Old-town lodging on four floors (there’s a lift), with small but comfortable en-suite rooms, full of character, with air-conditioning, wi-fi and TVs. The abundant breakfasts are usually served in a separate building nearby. Pietro, the owner/manager, is happy to dispense local advice.
Right on the main street, the three rooms here are located around a courtyard, each with its own entrance. They don’t have views but are cool, spacious and quiet, with modern bathrooms, fridges and air-conditioning. Breakfast is available at a bar across the road. Emanuele, the friendly and helpful owner, offers arriving guests an aperitivo of local Malvasia.
Traditional house in a quiet nook of the old town, tastefully converted with all the modern amenities. The spacious rooms have character and style, and all have air-conditioning, satellite TV and small but modern en-suite bathrooms. The owner, Cinzia, is friendly and helpful.
On the river bank, this finely renovated old palazzo has spacious and functional rooms, beautifully decorated, and some with views. If rooms aren’t available in the main building, you may be staying in one of the equally comfortable annexes. Wi-fi and bikes are available.
This three-star hotel in the heart of the old town has most of its rooms in a beautifully restored nineteenth-century palazzo, while others are located in a town-house dug out of the rock nearby, with inspiring views. All rooms have modern fixtures and facilities, fridges and wi-fi. Breakfast is taken in the Taverna bar across the road. Vanna, the manager and co-owner, is an expert on the local wine scene (aghinas = grapes in the Sard language).
Two grand, aristocratic-style apartments are right on Bosa’s main square, with a bird’s-eye view of the comings and goings. The large, bright rooms are tastefully furnished and have a/c. Everything is provided—towels, sheets, kitchen items—and one of the two has a terrace balcony. Both are on the third floor of the building, however, so not suitable for anyone averse to climbing stairs.
In the warren of lanes that make up Bosa’s Sa Costa quarter, this tall narrow house has got plenty of atmosphere. It’s been beautifully modernised inside, with surprisingly airy rooms, and there’s a small terrace. Sheets and towels are provided.
This modern villetta is in the new part of town, just over the river from the old quarter. It’s on two floors and has a small terrace. There are two bedrooms upstairs, both with balconies, and a lounge with French windows below. All towels, sheets and kitchen items are there—and there’s a TV.