Only two days before our visit, our party of 3 was very lucky to secure a room at the Plaza BB as we wanted to sightsee in the area. First of all, the Plaza was SPARKING CLEAN which is the first thing that I always notice as well as the tasteful furnishings and wooden floors. We were warmly greeted by Kaitlyn, a very helpful and gracious hostess, who is a summer intern majoring in recreational services. We were led upstairs to our large bedroom with an adjoining small sitting room that became my bedroom when a surprisingly comfortable twin inflatable mattress was set up by the staff that evening. We had the sole use of a large newly remodeled hall bathroom that was right outside our bedroom. There is an afternoon “tea” served consisting of tea and lemonade and some type of snack. That day, we enjoyed a delicious peach salsa. One thing that I especially liked was the guests had full use of the kitchen refrigerator and its contents. That way, I had a convenient place for my doggie bags from two restaurant meals.
Individual house robes were provided that came in handy when on Sunday morning, we helped ourselves to a 7:30 mini buffet with delicious Gevalia brand coffee, fresh cream, orange juice, pastries & the Washington Post. A more formal breakfast was served at 0900 at the large Amish made table. For that meal, a delicious apple bread pudding with sausage, fresh cut fruit compote was served by the hospitable owners, Joan & Michael Fitzpatrick who were ever so helpful with sightseeing events, locations, etc. We enjoyed the breakfast company of 3 other couples. The house is so quiet that we did not even realize there were other guests until that morning. The beach is certainly within walking distance-about a block or so away.
Suggestions: Parking is partly off the street and on grass in the surrounding neighborhood. Remember to park facing the correct side of the road or you will get a $ 25 parking ticket. You may find the Plaza swimming pool to be smaller in size than suggested in the picture.