Map & Directions

The convenience of private parking

It is easy enough to find somewhere to park your car in Saint-Martin in low season, yet things are much trickier when the warm weather returns. Weekends, public holidays and, of course, the peak summer season with its unending flow of visitors transform Île de Ré’s capital. Meanwhile, the parking charge scheme comes into force from March till mid-November. 

To put it in a nutshell, the private car park at La Baronnie Hôtel & Spa**** is highly appreciated by our guests. Even more so given that on Île de Ré, most people get around by bicycle, a great way to relax while respecting the environment. 

Secure and accessible

Located behind the gardens in the hotel’s grounds, the car park is easy to access and reserved exclusively for our guests. Prestigious or classic cars are kept safe from prying eyes behind the esate’s high walls. 

Following Circuit #2 on the map below, as you enter Saint-Martin via Porte de Toiras, once past the city walls turn left down rue de l’Hôpital as far as Place de la République following the signs for La Baronnie Hôtel & Spa****, then head right down rue du Général Lapasset. When you get to the Stop sign, turn right then left to Clos Gilson where the entrance to the Hotel’s car park is located, indicated by a flag. Once there, just ring on the interphone and one of our receptionists will open the gate and come to greet you.

To make it easy for everyone to move around the car park, please keep within the parking spaces.

These indications are all given on the map sent to our guests with their booking confirmation.

A real asset at the heart of Saint-Martin

This service is charged at a rate of €20/day. A really reasonable price when you take into account the daily cost of street parking and the inconvenience of having to go down and top up the parking meter!

As the number of spaces is limited, we strongly recommend our guests to select the parking option when booking their room.

Getting here

Right in the heart of the Île de Ré, the charming luxury La Baronnie Hôtel & Spa is located just 500m from the Saint-Martin port.


By car

The Île de Ré is connected to the mainland by a toll bridge. After crossing the bridge, pass through the coastal town of Rivedoux, towards La Flotte, then Saint-Martin. At the roundabout, follow Route 1 or Route 2 on the printable map.

  • To arrive directly at the hotel reception, follow Route 1 (in purple on the map), via Saint-Martin port. Please note that the port can be accessed by vehicles only and a code is required to access the controlled traffic area. To obtain this code, contact us by phone on the day of your arrival at the entrance to Saint-Martin. After you have entered the code, you will be able to enter the port. Next, take the first left at the boulangerie. Our reception team will be waiting to welcome you at 17 Rue Baron de Chantal.
  • To access the private hotel cark park, follow Route 2 (in orange on the map), via Rue de l’Hôpital. Follow the signs for ‘Hôtel La Baronnie’ until you reach Clos Gilson. At the ‘La Baronnie Hôtel & Spa’ car park gate, use the intercom. We will come to meet you. If you are following this route, we recommend that you reserve a parking space for your car in advance (€20 per day). We offer free access to charging stations for electric cars.

By plane

There is a taxi service operating between the hotel and La Rochelle airport, 20 minutes from the hotel. If you would like us to book a taxi for you, please inform us of your flight number and arrival time.
Airport information:  www.larochelle.aeroport.fr
Tel: +33 5 46 42 30 26


By train

From La Rochelle train station, you can hire a car or take a taxi. The journey takes around 30 minutes (25km). We can book a taxi for you if required.
SNCF information:  www.voyages-sncf.com

The bus company ‘Les Mouettes’ takes picks up travellers from certain TGV train stations. A shuttle bus operates from the station to Saint-Martin de Ré port (1 hour).
Bus information:  www.lesmouettes-transports.com
Tel.: +33 811 36 17 17


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