Best hotels and hostels in Nida

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    Miško Namas

    Overlooking a peaceful garden, this immaculately maintained guesthouse is decked out in Curonian blue-and-white and filled with elegant furnishings, ornaments and lace. Every room has a fridge and a kettle, and some have fully fledged kitchens and balconies. Guests can browse books from the small library or laze in the garden.

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    This charming guesthouse in a wooden house near the main port is full of smiles. Doubles comprise two rooms, and some have a door opening out to the table-dotted, tree-shaded garden. There’s a dining room and kitchen for guests to share; one room has a fireplace. The guesthouse hires out bikes (per hour/day €3/10).

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    Nidos Kempingas

    Encircled by forest, Nidos Kempingas is a tranquil, well-tended campsite where the air is fragrant with pine. Beyond the tree-shaded tent sites there are trim double rooms with satellite TV and fridge, and apartments fully equipped for self-caterers. There are also bikes for hire, and basketball and tennis courts. It's at the foot of a path leading to Parnidis Dune.

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    Hotel Jūratė

    This hotel looks and feels like a sanatorium but its supremely central position and revamped, comfortable rooms with flat-screen TVs and blond wood furnishings make it a good bet. Soviet kitsch-spotters will be thrilled to know that the hotel’s most recent facelift didn’t get rid of the glitter cement on the corridor walls.

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    In a wonderful location, literally a stone's throw from the lagoon, this traditional house offers two fully-equipped apartments for rent. The ground-floor restaurant operates well into October and serves terrific spicy bean soup and monkfish liver salad (along with Lithuanian staples).

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    Inkaro Kaimas

    Blue pillars prop up this beautifully maintained blue-and-red traditional wooden house on the water’s edge. Accommodation is in individual apartments, each with its own entrance. The place dates from 1901 and a couple of pine-furnished rooms boast a balcony overlooking the lagoon.

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    Vila Banga

    Within this snug, thatched-roof cottage are seven pleasantly old-fashioned double rooms and apartments. The ambience feels traditional but services are smart: a sauna, bikes for rent (€10 per day) and the option to book yachting excursions.

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    Poilsis Nidojė

    A wooden-house favourite, Poilsis Nidojė sports spacious yet cosy doubles and apartments with kitchenettes. Interior design is rustic, an optional breakfast (€8) is served in the shared kitchen, and guests can cook up dinner on a barbecue in the pretty garden.

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    Located next to the Thomas Mann Memorial Museum, this apartment is attached to a private house and has enormous rooms and really stunning views of the lagoon. Prices are lower outside July and August.