Its 26 guest rooms are divided into three categories: no view of the lake (standard), a partial view of the lake, and a full view of the lake (superior). Inside though, there isn't a huge difference between the categories. Large, warmly furnished and well-equipped (a fully stocked minibar, Wi-Fi Internet (at an extra cost), air-conditioning, a flat-screen television, etc.), the guest rooms all have a traditional Sardinian decor (you'll either love it or you'll hate it) with just the main colour that varies. The large bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub and a bidet. The superior guest rooms also have a coffee machine and free Wi-Fi in addition to the other amenities.
The major difference between the room categories is therefore the view. While the guest rooms that look out onto oak trees are far from unpleasant, it is true that having your own little terrace looking out over the lake and equipped with a table and chairs is something extra special. In any case, and regardless of the room, the view from all of them is peaceful.