We enjoyed the cottage very much, and recommend it. It's in a small group of semi-attached (duplex) units with their own road and driveway access, parking and private entrances . We never heard any sounds coming from the attached unit. Everything was as described, even better. It's just off Rt-6 so it's a just 30 min drive or less to anyplace on the Lower to Outer Cape. We used it as a base to visit Provincetown, Orleans, Chatham, Harwich, and even Martha's Vineyard (it's about an hour back to Woods Hole). The beds were comfortable and everything was clean when we arrived. The kitchen was well equipped if you wish to cook. There are a couple of charcoal grills outside but you'll need to bring your own charcoal and means for starting the coals. The local caretakers for the Cottage were very responsive and responded quickly to our one request. Locale stuff: Being a runner, I was able to do my morning runs by going to Nauset Light/National Seashore (Brackett Road->Nauset Road->Cable Road, 4 mlies roundtrip) and see the ocean each morning. Do it around 7:30am and you have the seashore to yourself. We went to Coast Guard beach ($15 parking fee, large lot with enough turnover so we got in around 2pm), Chatham Light beach (parking is free after 4:30pm) , and a Dolphin Fleet whale watch (P-town) which was spectacular. Arnold's Lobster Clam Bar is just under a mile down Rt-6, and is very good (check it out on Yelp); but note it's no-reservations, they only take cash (ATM inside), and by 6pm the line can get really long. It's a self-serve place with lots of tables inside, some outside, paper plates, the usual for a Cape clam shack. The associated mini-golf (cash, again) is fun and easy enough for children. You can walk from the cottage to a Ben & Jerry's on the opposite side of Rt-6. There's Dunkin' Donuts there as well. In the same stripmall is Sam's which makes really good sandwiches for around $7. They are all fresh and big. We grabbed them to take to the beach. Check it out. The Cape Cod Rail Trail is just past Sam's if you're a biker. There's a bike rental shop right there as well. There's a Stop & Shop supermarket back south at the Rt-6 rotary with Rt-6a.