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We spent Labor Day weekend here and had a great time. We stayed at the west cottage. Some reviews say the place is not central - it's actually really close to the beach, in a residential area of Montauk that is actually the most expensive!...More
First of all, the place is dog-friendly, which counts for a lot. The surprise--and it was a tad disappointing--is that the location wasn't amazing or rustic. It's in a sort of neighborhood of medium to upscale housing, like a suburb. Although one might be able...More
This was my second stay at Hitter House .
My dog and I love to spend some off season time out at Montauk!
hither House is right down the road from the beach and the cottages are lovely. Nice size bedroom and living area and...More
This area of Montauk is a really great place to stay, very quiet and friendly. Hither House is a short walk to the lovely beach. The West Cottage fronts on Hayes Rd and does have a partial view of the ocean. It was comfortable, clean,...More
This is the hidden gem of places to stay on Montauk. It's hidden in a residential area,so it's very relaxing and quiet. The cottages are very clean,and unbelievably cheap. They all have full kitchens and grills,we barbecued one night. The landscape is beautiful,the rooms are...More
Do the kitchens have any basic seasonings ot salt & pepper - or should we bring our own?
30 August 2015|
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Response from MollyMe | Reviewed this property |
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.