This is where anything can happen, where every wish can come true.
While you contemplate the sunset, or while having an exclusive romantic dinner, relaxing, having a yoga lesson.
In the Herb Garden, each plant has its name written in Italian, Sardinian and Latin on the plate next to it.
Choose a herb you like or are curious about, and we’ll make an infusion for you in the Kitchen Garden or Magico Tablao.
An intimate, reserved space next to the Tablao Bar.
You will find French and national bubbles, alongside ham, strawberries and local delicacies.
The spectacular view of Mount Corrasi makes Su Gologone’s ‘terrace of dreams’ one of the most captivating parts of the hotel.
It was here in 1966 that American director John Huston shot a number of scenes for his epic film The Bible: In the Beginning, starring Ava Gardner, Peter O’Toole and Franco Nero.
Decorated with a typical Sardinian style, conceived in the Su Gologone Art Workshops, they consist of a large bedroom and a spacious bathroom with shower.
Embellished with Sardinian décor, conceived in the Su Gologone Art Workshops, with bright colours standing out against the typical white plaster.
Two suites and two bedrooms, with built-in beds, white-resin floors and juniper-wood beams that run along the ceiling.
Dedicated to a great 20th-century Sardinian artist, including Federico Melis, Giuseppe Biasi and Edina Altara.
Two separate areas with double bedroom or twin and the living area.
The identity of regional culture is narrated by the objects and materials which accompanied it in its life and daily activities.
This room was originally Giovanna's atelier, where she used to paint.
Our new entry, the Wild Suite, combines the traditional style found in our hotel rooms with the possibility of spending the night outdoor, on the terrace.
A fogu lentu
Sardinian cuisine expresses a simple approach to life, imbued in its cheeses, spit-roasted meats, pane carasau, handmade pasta, olive oil and distinctive wines.
Su Gologone’s restaurant is spread across a terrace with stunning views and rooms decorated with Sardinian art and crafts.
The scent of meat slowly roasting over an open fire is bound to entice you in!
Su Gologone’s Nido del Pane (‘Bread Nest’) lies at the heart of the hotel.
Here you can watch how Sardinian women, dressed in typical Oliena fashion, have been making bread for centuries.