Bedarra Beach Inn

Address: Sunset Strip, Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Viti Levu, Fiji | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn is located on Sunset Strip, Sigatoka.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free parking

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBedarra Beach Inn Sigatoka

          Reviewed by wanderlizzy


          Reviewed Feb 10, 2014
          by (11 reviews) Teignmouth, Devon, UK , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          We needed peace and tranquility after a hectic time travelling for 2 months around Australia and New Zealand. My idea was a clean, tidy, small hotel right by a beach in Fiji. Bedarra ticked all the boxes. Almost all rooms overlook the gorgeous tiny tropical beach. There is a adequate pool with an adjoining jacuzzi. A spa where you can book a massage or treatment. A fabulous open air restaurant that serves fabulous lunches and perfectly delicious dinners. The staff are lovely. If you want a huge resort hotel thats noisy with an itinerary to fill every second Dont go here. But if you want to drift into a blissful restful state from the second you arrive to the moment you sadly wave goodbye to all the new friends you've made, book Bedarra. You'll be glad you did, the price is perfect too!

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          Reviewed by neil-fee

          Love it

          Reviewed Dec 29, 2012
          by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The Bedarra Beach Inn is fantastic. We are a couple and found Bedara to be excellent value for money. The rooms are clean and tidy, we were lucky enough to have a newly refurbished room (27) which was just beautiful and the king size bed was very comfortable. The pool area is great and the restaurant serves great food, with a wide variety, every meal. We had a look next door at the Outrigger, but there is a lot more noise and it is very big, much prefer the boutique nature of the Bedarra. Last but not least, the best thing about the Bedarra is the people. The staff are all so warm and friendly and amazingly some remember your names from day 1. We are the type of traveller that likes to get out and about, so Bedarra was perfect for us. Happy hour each day was a great way to wind down and they have 3 guitarist to play a variety of songs to listen or sing along to. Would not hesitate to come back or recommend to anyone looking for a great place to stay on the Coral Coast.

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          Reviewed by souter

          A nice quiet friendly place to stay

          Reviewed Jan 19, 2006
          by (16 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          We enjoyed our stay here. It was a nice comfortable room. We like it because it's only a small hotel and is nice and quiet. The pool is very convenient and pleasant and you can snorkel in the ocean just out front. The restaurant is convenient. Beautiful sunset most evenings.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Bedarra Beach Inn Sigatoka

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Sigatoka

          Blue Lagoon Day 2

          A travel blog entry by linda-wright


          ... til they reach the mainland. The teacher comes from the mainland and is university educated. The village supplies a hut for him and he lives there.
          The village uses cisterns for drinking water. They grow their own food and fish for the protein. There is no power or glass in the windows. Outhouses are in evidence. A boat comes in once a week or so. Fuel for boats is very expensive and makes trips for doctor etc difficult for the villagers.


          A travel blog entry by gordoncollis1


          ... one arm are over each of their shoulders to help him find land. Gordon’s weary sea legs were unaccustomed to dry land and he nearly tipped off the jetty into the water. Thank god the Skipper was a big sturdy fellow, otherwise all three of them would had ended up wet because there was no way Gordon was capable of letting go of his walking aids.

          The return trip was an eventful one on the bus. Paul and Robyn canoodled in the seat and Sandra listened to ...

          Bula Fiji!

          A travel blog entry by harryjarvis

          ... they grind up, and it makes your mouth go numb when you drink it, it also made my legs feel a bit funny, so what James and myself had pretty much just done, was go into a random shop in Fiji and do drugs!

          That night after a few beers in the bar we met a girl from England called Shola and her mate from Ireland Efa (thats how it is pronounced, I have no idea how to spell it), where we ended up heading to Ed's bar, where a lot ...

          Masons In Fiji - Australia Day

          A travel blog entry by masonsineurope


          ... in the pool all day and watching the cricket in there too. The sun has come out and blue skys abound in Fiji for our last day. Thanks blue sky.

          We spent 5 hours in the pool today and had a lot of fun with the kids. We all sense the end of the trip is coming; so it was great to hang out as a complete family and just relax and enjoy. How Australia Day should be.

          When we get back we return to busy lives; all with similar and different interests ...

          Masons In Fiji - Day 4 (Pool Scuba & Horse Riding)

          A travel blog entry by masonsineurope


          ... and the like.

          Jack and I headed off to the pool and waited for the in pool 'Introduction to Scuba' Session.

          Finally the Scuba Instructor came over and we went through some basics with Jack out of the Pool. (I did the Open Water Course 11 years ago in Thailand as discussed, but I'm a bit rusty so I'm keen to listen and strap a tank to my back and get back into it - My last dive was the Mananuca Islands here in Fiji 5 years ago). ...

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          The pool at the Bedarra
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          Bedarra Inn
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          View from off our balcony
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          The Bedarra Inn
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