This family-owned and operated property, located on three acres, is composed of seven buildings, ranging from two main motel buildings, four rental homes and a recreation building. Many of the rooms feature captivating beach views. Décor is clean, crisp and basic, but between the oceanfront location, the large private beach and the extensive facilities, you probably won't be spending much time in your room. This is an ideal property for families, especially in the larger rooms, which have kitchenettes.
YOU SHOULD KNOW When the hotel says the “value” rooms are small, believe them. These rooms are good for singles or couples who plan on using the room to sleep and enjoy the area.
Rooms in the main motel buildings range from smaller \"value\" units with one queen-size bed to pricier deluxe accommodations with kitchenettes and sitting areas, plus a few spacious condo-style suites. Four large three- and four-bedroom vacation houses are also available for rent; they can sleep up to 12 and are fully equipped with luxurious amenities. All rooms have plush pillowtop beds. There is also a townhouse for rent 3.5 miles away on the Bass River.
If an ocean view is important, book a superior ocean front room on the second floor in the Cross Rip.
Most people hang out on the beach or the recreation center, rather than the lobby. That said, guests can get coffee and borrow games and DVDs in the lobby.
A basic continental breakfast with coffee, cereals and pastries is included. The waterfront Deep End Café, located on the bluff overlooking the ocean, serves casual fare and alcoholic and non- alcoholic drinks.
YOU SHOULD KNOW The Deep End is generally only open when the weather is fine.
You’ll need a car to get to restaurants, shops and other attractions.
For seafood, The Oyster Company (3-minute drive) offers fresh oysters and other tasty seafood dishes. If you’re in the mood for Italian, Alberto’s Ristorante (26-minute drive) serves delicious Northern Italian fare in an upscale setting.
The Red Nun (4-minute drive) is a lively bar with a large draft beer selection, plus entertainment like trivia on Wednesday nights and live music on the weekends. Further afield, emBargo (24-minute drive) is an upscale tapas and martini bar, with live music or a DJ on many nights.