This lodging didn’t really work for us. I must admit that I was seduced by the web page photo taken from the dock looking out over Poppanessett Bay. So, when we pulled into the driveway, the first thing I did was to start to walk down to the dock. About 200’ away there was a virtual barrier and the view of the dock and Bay was mostly blocked by trees. So, the photo on the web page is not your view. Then, going into the lodging, you walk through the porch which was a little different as it was 3 solid walls and a roof w gravel and fake stones as a floor, decorated in Cape Cod rustic. The photo of it has a table and chairs. There was a rug there which would make the passage easier for less stable people. Going inside, you are quickly struck that all the windows were heavily curtained or opaque in both rooms, so little light or view. In the LR there is a little kitchenette but no sink. There was nice china, glasses, and silverware, but if no sink except for the bathroom, using the copious paper ware might be a better answer. The LR was furnished in Cape Cod rustic. In the bedroom, there was only one small bedside lamp, so no reading in bed. Before going into the bathroom, there was a small passageway w shelves entirely filled by the rolled 17 or so large bath towels and knick knacks. In the stark bathroom, there was only the shower, a small standalone sink, the toilet, a 5” by 5” wire rack and a single 18” towel rack. NO counters. The tp seemed like that least expensive you could buy. We had been sailing the week before and we looked forward to catching up on hurricane Irma on the TV news. I should have read the fine print of the listing more carefully as there was no TV. There was Wi-Fi but it kept dropping out. Perhaps that was our iphone and ipad. We did get to see the neighbors and hear their dog, but Therese must have been out of town.
The bottom line is that it is basic accommodations furnished in Cape Cod rustic but we were expecting more, especially as shown in web page photo of the Bay.