Just back from our "short" but lovely trip to Virgin Gorda. I've been taking my husband to a different island every year for his birthday, since the '80's, so we are quite well traveled. I thought I might offer a few comments (to those not on honeymoon or in their 20's and 30's) that might apply. Happy to answer any questions, as well.
Don't be depressed if after reading the reviews of the Baths or scaling Gorda's Peak, you think you can't visit this lovely, friendly island.
The Baths, do have an "easier" trail -- the exit one -- than the traditional through the water and between the rock crevices should you have a few extra pounds on you or be a bit out of shape. We did the "exit" trail -- just take your time (no, it's not 5 minutes like they say -- more like 15). If you decide not to do the Baths, you can go to nearby Spring Bay Beach. There's still a trail down the side of a hill, but it's much easier and once you are on the beach, you can see lots of boulders and even swim between some. These boulders are similar to the ones at the Baths.
Gorda's Peak says at the bottom of the steep staircase that it's 50 minutes to the summit. As if.
Here, again, don't feel sad if you can't do this. Not many can nor should they. Adventure seekers, marathon runners, and climbers. Mountain goats, only, in my opinion. So don't think you've missed the view. Instead, drive up to Hog's Heaven for some good bbq ribs and walk around their terrace, You will get a great view of 3/4's of the off shore islands, ocean, and boats. You will not break a sweat. You can enjoy your "adult" beverage in style.
You don't have to cook! Enough already. You've cooked how many meals in your lifetime? Get take out or instead go to one of the island's restaurants. Worried about driving and drinking? Take a cab. You can't beat Coco Maya and Chez Bamboo for fine dining. Lunch at Hog Heaven or Mermaid Dockside or Mad Dog, et al. Make reservations! It's your vacation, too.
I've done separate reports on the Olde Yard Village/Virgin Gorda Village where we stayed as well as restaurants we ate at and sights/beaches we visited, but happy to answer any questions...