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Domu Antiga is managed by Samuel, the owner.
100 - 125/night
Suitable for 2-3 people

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Domu Antiga - Domu Antiga, in Sardinia, Italy
— Samuel: “My father and I both have a deep passion for Sardinia and its history, so we carefully renovated the building trying to keep the original features of the house and its authenticity intact.”
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— How would you describe Domu Antiga in a nutshell?

Samuel: “Domu Antiga is a small, warm and welcoming Bed and Breakfast in Sardinia, Italy, and the ideal place to experience the atmosphere of times gone by.”
Kitchen - Domu Antiga, in Sardinia, Italy
— Kitchen

— Please tell us a bit about the history of the farmhouse and the renovation.

Samuel: “Domu Antiga was built around 1700 as a farmhouse typical of the Campidanese area. My father and I both have a deep passion for Sardinia and its history, so we carefully renovated the building and converted it into a Bed and Breakfast, trying to keep the original features of the house and its authenticity intact.”
Fireplace - Domu Antiga, in Sardinia, Italy
— Fireplace

— Pease tell us a bit more about the rooms and facilities at Domu Antiga.

Samuel: “We currently have 3 bedrooms in our B&B, but we will add a 4th room this year. Each room is unique, especially the one where you sleep in an old barn.

All rooms have air conditioning and private bathrooms, but there are no televisions in the rooms. We have a small library and an intimate family-run restaurant on-site that offers local slow-food to our guests only.”
Domu Antiga dining area - Domu Antiga, in Sardinia, Italy
— Domu Antiga dining area

— Please tell us about the cooking classes you offer at the B&B.

Samuel: “The cooking classes are conducted mainly by my mother. All dishes are of course seasonal and local and include specialties like ravioli with ricotta and mint, malloreddus rabbit with aromatic spices, or seadas with honey. The duration of the course is about 5 hours and ends with the final dinner of all the dishes just prepared.”
Bedroom - Domu Antiga, in Sardinia, Italy
— Bedroom
 
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