village 15 minutes from one of the loveliest towns in Sardinia (Bosa), with a choice of beaches to suit all needs and tastes. And a simpler version of Italy - probably the most instantly enjoyable country in Europe. It took us back 40 years to our first Italian beach holidays (but with better electricity, plumbing, appliances, and food)."

Owner's reply: We have found that the neighbours have been generous to a number of our house guests. One of the many special things about Su Domu Grogu is its location in such a unique, friendly and, above all, Italian village.

“Huge house with great views”

Reviewed 12 Sep 2011

My friend and I stayed at the house in June of this year for two weeks and enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of the location (apart from the bells but they are long forgiven), the spaciousness of the house (we really did rattle about in it but this was bliss), the fab roof terrace overlooking the sheep and the village itself which was both charming and friendly. Being a short drive to Bosa and Saba Druche meant that we did not miss the beach (all of our earlier holidays in Sardinia have been beach side) and we generally had a wonderful time. The house is large. Really large- and well equipped. I would highly recommend it for a family holiday even though it does not have a garden as the village is safe and there is a large square in front where the local children play.

Owner's reply: Glad you had a great time! And that you enjoyed the lovely sandy beaches nearby! We're going to do a "Guide to Local Beaches" for future visitors.

“This is the real Sardinian experience in the real Italy!”

Reviewed 8 Sep 2011

Sagama is peaceful, rural village community a short distance from wonderful coastline and beaches as well as beautiful countryside(not to forget the Nuraghi, murals, pizza, past and sea-food!). We loved the church bells, the little village shop and the quiet setting. We also loved the house - and we are already planning a return visit. That says it all!! PS No mosquitos!!

Owner's reply: Thank you for your kind comments and we look forward to welcoming you back soon!

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