This hotel is set on in a beautiful forest right on the beach. The views are amazing. However, the office is open very limited hours, maid service (including changing towels) is every other day, and there are no phones or internet service in the rooms. The one staff person we met, Pat, was loud and unfriendly, and seemed to spend most of her time chatting with her friends on the phone. There was a power blackout our first night, which is a relatively common occurance in the area. The management couldn't be contacted and didn't send anyone to see if guests were okay or needed anything.
The hotel is what's left of a large tourist development that went under. Most of the beachfront cabins of the develoment are privately owned, but the residents seem pleasant and do not seem to mind being in the middle of a hotel. Terrace Beach Resort owns three of the beachfront cabins and the buildings above the cabins which orginally were shops and a restaurant but now have been converted into rooms. Our room was spacious and nice, not tacky. The kitchen was fully stocked with pots and pans, etc. The hottub on the deck was a treat, but more suitable for two people than the advertised "five."More
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