Upon arrival, we were greeted by Nancy and Jack who then showed us to our place. There is a world map on the wall in the living area and we put a dot on the map where we live. It was fun to look and see where people were from all over the world. We arrived to a freshly baked banana bread that was delicious. It was a great location for the 3 of us ladies since we went to the Dutch Apple Dinner theater and the outlets. This place was right in the middle of both. It is in a residential neighborhood and maybe a mile away from Route 30 if that. It was very quiet. It is very spacious. The beds were comfortable and there was plenty of places to put your clothes. Since we were there only one night, we didn't really unpack. The electric fireplace in the living room was nice to watch. There is a large flat screen TV in the living area. That was the only TV I saw. We never even turned it on. We all wanted to unwind and read instead. There were books to read if you didn't bring your own. They supplied bedding, towels, soap and shampoo. Cups, plates, paper towels were provided for anything you may have to warm up in the microwave. The refrigerator had some bottled water, and coffee, tea and other snacks were also available in the kitchen area. There was a small ironing board and iron if you needed and a blow dryer as well. The place was just perfect and if we come back, we would stay again. It was a great choice!