What a tragedy. The place has everything going for it. Great location, rustic but comfortable accommodation (getting worse by the day), a restaurant and bar (closed!!!!!). This accommodation suited us and the staff (just overseeing the resort's demise) are helpful. Unfortunately the owners seem to have the idea that a severely cut back set up will survive - unfortunately it will die a long and painful death. Certainly stay there but beware - it is rustic and a bit down at heel with no sign of any change into the future.
Apparently just been taken over in recent times. The rooms were not too bad, beds were comfortable and linen very good. The cabins are desperate for some TLC. The caulking around the bathroom needs replacing and some general maintainence would not go astray. The location is just brilliant and the cabins have some wonderful potential. We did not eat in the restaurant so I am unable to give an opinion on that. I wish the new owners the best of luck, they do however have a bit of work to do on the property.
We have stayed at Baudins several times and every time we wish we could stay longer because we love being here. The cottages are very comfortable and well set up for self catering. Breakfast is offered and the meals at the restaurant are excellent. I love to sit on the veranda and watch the colours of the sea as they change throughout the day because the view is uninterrupted and spectacular no matter what time of the year we are there. Lyle is a very special host and always ready to help make sure that our stay is enjoyable.
We stayed for two weeks in April, the weather was warm and had a few days of rain. It didn't deter us from touring the Island. Lyle was a great host. The cabin was very comfortable and we had a million dollar view of the coast. We will go and stay again it was very relaxing. You can also eat at Lyles Tavern, the meals were very tasty.