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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.
In the Corte De Su Re (King’s Court), time really has stood still.
The bricks used for the floor and the stone columns date from the 17th century; the wooden tables are adorned with typical Sardinian panniers; and the vibrantly coloured plates are enamelled iron.