There is a first floor master bedroom that is lovely. There are two bedrooms on the second floor that share a bathroom that were nice. BUT the basement was also considered another bedroom that sleeps 4 and it SHOULD NOT BE ADVERTISED as another bedroom because it was AWFUL!!!! It was damp and musty. Me and my husband were the last guest to arrive and since everyone else refused to sleep in the basement, we got stuck with that room. Their responses were "Oh Hell NO!" when they saw the basement accommodations. The basement was damp with all the windows open, with a fan in the window running, a ceiling fan running and a dehumidifier running. The walls were poured cement and painted white and the ceiling was simply painted white over the pipes, wires and air ducts. (Not a finished basement) The overhead duct-work was constantly dripping water from the condensation and the beds along the wall were wet from this. We had to dry the blankets outside and pull the beds away from the wall.Good thing we brought our own bedding and pillows! There was a mop in the closet that we used daily to mop up the water from the dripping overhead duct-work. The beds were cheap too. 4 single beds. One was the cheap metal bunk bed that only a small child could fit on the top bed as it was so close to the ceiling. The other two beds were single beds on a cheap metal frames that squeaked every time you moved. So my complaint is "Do not advertise the basement as another bedroom!" The rest of the cottage was cozy and had a large deck that we spent lots of time on enjoying the view and weather. It was nice that we could walk to town or to the beach. It had a good size family area inside the cottage to fit 8 adults comfortably. We enjoyed watching the fishing boats pass by the cottage daily. I enjoyed everything but the sleeping arraignments.