Sometime in the past this building was owned by the military and used as Officer’s Quarters, though I’m not sure what period that was. Whenever it was, I don’t think it has changed a whole lot since then. We were i unit #2. Very dark and gloomy but fairly roomy with two queen beds, a small kitchen area, and bath but awkwardly arranged with access to the bath through one of the bedrooms. The rooms had a “Glade” air freshener covering the musty smell with that sickeningly sweet smell that most air fresheners have. Unplugged the air freshener soon after arriving. The musty smell was better than the “fresh” smell. Some of the other rooms might possibly have been updated since the officers lived there, but don't think this one had been. The Crab Pot restaurant is right next door and, though we did not eat there, looked like a nice place and may have been connected in some way to the inn. WiFi worked fine as did the TV. Kitchen had gas stove, refrig, microwave, etc. but was somewhat cramped and not well supplied with dishes or utensiles. Price was $133 per night and, for that price or a little more, I'm sure there are better options.
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