Quiet location, not accessible for older or handicapped
We enjoyed staying here - in this congested Mt. Pleasant it was nice to have a quiet corner to retreat to and have a little backyard to eat breakfast. No directions or address to the place were sent and we used detective work with photos of the front door to figure out where it was. We arrived at night which was thrilling because so many lights were either burned out our unplugged. It took a lot of fumbling to figure it out. The entry gate and door were very dark. It was advertised as handicapped accessible and it is definitely not. There is an uneven walkway to the house from the parking area - mom almost fell when her walker hit the steep curb. The bedrooms are up a steep staircase with a somewhat wobbly railing. Bathroom has no rails or handles in the shower/tub. There were no hangars in the closet in one room, the other room had a closet but it was locked up so inaccessible. Throw blankets were not clean. There were dirty kleenex on the floor by one of the beds and dog bones throughout the yard and living room. We didn't mind the dog stuff as we have pets but someone else may. The bones were trip hazards for my older mom. Yard was not neat & had trash and was overgrown. Nice to have one bike that I could use - it was rusty but perfectly serviceable. Sugar, coffee, ad powdered creamer were provided and some toiletries were helpfully left in the bathroom. There was no toilet paper or towels in the bathroom - a surprise on first use that was remedied by hunting them down elsewhere in the house. My mom was bummed that she couldn't get the television to work. I had trouble finding convenient electrical outlets to charge my phone/use it as an alarm. Cute place but it would be inappropriate for kids or anyone with limited mobility. The old town nearby was an interesting hour diversion for a bike ride but just has a couple of businesses. The area has lovely and large houses on and near the water but no apparent public access to the water or salt marsh.

May 2016
Location, Location, Location!!!
Location, Location, Location!!!
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