Center City, 20 meters from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and 100 meters from the busy and noisy Corso Garibaldi our B & B is located in an attic of a building with a breathtaking view of the cityscape and the surrounding area.
Center City, 20 meters from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and 100 meters from the busy and noisy Corso Garibaldi our B & B is located in an attic of a building with a breathtaking view of the cityscape and the surrounding area. Slightly indented from the traffic can rest in total peace and tranquility on new beds and latex mattresses. We have three bedrooms air conditioning, two with private bathroom inside the room and one with shared bathroom. We offer a generous and nice breakfast in the common room or weather permitting on our comfortable terrace. Close to all amenities: restaurants, bars, shops, banks, museums, Pharmacy
WI FI In all the rooms FREE
Perfect location to visit the city an his monuments by foot, last free parking in downtown and at 20 meters from city bus station.
Close to Nuoro in a circle of 20 km. : Tiscali, Supramonte, Orgosolo, Oliena, Cala Gonone, beach, Cala Luna, Trkking, lake and many other ......
Massimo and Carla's B&B is in a great location, just a minutes walk to the old part of Nuoro. It is quiet and peaceful with a lovely terrace overlooking the town where breakfast is served but you can also enjoy it at other times of the day. Perfect for seeing the sunset. Massimo made some great suggestions for dining out, you can trust him. The breakfast was very good with nice strong coffee. Thank you Massimo and Carla, we enjoyed our stay. I would recommend staying here.
Siamo due viaggiatori ed amiamo conoscere posti nuovi e persone nuove, abbiamo, cosi, deciso, di strutturare la nostra casa per accogliere nuovi amici con i confort che chi viaggia cerca.
Viaggiando abbiamo compreso ed imparato ad amare la nostra città e la nostra terra, e cosi le abbiamo voluto rendere omaggio scegliendo un nuraghe con una “ noce d’oro” al posto del cuore, come simbolo del B&B.
Il nuraghe simboleggia la Sardegna e la “noce d’oro” Nuoro o Nùgoro (“Nughe’e’Oro”).