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Hotel in Bosa
Offering views of the Temo River and located 164 feet from Ponte Vecchio in picturesque Bosa, Palazzo Pischedda has uniquely furnished rooms decorated with elegant furnishings. Hotel was lovely with very pleasant and helpful staff. We loved our stay.
Hotel in Bosa
Located in Bosa and within 1.6 miles of Spiaggia di Bosa Marina, Bosa Queen House features a terrace, allergy-free rooms, and free WiFi throughout the property. Breakfast (with homemade cake, fresh fruit salad, and other goodies) was delicious. Rooms were air conditioned, a great size, clean, and comfortable. The staff was lovely and helpful with all of our questions and there was a beautiful rooftop terrace to enjoy. We were sad to be only staying one night!
Hotel in Bosa
Hotel Baja Romantica is located in Bosa Marina, just a 5-minute walk from the beach. It offers free internet, free parking and air-conditioned rooms with panoramic views. The stuff was extremely friendly and the breakfast was varied and delicious.
Hotel in Bosa
Located in Bosa, 29 miles from Alghero Marina, Giardini Malaspina provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar. location. amazing restaurant. friendly atmosphere
Hotel in Bosa
Located 2.5 mi from the center of Bosa, Hotel Sa Lumenera is a family-run hotel and offers a restaurant and free WiFi throughout. It is a 10-minute walk from the beach. it was in an amazing position
Hotel in Bosa
This charming 3-star hotel is in a quiet, tranquil location on the tree-lined Viale Alghero, just half a mile from the sea and just over a quarter mile from the historic center of Bosa.
Isola Rossa is a comfortable hotel located just 820 feet from the main beach in Bosa, a pleasant marine village of western Sardinia. Close to town yet on a quiet street. Beds comfortable. Outside deck nice. Clothesline cord in shower!!! Staff is very helpful and the breakfast was very nice on their front deck.
Located in Bosa center, this luxury guest house offers modern rooms with wood floors and hydromassage showers. It is just a few steps from the bus stop to the harbor and airport. Easy self check in, good location. There's a supermarket near, the city center is not far away as well.
Located in Bosa, 1.6 miles from Spiaggia di Bosa Marina and 29 miles from Alghero Marina, Bomarosa B&B has accommodations with free WiFi. very friendly and kind owners. We had a warm welcome and lovely help to find a parking spot in the street. Amazing Apartement in a very beatiful city with great restaurants.
Casa Pagiò is housed in 15th Century tower and is located in the historical Bosa. It features free WiFi throughout and classic-style rooms with a private bathroom. Beautiful historical building in the heart of Bosa. Very warm owners happy to point us to the best beaches and restaurants in the area. Room was very clean, spacious and charming. Breakfast with home made local products set up outside on the beautiful narrow street. I highly recommend this place for a real Sardinian hospitality experience.
Bosa Queen House, Palazzo Pischedda, and Giardini Malaspina are some of the popular hotels in Bosa.
These hotels in Bosa are highly rated by couples: Bosa Queen House, Palazzo Pischedda, and Hotel Baja Romantica.
On average, 3-star hotels in Bosa cost $215 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bosa are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bosa can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Giardini Malaspina, Hotel Sa Lumenera, and Hotel Baja Romantica got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Bosa.
For hotels in Bosa that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Palazzo Pischedda, Hotel Baja Romantica, and Giardini Malaspina.
Many families visiting Bosa loved staying at Bosa Queen House, Giardini Malaspina, and Palazzo Pischedda.
We stayed an extra two days and we discovered new and interesting things around each corner. The villages on the plateau behind, partticularly Tinnura and Flussio and their wall paintings, ceramics, and trompe l'oeil images by Pina Monne. of men and women and local crafts and bygone agricultural methods. They are staggeringly good .The beaches and bays to the north and to the south are wonderful. Plenty of choice in the restaurants where the staff are friendly and welcoming. September is a very good time to visit...not too busy!! Bosa is at the end of a road which crosses the island from east to west. Macomer a half an hour to the east has regular trains to Cagliari and Sassari. A second station over the road which functions on narrow gauge track has regular trains to Nuoro.
A car is essential to get the best out of the area. Parking presents no difficulty-save for in the centre of Bosa during working hours. The shops supply anything one can reasonably want and there are a number of decent restaurants to choose from. It is not too crowded in September -but there are enough visitors for most places to be fully functioning. Just wandering through the back streets is a pleasure and the castle and museums are worth a visit.
Beautiful village near the river temo looking at cristal clear sea Water. There is a medieval castle and the old village is all around it. Restaurants serve excellent food, portions are big and pizza delicious. Fish is always fresh but you can also find delicious meat choice. Malvasia is the local wine, very sweet served with desserts.Local people seem to be harsh at first but they are instead gentle kind and really fond of hospitality. Nearby, in the village of Macomer you can visit Nuraghe Santa Barbara And all an historical site. Guides are local and passionate about their work. A must to do. We will go back
Historic Bosa is a very charming town with a special atmosphere. The oldest part on the hill under the castle is amazing, full of character and feels like jumping back in time. Old cobblestone narrow streets, stairs, passages and tiny squares. It is not too big, some people say a half day is enough but if you want to enjoy the calm and the atmosphere, have a nice dinner somewhere or see a great local food (and other stuff) market on Wednesdays on Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, and see the medieval castle on the hill, have a walk (or swim) at the beach take two days.
Bosa takes the visitor back in time. With amazing, peaceful scenes just out my large window, I could enjoy the River and the reflection of the Old Tannery buildings on the other side. Life in Bosa is slow moving, truly a down to earth experience shared with the locals who live there. If you go to Sardinia, you must visit Bosa!
Large beach, just out of the old town, river cruises, bars, restaurants, friendly locals, it's got it all. Old town to explore, plenty of hidden eateries and bars in the back streets, if you take time to find them. Amazing views from the Castello, and that's another thing worth exploring. Don't overlook the south side of the river, it's not just there to take pictures of the town, although at night there are photo opportunities both on and over the bridges. Don't take my word for it though, we've been going there over ten years and still not tired of it, one of our favourite places on Sardegna.
Brand new apartment in a quite part of the town but still just a few minutes walk from the centre. If you're coming by car you can easily park right outside of the apartment building (for free). Out host, Giusy, was super helpful and she sent us many useful tips where to get the best food and what to see in and around Bosa. If you enjoy big comfy beds this place will meet your expectations. And btw, Bosa is wonderful! Stay here more than just a night, you'll love it here :)
This was one of the best B&B's we stayed in in Sardinia. The room had lovely decor and the view out the window overlooking the colourful houses was amazing! The hosts were very helpful and provided a delicious breakfast in the morning. Bosa is a very picturesque town and you can spend time walking along the narrow streets and visit the castle for a birds eye view of the town. I would definitely stay at this B&B again, thank you!
Great location, close to old town. The reception staff is very friendly and helpful. Place is clean, great shower, comfy bed. The breakfast is nice and hotel has a nice restaurant for dinner too. Alessandro at the reception is true professional and was very helpful. Also the girls running breakfast are great and very friendly. It's a nice property, probably one of the best in Bosa. They also provide parking for hotel guests.
Parking in front of the house. Easy collection of keys. Easy communication with the host even though it's all through Google Translate. Overall clean apartment. Incredible value - it was our cheapest stay in Sardinia but actually one of the nicer ones. The apartment had all facilities including washing machine and equipped kitchen - suitable for longer stays. Bed was comfortable and had good light isolation. Lovely balcony.
We loved this accommodation. Check in was easy with our host Antonio who explained everything to us and gave us a welcome espresso in the shared kitchen area, where breakfast was served. He gave us directions to the beach and restaurants and loaned us a beach umbrella.. There is great attention to detail in this contemporary, stylish room. The shower is the best I have seen in any hotel or B & B.
Cosy little hotel located on a beautiful Piazza in the miraculous city of Bosa. Excellent Hosts with interesting stories to tell. Had dinner at the exclusive restaurant across the building and enjoyed the charme of the PIAZZA at night to the music of a couple of genius blues musicians. Couldn't ask for more. I enjoyed my stay, and was able to work remote perfectly due to a top internet service.
The hotel has a nice pool where you can relax lying under trees and enjoy a good coffee from the pool bar. The hotel is also very close to the beach (about 5-10 minutes by foot) and a couple of good restaurants. The room was quite spacious and clean even though it looked a little old. The hotel staff is very nice and able to speak/understand English which is not common in Sardinia.
The staff was really pleasant and helpful. One of the employees helped me to seek quickly for an open pharmacy in Bosa (since in Bosa Marina is no pharmacy --> watch out for dragon fish!). The room was quite big, with a lovely terrace which has a nice view over the Temo river. The breakfast was good and we had the possibility to eat outside, in the garden.
Beautiful historical building in the heart of Bosa. Very warm owners happy to point us to the best beaches and restaurants in the area. Room was very clean, spacious and charming. Breakfast with home made local products set up outside on the beautiful narrow street. I highly recommend this place for a real Sardinian hospitality experience.
this is probably one of the nicest places to stay on the island plus it’s a great value. it’s easy to park free nearby and easy to walk to. the staff were super nice but the property was incredibly clean and well done. this is an international level hotel at a local price. could not recommend more and Bosa is great!
Excellent serviced house near the restaurant and at walkable distance of Bosa old city. Practical and functional, the rooms where very nice and the hose helpfull. The restaurant on site is amazing.
The host was very friendly. The room was simple but good. Had everything we need for 1 night. Bosa is wonderful! Breakfast was Italian style in a nice coffee.
the apartment is located in the typical old Bosa building so good for true local experience. The kitchen is fully equipped. Very clean.
this place was really clean and in a good quiet location in between bosa and bosa marina. the owner was kind and always smiling.
The location was in the Higher parts of Bosa which was nice because of the view. Also was it quiet dark and not to hot at night.