"Basically a mobile home with a screened in porch, deck with pub table & grill, and a fire pit complete with chairs and swing.
Really nice to have the kitchen and outdoor amenities which give you more privacy than you'd find in a hotel or inn.
It took a while to figure out how everything works as you would expect, but the resident information folder and appliance side labels make the job must faster.
Wifi was great and appreciated as was Direct TV. TV is odd. Only the same channel is available to the 3 tv sets.
There were several fans to create a breeze in any of the occupied areas.
I only had a couple of issues.
First, the musty smell that greets you as you enter, but they did have air fresheners in an attempt to cover this.
Secondly, the second bedroom now has a set of bunk beds in it. The bottom one is a full size bed and the top is a single bed. Couple that with this being a small bedroom to begin with and that the opposing wall has full length closets along it and you find you have an isle of 18 inches between the bed and the closets. That's a pretty tight squeeze. One person at at a time in a room designed to sleep 3 people.
It was too claustrophobic for me even though I've lived in the small bedroom of a trailer. I ended up on the floor in the living room.
Lastly, the heating and AC. There's no central heat or AC. Both are supplied with small upright standing units. The AC appears to have less cooling capacity than a window unit. When we arrived the trailer was at 84 degrees. By bedtime the temp was still at 81 degrees so fans were needed to make the night bearable.
Just two days later they were forecasting an overnight low of 60 degrees so we set the small, portable heater on 70 degrees and went to bed. Woke up to 60 degree temps in the trailer. It appears the small electrical heater didn't keep up with the trailer. Fortunately, we could use the four burners of the propane stove and the resident oscillating fan as a furnace to warm the living areas.
Parking seems limited. You have a shared driveway so only one spot unless you park behind each other.
Your parking spot is right in front of the garage in which the owner stores his boat. He requests you keep this open on the weekends for his access. Don't know where you'd park then. I guess if you're home, you have to move your car.
When you look at the cost and amenities for this property, I was happy with everything except the crowded bedroom."
Date of Stay: July 2016
Review Submitted: July 18, 2016