Anne and Ea are wonderful innkeepers. We stayed in one of their condos this spring and it was a wonderful experience. We wanted to stay again in August but were looking to save some money, so we chose to stay in a cottage instead. When my husband, 2-year-old and 8-month old, showed up, the temperatures were at record highs and there was no wind and, of course, it was very humid. The little air conditioner in the window was no match for these conditions, and with two tiny ones, we were uncomfortable. Although we really like Anne and had gotten to know her on a limited basis, we decided to complain about the heat after spending one sleepless night trying to stay cool by sleeping separately. She seemed genuinely sad that we were uncomfortable. She called a repairman to inspect the AC. Everyone determined that it was just the strength of the summer sun and the humidity, so she installed a second air conditioning unit that day. She was very kind about it. She is always happy to visit or help out in any way possible or leave you alone if you prefer. Their rooms and the pool are spotless. The garbage cans are absolutely clean. Under the sink, you will not find dust or dirt of any kind. The bathrooms are immaculate. The cottages are old. They are not luxury. They are wonderful. Anne moved furniture the day she installed an additional AC unit, and there was no dust under the bed or behind the dresser--very, very clean!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The cottages are a local icon in Kure Beach. They have all the quaintness of days gone by yet are comfortable, clean and centrally located to the beach, pier and restaurants. The property has a pool and coin operated washer and dryer facility. ... more less