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La Mesenda was once the farm-house barn; it has now been refurbished and turned into a country guest house.

View from the main part of the Bed & Breakfast with a glimpse of the surrounding garden.

It is possible to take a rest in the shade of the centenary plants at any time of the day.

The festina, which was used in barns to hang pots and pans, containers and other utensils used for dairy products.

The wrought-iron benches and tables that are found in the gardens allow our guests to relax and immerse themselves in the peaceful surroundings.

The reproduction of an old well, which was once the only source of drinkable water.

The wrought-iron benches and tables that are found in the gardens allow our guests to relax and immerse themselves in the peaceful surroundings.

Disposte nel giardino attrezzature originali, oggi affascinante ricordo di antichi strumenti usati per la lavorazione della terra.

A glimpse of the guest house as the sun sets on a perfect day in June.

The typical symbol of the Gallura, the 'rooster' is found on the rooftop and indicates the direction of the wind.

Features of the Lavender and Bougainville plants.

One of the entrances to our Breakfast lounge 'Lu Smulzu'.

Every side of the building is full of flowers, bushes and plants that bloom in late spring.

The wrought-iron benches and tables that are found in the gardens allow our guests to relax and immerse themselves in the peaceful surroundings.

Our residence is full of authentic wrought-iron objects made by specialized craftsmen of the Gallura region.

There are characteristic stones called 'tafoni' that are also found in our garden.

At La Mesenda, the sunset leaves everybody without breath :-)

Beh, I'm a very beautiful cat. Don't you think so? ;-)

Our Lola :-).

Arzachena by night

Our cows retreat to the surrounding hills when the plants no longer provide the necessary shade from the sun.

Nobody dares to put our bull's dominant roll of the 'barn' in discussion. :)

Here is part of our small herd that provides us with the ingredients for the yogurt that we make for breakfasts.

They are so sweet!!!

Just a while of relax, please ...

A little caw on the first spring sun :-)

It was hard to take the picture, but at the end ... here she is, our martora!

It's easy to meet a turtle that lazily goes around in the garden.

The curl, a friend of ours, comes and meets us every morning :-)

Me (Mesenda) and Tenerè.

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