I was very disappointed in Davids review. He was the second person to rent the cottage. The first young couple, who were there to hike the Adirondacks, gave us a 5 star review. Sunny cottage is a charming cottage which reflects the Adirondack's of the 1940's when it used to be a stopping station for trolley's making their way up Lake Geroge's Prospect mountain. There is nothing "rustic" about it as David suggests, as is clearly shown in the attached photo's.
Their were some original concerns the first being that the was no soap in the bathroom which was totally not on my radar screen but will be now. I considered it a toiletry such as shampoo. The tv didn't work but was easily remedied by plugging it in. There was a small cleanliness issue which took 2 minutes and a squirt with windex to fix. They also felt that since there was no dishwasher that I should have supplied paper products. Again, not on my radar screen. As the listing suggests we did supply beginning paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels and napkins. We also tightened some screws on one of the saddle back stools on our new Amish pub table. I also brought over a kitchen trash can with a cover.
I wish he had mentioned how quickly I responded to his concerns and had them remedied with the hour, probably the first ten minutes. I don't think there are any other "deficiencies" to improve. I also wish he had commented on the expansive lawn and attractive outdoor eating areas.
I also showed David one of the other larger cottages behind his and he brought his wife back over and they both loved it saying it was like a Paris flat.
He and his wife Annie seemed to thoroughly enjoy the cottage and the Lake George region. I actually enjoyed them and found Annie charming.
Don't limit yourself to a sterile a Holiday Inn which once inside could be in any city in America. But if you want to experience a cozy charming cottage this one is for you.