To be honest I stayed in "Sa Dom'e Forru" just for one night in August 2011. We were met by the owner, who immediately offered Sardinian beer/water to us - to get to know his guests! :) The house is big, spacious. It is a real old Sardinian house, with very nice old furniture and all kind of decorations, but everything is renovated. We had a room on the ground floor - nice and with lots of space (in comparison with some B&B). The room was furnished with the basic things (bed, night table, a chair), the bathroom was large: shower, bide, hair-dryer... The breakfast was Italian style - sweets and coffee - but absolutely sufficient.
The only negative things I can mention are, firstly, there was acclimatisation missing in the room, and secondly (which even is not B&B's fault!), the house is located just besides the church. The bell of the church is quiet at night, but... is starting to ring at 7am! So, if you are not an "early bird" - it can be rather disturbing (ear plugs doesn't help)...
As for the town itself - its a small, cute, calm place. People are friendly and there are lots of sight-seeing places around in the region.
All in all, I liked staying at this B&B and I would come back there again (yes, even with the bell ringing :)).More