The rooms in L’Agnata are named after plants and flowers loved by De Andre and Dori Ghezzi.
The rooms in L’Agnata are named after plants and flowers loved by De Andre and Dori Ghezzi. Each room is different from the other, with its own soul and personality. The commonality that all rooms share is a style defined as “Arte Povera “along with comfort and the attention to detail. During the day, the rooms are illuminated by the warm light of Sardinia’s splendid sun and by night they become silent microcosms with a feel of tranquil freedom. Divided into two architectural structures that make up the hotel, eight of them are situated in the new building with a separate reading room at the entrance of the building plus a warming fire place. Another two bedrooms are situated in the old Manor house, on the second floor with a beautiful balcony which offers a wonderful view and a bath. The bedrooms are all equal in size except of one quadruple and three triple rooms where an additional bed could be added for children , they differ in being generously sized.