The website gives the illusion that the units are spread apart, when in reality, cottage 8/9 rests on the steps of the end motel unit. Cottage #9 appears to have a new water heater proudly displayed right in the living area beneath the stairs to the smallish upstairs sleeping quarters. The refridgerator is small, but not college dorm room small. You'll find decent freezer and fridge space, a working stove/oven, microwave and coffee pot. You'll also find a mish-mash of thrift store silverware, plates, pots, pans and glasses, etc for your use. Dishtowels and dishsoap are provided as well.
There is a play area for the kids-consisting of a couple of plastic trucks in a pile of sand in the yard. Be warned that pets are allowed, so this gives the children even more 'special items' to discover in the sandy beach.
If you don't expect the Hilton, you'll be quite happy with this quirkey, unusual resort, located right on the shoreline with a great view of the sunsets and the Porcupine mountains.