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we had bad weather but the cottage was fine.The grounds are nicely landscaped and we had everything we needed.Best of all we could bring our dog with us.The manager was very nice and helpful.First time we brought a pet to Montauk and we will come...More
Stayed at the West cottage which has a bedroom w TV, a fully equipped kitchen, living room w a large TV and a good selection of cable channels. A wood burning stove and a Screened In porch w table and chairs There is a grill...More
I was so looking forward to a pre season getaway and called to book what I thought was a small cottage. The description of this property is deceiving. The unit I got was not a cottage but rather in a large building along with several...More
As a traveler, every once in a while you find a place that speaks to you in a special way and you know that you will return. That is what happened during our stay at Hither House Cottages on a recent cold and foggy winter...More
We've been coming to Hither House for years in the fall and winter when it's quiet out in Montauk. All of the cottages are equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay including a Kitchen (stocked with utensils, plates, glasses etc.), classic Weber kettle...More
Do the kitchens have any basic seasonings ot salt & pepper - or should we bring our own?
30 August 2015|
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Response from MollyMe | Reviewed this property |
While there were plenty of cutlery and dishes, there were no seasonings or paper goods, except a roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. Of course we were early in the season. To be safe, I'd bring your own.