Hotel Su Gologone


Central Sardinia  |  Oliena

68 rooms - Sleeping 2-4

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Nestled in the foothills of the Supramonte mountain range, the Hotel Su Gologone is a hidden gem.


2024 Early Booking Offer

  • Stay four nights for the price of three on selected dates!


It is rare to find a hotel with so much charm and character. Built in the local style, Hotel Su Gologone climbs up the hillside with secret courtyards, spectacular views and, everywhere you turn, local arts and crafts including samples of traditional costumes.

The décor of all the rooms makes great use of local designs and textiles, while offering a high standard of comfort and modern conveniences. Most rooms have views of the forest-clad mountains while the remaining look out over the lush gardens. 

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The restaurant is renowned, attracting gastronomes from all over the island and even the mainland. The focus is on traditional Sardinian specialities including ‘porchettu’, pork roasted on juniper wood spits. Also on offer are a variety of home-made pastas, breads and pastries and a wide choice of wines, including the very good local Oliena wine. An excellent breakfast is served on a large terrace, with country-style furnishings and lovely views overlooking the swimming pool which is filled with water from the Su Gologone spring.

The ideal base for walking in the wild Sardinian countryside and hiking up the mountains, you’ll also find fascinating craft workshops on offer, star-gazing evenings observing a night sky unaffected by light pollution, as well as wine and grappa tasting in Hotel Su Gologone's cellars. For those moments of relaxation, cool of in the enticing pool or relax in one of the individual gazebos and hammocks dotted around the gardens.

Official local hotel rating: 4 star



Good to know

  • A tourist tax is payable locally to all hotels in Italy and costs between 2 and 5 per person per night.




Facilities in hotel

Swimming pool, outdoor Jacuzzi, four restaurants, three bars: Bar Ciusa, Bar Gazebo, Bar Tablao, wine cellar, tennis courts, mini golf, children’s play area, gym, Wi-Fi. Payable locally: wellness centre, horse riding, wine and oil tasting, excursions, mountain bikes.

Facilities in room

En-suite facilities, television, telephone, mini-bar, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, safe, kettle, coffee machine.


  • Beach: Cala Cartoe 23km
  • Restaurants: on site, Oliena 5km
  • Shops: Oliena 5km
  • Main Town: Oliena 5km
  • Airport: Olbia 100km

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Rooms at Hotel Su Gologone


From £1,382pp

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From £1,506pp

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Junior Suite

From £1,785pp

Sleeps up to 2 


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Junior Suite Deluxe

From £2,033pp

Sleeps up to 3 


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About the Local Area


Surrounded by vineyards, olive groves and almond orchards, Oliena is a picturesque town with quaint streets and a 15th century church. The town itself has a reputation for producing one of the island’s finest wines. From here, you can get guided tours to the archaeological site of Tiscali, a Nuraghic village deep in the mountains.


Cala Gonone
Accessible by boat or on foot, the secluded beaches around Cala Gonone are backed by limestone cliffs and lapped by crystal clear water.

Cala Luna
South of Cala Gonone lies the exquisite beach of Cala Luna, backed by majestic limestone and macchia covered mountains.

Piscinas dunes
A stunning stretch of coastline and 9km of sandy beach.


Easter - Various locations
Costumes, processions and intense drama are the main ingredients of Sardinia's various festas commemorating Easter.

Festa dell' Annunziata - Bitti - May
A pastoral celebration of the Annuciation.

S’Ardia horse race - Sedilo - July
One of the most exciting annual events on the island, in which bareback riders race recklessly around the church of Sant'Antine among a lively audience participation. It's a thrilling spectacle, full of hot tempers, commotion and displays of virility.


In the village of Tiscali, deep in the mountains, you will find the remains of a Nuraghic village dramatically sited within a vast hollow space inside the mountain itself.

Nuoro’s museum
The museo della Vita e delle Tradizioni Sarde is the island’s most comprehensive collection of costumes, masks and handicrafts – a fascinating overview of the rural culture of the interior.

Gorropu Gorge
One of the deepest and most spectacular in Southern Europe. It is also the highlight of one of Sardinia's beast walks.

Sample traditional Sardinian cuisine in a farm restaurant.