This is my third year staying at a Dune House, although this was my first time at #14. I've always enjoyed the calm, clean ambiance of previous units, and #14 did not disappoint. With plenty of space and amenities, plus a lovely view of the ocean, it was very relaxing (especially since we visited at the end of the season and therefore had very few neighbors!) Only downsides were that the carbon monoxide alarm batteries ran low about halfway through the week resulting in an irritating beeping (which was solved by a quick change-out of batteries) and that several bedroom doors could not be shut completely or else they would stick (a problem probably due to wood warping or swelling because of the heavy humidity.) One note to Shoreline Properties, especially at the end of the season: Please give tenants a notice or word of warning if repairs on the beach houses will be going on during their stay; I was a little surprised to find workers pulling trim off the bottom of the deck one morning! In terms of nearby attractions, Higgins Crab House was right across the street and had delicious crabs, plus there was a bus stop right at 128th street, oceanside, and a PNC Bank on the corner for easy access to vacation funds. Food Lion was also only a few streets up on 119th for any last-minute grocery shopping.
Thank you once again for an enjoyable stay!