My boys (10 and 5), dog, and I stayed here for 3 nights and had a great time. Dill and Ken are very nice hosts who are eager to make your stay comfortable and fun. The house is still nearly new after Sandy, as are a few others on the quiet street, and the large windows facing the ocean and large dock and patio right on the water are really wonderful--the view is mesmerizing. The home and hosts have just about everything you need and if you bring additional groceries (they have many basic things in the fridge and pantry already), bottled water, drinks, and things to cook on the grill you're all set. There are no stores or restaurants within walking distance--you'll have to go about 15 min to find something or order in, and Cape May and Wildwood is about 30 min away. But there's plenty to do right here from fishing and crabbing off the dock, flying a kite (they have several), going to the little beaches nearby (best one is by the old East Point lighthouse), and just relaxing in the home by the water--and you can plan outings to Cape May, Wildwood, etc from here. It's really peaceful and laid back (opposite of Wildwood), the house is nice and clean, dog friendly, and I think things will only get better here as everyone continues to rebuild from Sandy and spruce things up more in this little corner of the shore.