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Reviewed 4 June 2014

I stayed with my partner at the Bardis hotel in September 2013 (after the school holidays to avoid the children and busiest season). The hotel is excellent value for money, with free wi-fi, buffet breakfast, use of the pool, small fridge, air con and TV.
I can't speak highly enough of the lady who owns the hotel, she was polite, welcoming and helpful to us both.
We were slightly worried when booking as we couldn't pay online in advance of our arrival. I called to confirm and was reassured to just pay cash when we arrive. She offered to arrange airport collection for us, but as we were hiring a car I can't give a review for this service.

The room and ensuite bathroom were clean and comfortable. They were tidied and the beds made for us each day, with a change of towels etc halfway through the week.

The hotel is located just a minutes walk from the small village. Arrilas is a quiet seaside resort with restaurants and small shops lining the beach front. The restaurants range from cheap family owned to more expensive a la carte, we tried to eat somewhere different each night and I couldn't fault the food or service at any of them.
There is a selection of bars & dancing just around the corner from the beach front (at the northern end), but again I can't review as we didn't try these.
We attended the wine festival, which wasn't hard to miss with dancing and a donkey being paraded around the streets. The festival included a BBQ, all you can drink wine and live local music. I understand that the villages rotate their festivals and it's well worth goingt to one!

I'd recommend hiring a car if you want to do a bit more on your holiday. We never got round to using the swimming pool as Arillas is ideally located with lots of attracitions and towns as you follow the coast in either direction. It is also only an hour or so from the airport.

If you're looking for a nice cheap hotel as a good base to expolre the island then I couldn't recommend this enough.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank C3077
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Reviewed 23 February 2014

I stayed at the Bardis Hotel in august last year and am staying again this summer. Dorita, her daughter and staff are lovely folk, nothing is too much trouble.

The room was a good size, clean and tidy. The pool is the best I have experienced on my many visits to Greece. Big, clean and quiet! My only complaint is that I did not get any photos of this fantastic place! Will make sure I do this summer - check out the hotel's website for pics tho, all very accurate.

The Bardis Hotel is located just around the corner from the beach, a great supermarket and some lovely tavernas. A 5-10 minute stroll will bring you to the main road where there are more tavernas and bars, I say bars - there are only 3 in Arillas, all have live music and a great atmosphere. I recommend the Greek Night at the Hotel Marina on a saturday (book, it gets busy!).

The Bardis is also well located for an early morning stroll up to the village of Afionas - the road gets quite steep so I advise to take water and walk when it is cool. Follow the road to the end then turn RIGHT, not left as I first did... you go down to get up, if that makes sense!

Once at the viewing point you can sit and admire the fabulous view over Arillas. I highly recommend lunch at the Panorama taverna, delicious food, great views and a much needed breeze!

Another walk is up to the Akoritiri Cafe (and over to San Stefanos if you fancy). They serve delicious food and the best coffee with ice cream ever! The views down to Arillas and San Stefanos are great too.

I am very much looking forward to my next vist at the Bardis Hotel this summer :)

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled solo
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Reviewed 8 May 2013

What can we cay..... this is a brilliant place to stay... so close to the beach/restaurants etc. we love Arillas and would stay anywhere but this was really lovely... Room was nice right on the end by the spiral staircase with a corner balcony... fridge in the room which was really useful.. Breakfast was lovely, alternating between bacon and egg and continental. The family who run it are lovely and friendly. Lovely pool.. We got a taxi from the airport and arrived late at night but the key was ready for us so we just left everything in the room and went straight down to the restaurants/bar for a cold beer. As it is on the corner it can get a bit busy with cars going by (rat run) and walkers but it didnt matter to us as it gave us something to watch and everyone is friendly in Arillas anyway. Would go back whenever we can.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Surreygirl57
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Reviewed 5 March 2011

I went here in June 2005 with my partner - It was so relaxing. Plenty to do and see in Corfu, but do not book any excursions through your travel agents. The chances are you will check in quite late as the coach transfer takes a while. The travel agents are quick to get you to meet them the next morning to sign up and pay for any excursions so you don't see the same excursions advertised at literally half the price in the local shop windows. It's only then you realised you've been had! The excursions are really great and the translator provided is A1 - really know their stuff. I recommend going on them as they are well worth paying for. The hotel is basic but very clean and well run. The breakfast is really good, fresh and tasty! The staff are so friendly and really go out of their way to help in any way they can. There is a sandy beach just yards away which is good as a lot of beaches in Corfu are pebble. I would go back tomorrow if I could. I didn't want to leave.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank W_Hume71
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Reviewed 20 October 2009

We had a great holiday here in Arillas, Corfu. This hotel has all rooms facing the pool.. the end rooms have a sea view from the balcony... only two minutes from the beach and restaurants.. The owner, Dorita does a good breakfast, alternates between cooked and continental... could be a bit boring but we took our own marmite for a change with the toast and others took their own favourites too. All in all it was very good and nice and freshly cooked.

The rooms are a good size with tv, a/c.. fridge and kettle..which is useful in b & b as this hotel is not self catering... good shower too.

I was a bit worried about the spiral staircases which were the main accesses but you soon get used to it but were extra careful when they were wet.

All in all a really good place to stay. You have to book this independently and therefore you can meet many people from other countries which is a plus.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled as a couple
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