Having never been to Western Michigan, my fiancee were unsure about honeymooning there, especially as we had been considering European destinations like Greece and France. Realizing that resting, relaxing and enjoying one another was most important, we decided to rent this Cottage for a week after our wedding. Second to marrying one another, choosing Holland as our Honeymoon destination, specifically this location, is the BEST decision we've ever made. The property is very well maintained, and has everything you could possibly need (except for food of course, but don't worry: there are MANY delicious restaurants and cafes within close proximity.) The deck is exactly as photographed, and we drank our coffee as the sun rose every morning, and we drank our champagne every night as the sun set. The bed was very comfortable, as was the sofa and small dining area (but you'll spend most your time on the deck if weather allows!) The pathway to the beach was easy to navigate and a short distance to the public beach area. In fact, right in the back yard is an amazing trail that takes you through a beautiful forest and out to the road (if you need a general store/ice cream) or straight to the beach for sun and swimming. We did a hike every single day, because it felt like you were in a classic Disney movie and was so romantic. The neighbors are all quiet, respectful and private. Neither my spouse or I had cell phone coverage, but the wifi was helpful enough for our needs during the trip to communicate with family and friends. (The phone in the cottage didn't work very well for us, but I believe it was an issue with the phone itself, and we notified the owner upon our departure, so I'm sure it's fixed.) In fact, the owners were very responsive to our needs and very accommodating! We recommend taking a day or two to visit Saugatuck/Douglas and/or Grand Haven, and also recommend following the "Antique Trail" on route 31. Neither my spouse or I collect antiques, but the antique malls as well as the shopping in downtown Holland was absolutely charming! Our favorite spot for breakfast was a popular spot on Douglas Road called, Duboers (sp?), and our favorite dinner spot was called Boatworks. Also, you MUST try the Sunday brunch downtown at the Alpin Rose. . . SO YUMMY. There was a television with a blu-ray player, which we only turned on once for 10 minutes during a storm. We cannot wait to rent this cottage again next year! Such a blessing it was discovering it.