Back in 2000 we embarked in a 15 year long project: rebuild a 300 year old stazzu (traditional sardinian farmhouse) in the middle of the Sardinian countryside that had been in our family since mid 18th century.
We learnt that there is nothing like giving new life to an old place that carries all the strength of memories and true identity.
We wanted a place that would forever feel like home, a place to come back to, to spend a life or simply a summer, to regenerate and rebound before flying back to our other homes wherever they may be.
We called it Casa Sadde, from the Sardinian name for valley, s’adde. this was the name given to the land attached to the property. The steep downhills made it a worthless piece of land for agriculture or farming, but also allow for unexpected views of the faraway sea where they wouldn’t be otherwise possible.
Keeping alive an old family tradition of hospitality, since 2012 we have welcomed guests from all over the world and organized workshops and culinary experiences. We wanted to give our visitors a chance to really get to know this island, its culture, its people. We wanted them to feel what a real and alive culture Sardinia has, far away from the touristic hotspots, in the middle of nowhere but actually right at the core of Sardinia’s truest identity.
While we are no longer operating as a b&b, we gladly keep welcoming guests to our guest suite, an independent unit detached from the main house, to enjoy the beauty of this corner of Sardinia at their own pace.
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