Tuck Inn was great. It was our first time there. We have spent many summer weeks in Chincoteague and this place was the most "Chincoteaguey" of them all! Rustic and full of charm and feeling. I loved the solid feeling of it. Our dogs liked the carpeting. The only suggestion I would make is get rid of the water-filled canoe out back--a mosquito nursery!
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The house was nice but was older. It had the old beach house charm which we all loved. We had 3 kids with us (ages 3, 5, and 7). They all slept upstairs which was a little scary because the stairs going up there were very steep. They all made it through just fine though. There were TVs in the bedrooms but there was no cable which was a bummer. There was a nice yard for the kids though and they had so much fun. I would stay there again in a New York minute.