Location, banana bread, helpfulness of staff
If the location had not been as wonderful as it was, the two days would've been ruined by the neuroses of the owners. This is a mom and pop operation, but mom-and-pop are not loving warm and happy. The first thing I asked was some ice for a drink I had intended to make, and the response was from mom, "we don't sell ice!" Later, I was given a bag of by ice but all I wanted was a cup full. There are signs everywhere. Do this, enter here, don't soil our sheets, this is not garbage, not for lobster shells. It's really an overwhelming experience making one feel as if one is walking on eggshells not to upset mom and pop. Mom doesn't engage in conversation; pop has his eye on everyone at the same time and if there is any perceived rule breaking, pop will speak to you. For example, although the facility has draft beer, my friend and I were told, three hours after we started, that alcohol, such as vodka which we were drinking, is not allowed. There are picnic tables everywhere, yet we were told after we had sat on them that we had to move, this particular table was for a particular unit. The unit was unfilled. We moved anyway. Although check out is at 11 or 12, at 9 o'clock pop had the nerve to ask my friend when we were leaving. This is for "bed-and-breakfast professionals" only – stay here if you can are just using it as a base to see the beautiful area, but don't get in the way of mom-and-pop.