Each small cabin is actually half of a duplex but we didn't hear noise from the other side, so it probably was insulated well. Very clean and obviously much thought went into the furnishings. We had a dorm frig, coffee maker, and tea kettle. So it is possible to buy a picnic sandwich at the Siding in Field and store it safely for the next day. I don't know why people have negative comments about the complimentary breakfast, as it is identical to the buffet breakfasts in other hotels (warm eggs and sausage), fruit, cereal, yougart, fantastic pastries. They didn't run out of anything and everything seemed fresh. The only annoyance was the person ahead of us that held up a line of people picking out her favorite fruit from the fruit salad. We had dinner at the Lodge the first night, which was a bit pricey but worth it as we had been eating pretty lean the previous 4 days. The only drawback was that you could hear some street noise from the main road and the occasional train. But this did not seem constant.