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Just had 2 amazing weeks at the Belair. The family that run it are wonderful. They work so hard to make your stay a good one. The rooms are comfortable, we had 2 large single beds but we pushed them together. There was only one...More
My 12 year old son and I have just come back from a stay at the Belair Hotel. It is a family run hotel and nothing seemed to be too much trouble. The location is excellent - literally just across the road from the shingle...More
Arrived on 26 July till 2 August. This was our 4th time in Nidri and a first at the splendid Bel-Air. Our first family holiday for 10 years normally just my wife & youngest son. This time our eldest son and daughter + daughters boyfriend...More
We have just returned from the BelAir Hotel 26th July-9th August 2015, and WoW! What a fantabulous time we had.My husband and two teenagers 15 & 18 & as they both described, 'we had the best holiday!'
Bel Air is situated on a main road...More
Having read mixed reviews we were not sure what to expect. We booked fairly last minute and were restricted to a particular day and Lefkada was only choice. We've been to quite a few Greek islands and this is definitely one of the best. Very...More
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Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place... More
Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place really nice and excellent value. Trata right at the end of town is a lovely family run Greek with good priced food.