Overlooking the Creeks is Bairs Lodge, which offers deluxe ocean-side lodgings in an attractive plantation-style building surrounded by tropical flowers and palm trees. The bright, airy lodge is nestled on a sparkling white sandy beach.
Bedrooms are clean and comfortable, with soft cotton sheets, tropical weight duvets and, of course, each room has air-conditioning. There is plenty of storage space and electricity outlets to recharge phones and camera batteries. All bedrooms include en-suite bathrooms and all open out onto an ocean facing verandah.
The living-room and dining areas face the ocean and, with air-conditioning, provide the utmost comfort.
The lodge dining is based upon Bahamian specialties with a focus on magnificent fresh seafood.
There is a fully stocked bar and a guest office that includes telephone facilities and a computer station with internet access. There is also a Satellite TV that allows you to catch-up on news and sports during cocktail hour. Outside, there are plenty of lounge chairs and hammocks as well as benches and tables where you can enjoy a coffee or a beer.
Bairs Lodge is perfect for small fishing groups with a maximum of ten anglers, which enables the resort to really focus on providing a top level of service. This is noted by the number of repeat visits to the lodge and bookings well in advance is highly advised. The combination of great lodging and hospitality, combined with huge expanses of prime bonefishing flats is hard to beat.
The lodge has all the facilities that a visiting angler needs including a shop that stocks Sage rods, Abel reels, Rio lines, backing and tippets, a brimming selection of area-specific flies, sunscreen and lip balms, fishing shirts, caps, and t-shirts, as well as a selection of Costa polarized sunglasses, and more.
The lodge can also offer ‘loaner’ fly rods free to guests if required.
Handy rod racks and hose beside the outdoor showers provide a great facility for washing down your tackle on returning from a day’s fishing. Back in the lodge you’ll find there is a the fly-tying station which is always fully stocked.