I was looking at getting the tutti bambini, but I've read a lot about them being a nightmare to actually get delivered on time and hard to find sheets to fit them. This looks like a good alternative and is a lot cheaper while it's on offer.
If you have the space, personally I would get a regular sized crib and take one side off. The cost will likely be less and you'll get more use out of it. We got one from IKEA and it was definitely less than that (I think maybe 100 or so totally including mattress). Most babies will outgrow those by about 3-4 months and if you decide you want to keep baby with you longer then that, then you'll end up having to buy something else. But a proper crib that's modified, assuming you or your partner are handy with a drill and screw driver as you'll have to adjust the mattress height, will last you a long time. We used ours until our dd was 1 and we still use the mattress for travel and camping (she's 4, it's gotten a lot of use). So much better value for money.
I don’t have this one but I do have the Tutti Bambini one. Baby isn’t here yet(!) but with regard to sheets look for ones that are made for the Chicco Next 2 Me. They seem to be available from more places in their own brand rather than buying branded sheets. I think I got my sheets off eBay but sure Mothercare etc will do some too. The mattress in them is pretty much the same size (unlike the Snuz Pod which is tiny in comparison!) but they would much rather you spend £25 on a pair of sheets than realise that the size for the Next 2 Me fit and are more readily available!
I've bought the kindercraft 2 in 1 bedside crib as it was much cheaper I do rate it although baby hasnt arrived yet it's slightly unsteady when you move it about but seems fine mattress is very thin though so I am now trying to find an additional mattress