We (a couple) stayed for four nights in July 2013.
This is a proper agritursimo which is a working farm, hotel and restaurant all in one. It is located a few kilometers from a small village in a particular area of Sardinia. This is atmospheric: sharp (though not very high) peaks and boulder filled valleys; and pleasantly cooler than other regions due to its altitude.
We stayed in one of the purpose built holiday huts in the cork grove which was spacious, clean and air-conditioned; the sheets were changed daily; the pool was very nice (sun loungers with roofs), though the sun set on it around 18h00; the dinners were fantastic with wine produced by the farm; also wonderful breakfasts, the home made yoghurt was to die for.
None as such but generally:
This place was a memorable hotel with a great atmosphere, I think nearly all the staff were family, and even though it was well out of the way the restaurant was popular with Italian non-guests. Here and there it was a bit rough around the edges: wine made on the farm seemed of varying quality; some of the service was not awfully professional; there were quite a few dogs around, all of which were owned by the farm and good-natured, though not all that clean. Over all the important points were covered and the charm of the place won us over.
We forgave its foibles and loved the place. Warmly recommended.