Five of us stayed at the Bel Air Cedar Resort in the small town of Oliver the last weekend in July 2013 and really liked it. We had rooms 1 and 2 in the motel. Although the resort website does not mention that room 2 has cooking possibilities, we were glad to see that it did have a 2 burner hotplate, as well as a microwave and coffee maker. Room 1 is larger, with a complete kitchenette and 2 queen size beds. The furniture and fittings are a bit dated, and the bathroom in room 2 was tiny, but satisfactory for us. The pots, pans, dishes, and utensils are not great, but between the 2 rooms we made do.
After a hard day of wine-tasting, the pool was great and the hot tub a nice addition. Both were clean. There's quite a bit of grassy area and fruit trees which can be picked throughout this small resort. Since the camping area wasn't quite full when we stayed we were able to eat our meals at one of the picnic tables near the pool area. The Bel Air is pet-friendly and has a small dog run at the back of the property. At the front of the resort just at the side of the highway Hammer's House of Hog (a small BBQ shack) offers pulled pork sandwiches from 11 am until he runs out.
The Bel Air is reasonably priced, very convenient for the cycling and walking trails along the river and within short driving distance of Oliver's fantastic wineries, many of which we sampled. Groceries, a liquor store, and a couple of convenience stores are right near by. If you are looking for an unpretentious, relatively inexpensive but pleasant place to stay, I would recommend this spot.