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Travellers Advice on Rebeccas Village Hotel | Corfu
Set in its own spacious grounds in the Karousades area, Rebecca's Village offers an excellent standard of accommodation.
Situated just 2 kilometers from the beach and resort facilities in Sidari, this is the ideal retreat for those wanting to escape the everyday hustle and bustle and have a truly memorable holiday. Considered as one of the quietest and mind resting places in the northern part of Corfu.'Rebecca's Village Hotel is ready to provide luxury, relaxation and enjoyment in a friendly and hospitable environment.
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Re: Rebecca's is the place to go to chill out, relax and enjoy !
by Mr I Kelly on July 2008 | Overal Rating of Rebeccas Village Hotel: 9/10
Returned from holiday on 5th August and must say that all the family ( wife and three teenage kids) have had a fantastic time at Rebecca's villiage. Accomodation was first rate, apartments were very spacious and kept very clean by the hardworking cleaners. Hotel was good. Reception staff very friendly and helpful (particularly Pavlo who always worked the night shift).
Amenities in the hotel were good. The pool area is fabulous, better than any other hotel I have been to, pool bar food was cheap and good. Rebeccas Vilage hotel restaurant food was okay but can be bettered by walking into Sidari. The walk to Sidari is not too far, about 1km (dont walk on the main road it is much better to go over the crossroads and along the sea front). Spent many nights eating at the Kavviados restaurant, great food, great atmosphere and good prices. Costas one of the waiters is really a great guy to get to know. Rebecca's is the place to go to chill out, relax and enjoy. Great holiday !!!!

Re: Overall brilliant holiday would love to go back !
by Miss L Moss July 2008 | Overal Rating of Rebeccas Village Hotel: 9/10
Got back from Rebecca Village last week 5th August. What a super time we had. Me, Simon and our 2 daughters aged 12 & 13. We wish that we were still there. Met 2 really lovely families. The Scousers and the family from Coventry. We had a ball. The food was lovely especially Pizza Romania (beautiful surrounding and decent food). It is just next to the church past Mikey's Inn. (Please try). Mikey's Inn is lovely and the staff are English. We loved the Olympic where we celebrated Steve the scousers 50th B'day. (The food was beautiful). The Sunset was nice although, it was chocker and we waited for 1 and half hrs for food but, again the surroundings were nice. We met Al pacino the taxi driver who was nice although, he could have been telling us anything as his English was poor. Please... Please try the Karoke bar on the right hand side at the end of the strip (forget what it's called). For every drink you buy you get a free sambuka (that Simon drank). There is also a guy in there that tries to sing I BELIEVE I CAN FLY (Hysterical)... He lives on the beach in the day and get free drinks at night for singing. (Not good for the ear drums).
Rebeccas Village complex itself was beautiful and the people were nice. (Get up early in the morning for a sunbed) or you'll be on the floor. The walk to the nearest shop was nightmare (I would walk there at 3.30 and get the beach bus back). God love scouser Steve who would get the newspaper in the morning (he did everything) Ha! Overall brilliant holiday would love to go back (give it a couple of years). Accomodation was fab. Apartments lovely, Poor facilities if you want to cook (but! I go on holiday to be cooked for). The kettle works for the brew in the morning on the balcony and that's what mattered. People were lovely. Evening receptionist was very friendly, Spiros was nice enough.. . SHREK was ok (not mentioning any names). Met some lovely people to many to mention. But, HELLO to Eileen, Steve, Chris, Tracy, Dave, Ashley and Hannah. Please try Sidari water park. Only 6 Euros for the kids and they get to go on the slides all day. FREE SUNBEDS and again lovely surroudings

Re: wouldn't personally want to go back to Rebecca's Village or stay anywhere in Sidari !
by Paul'Lsn June 2007 | Overal Rating of Rebeccas Village Hotel: 6/10
Arrived at Rebecca's Village early hours of the morning after an agonising 3.5 hour transfer from the airport, we were greeted by a miserable snappy lady who showed us where we would be staying. We stayed in room 108, room wasn't bad considering we have stayed in a few Greek apartments, everyone will moan about the kitchen facilities but what people have to remember is that they are self catered apartments and you are lucky to even get a kettle! If you want pasta or rice dishes then you will be fine, and there are bowls, mugs and glasses but the oven/grills do not work, they are either screwed in or have a note saying they are out of order. Not sure why though!!?? We had a lovely view from our balcony and could even see the sea. Rebecca's Village is quite a trek from Sidari town, we hired quad bikes which worked out to be great fun and cost effective as opposed to spending €5 each way. If you do walk into town you will see the Supermarket at the end and you need to turn right, don't be fooled to think that this is the town it's not! Keep walking for another 10-15 mins and you will come across the main strip. There are loads of bars and clubs. If you want to go to a club I recommend Ice - make friends with the DJ Gregory as he is lovely. Calypso is another good place for a wiggle. The BED bar is also good for night time entertainment although I wouldn't recommend the food it's quite pricey and in our case they served a grilled chicken instead of a steak!! Bless them! Our weather overall was terrible, we had constant rain, lightening and thunder. The storms were amazing but the rain during the day and night really did put a dampner on our stay. Greece in general starts to close down around the 15th October so if you go after that date everything will be closed. If you're a big animal lover and haven't experienced Greek culture you may get upset. Sidari is full of stray cats and dogs and we saw someone run over a dog on the main road. The law in Greece is very strict and if you see someone run an animal over they require 2 witnesses to testify and that person will be sent to prison for a year! So if you're anything like me please feed the animals as they practically only survive on what the holiday makers feed them. I would and wouldn't recommend this holiday for many reasons. It is a fair walk away from town which is a negative, the food there in my opinion isn't so nice and much nicer in town, there is no evening entertainment, and I am very confused why people love Spiros so much, as he is a miserable person. He doesn't speak any English and sits on his stool being grumpy all day and he pervs on the girls too. I could imagine if we did have lovely weather we would have probably sat by the pool all day as the pool area is lovely, the grass gets water logged and very muddy when they have rain. We did play tennis but spent more time trying to find the tennis balls in the weeds so it's a shame they don't maintain the tennis court and so called volley ball court! I wouldn't personally want to go back to Rebecca's Village or stay anywhere in Sidari there are much nicer Greek Islands.

Re: was a lovely holiday !
by dingychick's on May 2007 | Overal Rating of Rebeccas Village Hotel: 8/10
i stayed i Rebeccas Villagewith my boyfriend for 7 days, the hotel was friendly and the room was very nice with all the necessary basics. we had a nice balacony overlooking the pool although this was the wrong direction for the sun. the grounds we very nice and the pool was a good size. we went self catering so didnt eat in the hotel at all. the main downside was the fact the drive just to the road was a good 5-10 min walk so everywhere took a while to get to. the beach took 10 min although the nicer beach was in the town more, the town of Sidari was a 20 min walk. this was fine during the day but we chose to take a taxi at night. it kept us fit though as we sometime walked in to town 3 times during the space of the day. i would also recomend trips to sunset beach to watch the sun go down - perfect for a romantice evening (lovely beach under a cliff and nice restaurent on the cliff). also take a horseride treck in roda- great even if u have never riden. restaurents i would recoment in sidari are roof top garden and the mexican.

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