Villa with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom in Oliena, Sardinia
From £250 per week
Villa to rent in Oliena, Sardinia
This small house was obtained from the renovation of an old shepherd's house. It is located in one of the most interesting areas of Barbagie, at the foot of Su Cologone and Tiscali.
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Villa overview - owner's description
This property is a small but very charming holiday home, and is located in one of the most interesting areas of Barbagie. The house is situated at the foot of Su Cologone and Tiscali, which is a hollow mountain with the ruins of Nuraghe village. This is recommended for guests to visit whilst in the area. The home itself was originally a shepherd's house and has been renovated and kitted out with all necessities for a lovely time away.
This villa is made from brick or stone and was originally built in 1956 and refurbished in 2010. The agent has rated it as a three star property so it is a well-kept villa, equipped with standard furniture. It is also good value for money. The villa is only 4.1km from Oliena. It is set in a good location: there is a restaurant 2km away.
You can also park on-site at no extra charge. The villa is adequately equipped: it has a refrigerator. It also has a barbecue and some garden furniture outside.
This villa does not have any reviews but the agent has 161 reviews for their other properties.
Outside this villa in Oliena, SardiniaThis villa has a barbecue.
Prices and availability
Updated 30 May 2019
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 17 June - 26 July 2019: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
- 27 July - 23 August 2019: changeover day is Saturday.
- 24 August 2019 - 10 January 2020: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
Electricity usage to be paid on site
Throughout 2019: paid locally
Throughout 2019: €13.00 per person per booking (minimum €50.00), paid locally
Bed linen (including towels)
Throughout 2019: €10.00 per person per booking, paid locally
About this villa
- Living room
- Swimming pool
- Front door
- Activity room
- Ground floor
- 1st floor
- 2nd floor
- Not available
- Agent quality rating: three stars
- Year built: 1956
- Year modernised: 2010
- Holiday home (internal area 56 m2)
- Ground and 1st floor
- Villa constructed from brick or stone
- Yes (up to 1)
- Non-smoking house
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- 2 TVs
- Air conditioning cold / hot (1 units)
- Bathroom no. 1: shower, toilet with hot and cold water
- Living room
- Utility room
- Kitchen: hot and cold water
- Gas cooker
- Well insulated for all year round protection
- Electric heating
- Heat pump
- Terrace or similar
- Natural site (external area 11000 m2)
- Secluded plot
- Some garden furniture outside
- Parking on the site (space for 4 cars)
- A barbecue
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Frequently asked questions
When do I receive directions to the villa and key collection information?
Directions and details on how to collect the keys will be emailed to you after you have paid for the booking in full. You will receive full details about your booking including directions to the property and a booking voucher that you need to hand over to the property manager when you receive the keys. In some instances you may need to collect the keys from the property manager’s office or some other location which is not the actual property you have booked to stay in. Please note that the agent provides us with the GPS co-ordinates in the travel directions and we communicate these to you; you should contact the property manager if these are unclear.
Bed sizes / bedrooms
The exact dimensions will vary from property to property but the agent has specified that bed sizes are as follows:
- A single bed is typically 70cm to 85 cm wide and 180cm to 190cm deep.
- A double bed is typically 140cm to 180cm wide and 180cm to 190cm deep.
- A “grand lit” is a European double bed, suitable for couples, and can be smaller than the usual UK or American doubles. It is typically 130cm wide but in some instances may be wider; it is approximately 180cm to 190cm deep.
A bunk bed is two single beds, one on top of another. Some properties also have pull-out beds, sofa beds and/or bed chairs; in a few properties the bed can be low in a wooden frame on the floor. The beds often have terry cloth sheet mattress protectors to protect the mattresses; please use them with the bed linen.
Some properties may have a loft as a bedroom: this is usually an open room at the top of the house with sloping walls and mattresses on a low bed or on the floor itself. You need to climb a ladder to reach this room. Lofts are very popular with children but may not be suitable for adults or elderly guests.
If a property has an annexe then it will typically be a building attached to the main property or a small self-contained building. Annexes often have no central heating.
Please note that bedrooms in holiday rentals are usually not that large; you should refer to the floor plan to get a sense of size.
Quality rating: three stars. The agent rates this as a well-kept, middle of the range holiday property.
What are the consumption costs for electricity, gas, water etc.?
You will need to pay for the energy and water you use during your stay of which electricity is usually the most significant cost. Charges can be based on a fixed per day rate or by the amount of energy used (e.g. kilowatt hours for electricity). We can’t give you a definite figure but as a rough guide you should expect to pay €10 per day for a two bedroom apartment and €20 per day for a 4 bedroom house in the summer months. Please note: air-conditioning is the biggest factor in any bill; if you leave it on all day and open the windows to let in some warm air when the room gets too cold then your electricity bill will soar. Again these cost estimates are a crude rule of thumb and are for guidance only.
Your local agent will advise you of the extra consumption costs when you arrive; these can include electricity, water, heating, gas, telephone calls, internet usage and any tourist taxes where applicable.
Do I need to do anything to arrange any pre-booked optional extras?
If you select any optional extras as part of your booking then you will need to confirm details with the local property manager after the booking has been fully paid. You will receive the property manager’s contact details (phone number and/or email address) after you have paid for the booking and you should contact him or her to confirm details. If you cannot get hold of the property manager then please contact the Clickstay support team for further assistance.
Please note: you do not need to contact the property manager about any compulsory extras such as final cleaning (i.e. cleaning upon departure).
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This villa is managed by an established travel agent that was founded over 40 years ago. We've been working with them since December 2016 and have had 489 bookings with them.
Past bookings: 489 bookings
Response rate: 85%
Response time: within 10 hours
Number of properties: over 1,000