We stayed in the Scarlett, with two adults and two children. The tiny was nice, some mild dirt to clean up when we got there, but it is located in a campground so that didn't seem like anything too unusual to have to do. Stuff tracks in every time anyone comes through the door and a quick sweep took care of it.
The Scarlett was well stocked with everything you could need - dishes, coffee, silverware, cooking utensils, pots/pans, and extra towels located in the stair drawers. The love-seat is lovely to look at but terrible to rest on: thin cushion, very hard and at a height taller than usual. It certainly doesn't encouraging sitting down to enjoy the TV, but perhaps we should all do a little less of that.
During our stay we were alone for the most part, the Tiny Host and another set of Tiny guests arrived on our last day, so there was no socialization with other visitors as we were the only guests in the Tiny Village.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking