We stayed 2 nights in cabin 1 in the middle of July. It was reasonably priced, very centrally located to both the beaches and the rainforest and that is why we chose this place. We enjoyed coming back at night and using the outdoor grills to cook instead of eating out. We had to buy foil to cover the grill because they weren't clean. They had hillbilly golf so we took advantage of that and played a few games. Our room was very clean besides the neglect of cobwebs in the high ceiling corners of the bathroom. There is an antler chandelier and deer head on the wall. My husband is a hunter so that doesn't bother me. I found that most people it bothers is the people that believe that their food should come from a grocery store. We had 2 beds, table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave, closet area and bathroom with shower no tub. Not to mention, chairs on the shared porch. This is where the hate comes in, shared porch means another room/cabin attached by a very thin wall. The 1st night we litteraly had to knock on the wall as we were trying to sleep to shut the people up next door. We couldn't hear them talking but it sounded like they were rearranging the whole room and dragging furniture across the floor. It's not like we were going to bed super early. It was around 11PM but we wanted to be up for 720AM low tide on 2nd beach which by the way is a don't miss. All in all, I would stay here again and get a cabin without a shared wall if possible or hope for the best of respectable neighbors. We enjoyed our stay to the area.
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