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Quiet - large and comfortable room with good view - good lounge - good service - english spoken Garden overgrown and unattractive
The location, nice and quiet place, the service
The hotel was nice "affordable luxury", staff friendly, good continental breakfast, the area was beautiful. The location: is not suitable to all as it's in a very tiny village with only a few pizzerias/bars 15-20 mins on a windy road from Bosa or a beach, impossible to find without a GPS. The noise: the village hangout is right in front of the hotel so you can't leave your window open at night.
The style of the hotel which has been built in 1920 during the Art Déco period. We were offered a Suite for the price of a trebble room which was quite nice. Beautiful view on the mountains and the see. No
The staff were very helpful the bedroom was the best we have had in any country with lovely views down to the sea breakfast out on the balcony listening to the birds sing. nothing
Nice little village, beautifull hotel. Great rooms, very quiet
Very nice, friendly reception. Breakfast excellent. The heater took a bit long to make the room warm (October).
Pleasant hotel with nice style and friendly staff
Service correct. Owners speak French and English. Nice Garden. Beatifull view over the hills right up to the sea.Close to Bosa and the sea (10 min drive),
Room were of an excellent standard. Luxury, when compared to most Italian hotels. Hotel is large old reburbished house which has been done with taste to a high standard. All rooms are different we decor and comfort are first class. Hotel is small and intimate and staff are very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was a little uninspiring.
Beautiful surroundings, friendly owners - driving up the dirt track to the building made me feel like a rally driver. Within easy driving distance of the sea and other local towns. No air-conditioning
The hotel is a great starting point to go and see the cities of Bosa en Guglieri and the lovely beach Is Arenas and the inlands of Sardinia. You need a car to get to the agriturismo and to visit the cities. The host of the Agriturismo is very nice and the rooms are large, clean and it has a nice garden. You can have dinner in the agriturismo which is good and not expensive. Great place!
We were there just for one night, on route to a different location. The feeling is that they are trying to charge extra for everything. The breakfast is very poor.
Nice country side house, ability to see sheep farm.
The location of the hotel is very good, on the hill with fantastic sight,lonlely and quiet. The ocean view from the terrace where we had our breakfast and dinner, is unforgettably beautiful. Rooms are simple but comfortable. Very friendly and kind personals.
The area is very nice, staff is helpful! the rooms are very noisy (you can hear what people say in the other rooms)
good English, clean, home cooking
Nice and quiet location, with very friendly people. Spacious and very clean room. Back to nature. Surrounding is fantastic in real Sardinian landscape. Near enough to Bosa, only half an hour by car. Bit hard to find, even with navigation.
A very pleasant B&B on a working farm. The breakfast served on the patio was by far and away the best we had in Sardinia, and better than we have had in expensive mainland hotels.
Friendly hosts, charming location, clean room, super breakfast on terrace. Remote and isolated location ideal for peace and quiet. Difficult access track.
Outstanding hospitality. Very comfortable room. Very scenic location.
Friendly and welcoming Bed and breakfast was up a very narrow and bendy unmade road on earth and stones, not paved and longer than described. Very rough going with some stone walls on either side - we stratched the side of the car.
Friendly family, relaxed atmosphere, helpful hosts, comfortable room No.
Wonderfully friendly and welcoming couple. Lovely location, close to the beautiful villages of Sennariolio and Tinnaru.
Nice location, good room, nice breakfast
The beautiful, quiet location close to a small village. That the S'Imbiligu had only 3 guest rooms and it was run as a family business, with the proprietors living in the house. Very friendly and welcoming proprietors. I would have preferred one of the two rooms which had en suite facilities. Having said that, the large bathroom solely for our use, was just opposite our bedroom.