We stayed at this hotel in March 2012 for 3 days- one of 3 we stayed at during our stay in Sardinia. We booked on the strength of previous Trip Advisor reviews and photographs of the hotel which suggested it was a modern hotel situated in a beautiful spot. We were not disappointed. We were the only guests in the hotel and had the room on the front with a lovely large balcony (it appeared to be the only room with a balcony on the front). The room was spotless and spacious and the decor was simple but stylish. The only downside from our point of view was that it had a bath rather than a shower.Other people may have the opposite view of course. The bed was a bit hard for us but again that is down to personal preference. In fact the whole hotel had a lovely classy and modern feel to it. The reception area also had seating capacity and being the only guests we had our breakfast and evening meals here as it was more intimate. There was a television in this room which fortunately had some English speaking news channels. There was a very large second television in the adjoining sitting room with comfortable sofas and chairs. Although there was a television in our room it did not have any english speaking channels. Mario, the very helpful and attentive owner who runs the hotel with his sister, said that normally the rooms would have Sky with english speaking news channels but this facility was not available until April. We had the half board option with evening meals included. Mario cooked all the meals and seemed determined to ensure that we were happy with what he produced. The meals tended to be traditional Sardinian pasta first courses which were all delicious followed by an equally enjoyable main course of either meat or fish. The breakfasts were virtually identical in all the hotels we stayed at in Sardinia with rolls, locally produced cheese (very nice) and italian style ham. There were also sweet croissants and jam. OK for what it was. The good weather meant that we were able to sit on the balcony which has spectacular views of the mountains and lake. Well worth any extra money it may cost. There was ample car parking which was free.
Overall we were extremely pleased we chose to stay at this hotel and would definitely stay here again if we are in the area. Mario was an excellent host and although his english was not brilliant we got by ok. Mario gave us a tour of the substantial kitchen and dining area which was immaculately kept and seemed to have capacity for catering for major events. In terms of local attractions we would recommend visiting the nearby Nuraghe site at Serra Orrios and the coastal resort at Cala Gonone which unfortunately was virtually shut in March but probably comes alive later in the year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set between the tops of the Omene and Corallinu mountains, the Cedrino Hotel stands out by the homonym lake, enriched itself by the presence of the suggestive Rio Flumineddu river. Situated a few kilometres away from the enchanting beaches of the Gulf of Orosei, among primeval forests and Mediterranean bush, the Cedrino Hotel is the right place to stop over after an excursion on the paths of the Supramonte, a canoe trip, a day spent at the beach or rock climbing. Opened all the year round, the Cedrino Hotel offers its guests a break of total relax in its comfortable air conditioned rooms with ensuite bathroom, LCD tv and broadband access. Here hospitality, which represents the most genuine Sardinian tradition, meets the finest regional and national foods and wines that will please even the most demanding palate. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Cedrino Dorgali, Province Of Nuoro