I liked that the Inn is a homey place to stay right on the beach. It's not your cookie cutter resort type of place. The Pelican room where we stayed was dark and we had to leave the door open for light. But I didn't mind that so much. The inn is in a quiet neighborhood. So it's not like we had a lot of people looking in on us. I was surprised that there was no place to hang towels or wet clothes. A few towel rods or hooks would easily solve this. There was a full size refrigerator and a microwave and coffee pot in the room. We used the grill out on the deck most evenings for dinner. It was nice eating at the bar with a view of the sunset on the beach. It was a good environment for meeting and getting to know the other guests. It briefly rained hard one day we were there and water came in under the door about 3 feet into the room. There is wi-fi in the garden area, but not in the room. If you are not a good swimmer, you will want to go down the street a couple of miles where there are no rocks and the waves are minimal. The beach in front of the inn is pretty, but there are large rocks under the water that if you do not know are there, you could hurt yourself. Overall it was a good experience and we would go back.