Although we never met Joyce to go over the workings of the cottage, my husband Tom and I enjoyed having her as a guest and here we have responded to her comments… Yes, the cottage is in the country and yes it’s somewhat remote. Therefore, cell phone coverage is limited. Verizon is the most popular carrier and they offer excellent 4G service. The cottage is 2 miles away from a Verizon tower and about 1 mile away from a new tower that was installed last year. The new tower was put up by a private company and currently they lease tower space to Verizon. We understand that other carriers are interested in leasing space on the new tower. Hopefully there will be more cell phone choices in the future. The cottage has Wi-Fi via a Verizon DSL line which due to our location, we’re very lucky to have. The Blue-Ray DVD player has Wi-Fi access to Pandora and many of our guests bring their Roku sticks for use with the flat panel TV. We tried installing an antennae for local TV channels but it was not reliable at all due to the mountainous terrain. We do not provide meals at the cottage. As Joyce says, we do provide coffee and a bottle of wine. For several of our regular-returning guests who do not drink wine, we provide chocolates sourced from a local supplier. And the town of Callicoon, NY located just 6 miles east of the cottage has many fine eateries. Although the cottage is small, and as Joyce states, there are many windows (as well as 3 exterior French doors). The exterior French doors have curtains and each window has a pull-down shade. Our guest’s comfort is very important to us and each year we do something to improve the cottage. We’ve never had any comments about our current window blinds not blocking the sun. Additionally, the family amenities section of our listing states that we do not have room darkening shades. However, this year we’ll look into installing room darkening shades in at least the bedroom. The queen size bed has a Sealy Posturepedic mattress with a soft topper. The bed is made using fresh linens including ironed sheets and pillow cases. The bathroom is located immediately adjacent to the bedroom. At only 612 square feet, the cottage is small so it does not have an en suite master bath. Access to the bath is through the bathroom door located just outside the bedroom door. Since the cottage only has one bedroom, when we built the cottage we thought one door entering the bath would be enough. Additionally, en suites are private bathrooms and are never built off of common areas like hallways such as what the cottage has. The cottage hallway accommodates our guests who invite other friend and family members to the cottage for get-togethers where they all have access to the bath. Many of our guests do this and having guests access the bath only through the bedroom would be awkward. The cottage is simply too small to support a private master bedroom en suite along with a ½ bath for visitors. There are 3 exterior door entrances to the cottage. Each as an outside light(s) controlled via wall-switches inside. There is also an outside light with two 100-watt spotlights installed on the back of the cottage and controlled via an inside wall switch by the kitchen door. In total, there are 6 outside lights (1 patio side, 2 front side, 1 kitchen side, 2 spotlights in back). For each guest we ask if they know about when they might arrive. If it’s after dark, we hang a lit lantern at the bottom of our driveway. We do that because there aren’t any street lights here and the cottage is not visible from the road. The cottage is located about 1,000 feet up our driveway and for late check-ins (such as Joyce), we leave in and outside lights ON, the side door unlocked, and the key on the kitchen counter. As Joyce accurately points out, if you’re staying here and go out at night, you’ll need to light your return. So if you go out at night, turn on some of the outside lights before you leave. Of course, if you want us to light the driveway lantern every night you’re here, just let us know.