We checked in (cost about $170 for a weekday) and immediately realized this place wasn`t as great as their webpage indicated. When we arrived we had to wait for the cook in the kitchen to check us in. On the way to our room we had to pass through a dark concrete rear passage which was dungeon like. We immediately went back down to the check-in desk to tell the cook that we didn`t desire to stay there. The cook said there was nothing he could do as we were stuck with our reservation. I asked to talk to the manager and he indicated that he was not available. I asked if he could contact his manager via cell phone and he said no. The first thing we noticed was that the room smelled funny. The heat registers located at the base of the wall were missing the protective guards exposing sharp metal, which was of great concern since we have a toddler. One of the lamp shades was broken and there was a weird hole in the shower wall which was covered by a small piece of plywood. When I asked where the ice machine was, I was pointed in the direction of a dorm size fridge where the ice was supposed to be....it was empty! Oh, and this place in not located on the shore as their webpage indicates. It's located on a busy street and the street is located next to the shore. The web photos make it look like it`s on the water. What was most precious about our stay was when my son and I were in the parking lot behind the motel and the cook (I think the one that checked us in) locked some of his co-workers in the exterior walk in freezer. I guess between cooking and checking guests in he has time to goof off.... maybe he should have made some ice!