The cabins cost 100 a night, for a one bedroom suite. The bedroom had two beds in it, I think they were fulls, maybe queens. The beds were sunken in, which made for a lousy night of sleep.
The location was great, you could walk right to the beach in about 100 yards. If plan on just staying there at the beach, swimming and fishing, this is your place.
The main room had the TV and kitchen all in one. It was clean and family friendly. There was one problem with the bedroom, you couldn’t close the door unless you moved the bed a few inches out of the way. It was kind of a weird set up.
Some of the downsides was no laundry in the unit, or free wi-fi. Wi-fi was available for $8 a day, 15 for the week. There is a small laundry mat down the road. There is a check in procedure when you go into the cabin, they go over a checklist. When you check out, you have to clean it. That means take out all trash, sweep, wipe down everything.
There is no maid service. You can go up the road an exchange towels and stuff on a one-for-one bases.
The service was so-so. Although the view is great, you will not sleep at night because the beds were terrible. Also, there was just one tv, compared to two at the Navy Gateway inn down the street.
A night or two is ok here, but we couldn’t sleep well so it was kind of a downer. Also, if you need to get out fast, you have to clean everything first. Including taking the linen off of the beds. Maybe you will like it. We did a first, but after two days we decided to check out. If you’re a true camper at heart, you will probably like this place. The Oaks does have a good web site with all of their information, check it out.
BTW, they are located close to the lighthouse, museum, and Navy Lodge. Give me a thumbs up if this was helpful.
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