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First let me start by stating that Wen was extremely friendly and helpful from the beginning. She ALWAYS returns phone calls and assisted us in every phase of our vacation from the booking to checking out. We are thankful for her assistance and kindness. Now...More
We booked Hither House Cottages after viewing the website, and verifying that it was indeed dog-friendly. Our cottage had some of the most beautiful landscaping I have ever seen, including specimen plantings and a lounge area where the dog and I spent hours relaxing and...More
We have now made this our special place when staying at Montauk. The rooms each are different but wonderful. The place is clean, quiet and beautiful. So far each location has a fireplace. One time I sat on the balcony looking at the night sky....More
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Hither House is my favorite hideaway in Montauk. Hard to believe that there isn't more people proclaiming their love for this place on here. Probably for the best as I really want this place to keep vacancies for the last minute bookings I inquire for...More
The good news is they accept small dogs and appear to try hard to keep the units clean.
The bad news is the unit had small ants in each room and ant traps in the bed room.
Also the outside patio furniture cushions are well...More
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Response from Hitherhouse C, Owner at Hither House CottagesResponded 2 February 2016
Dear Guest we are very sorry that your experience was not up to the standards that we hold here at Hither House. We have taken your recommendation of appointing a professional to handle the situation with small ants. During the summertime they can be nuisance...More
While there were plenty of cutlery and dishes, there were no seasonings or paper goods, except a roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. Of course we were early in the season. To be safe, I'd bring your own.