We stayed at the property 6 nights and was under the impression that this was a traditional VRBO listing. VRBO has allowed a motel and RV park to be listed on VRBO. As a traditional motel it was nice and met our needs, especially with a kitchenette and table and chairs. We paid VRBO market prices for the same unit as those who rented directly from the motel/RV manager.
This unit was no different that any other attached rooms in the complex. The stay overall was good, given we didn't spend that much time there. The unit we rented was #9, which really didn't have its own parking spot. We were fortunate that no one was using the area next to the cabin that we learned was for RV overflow. The last night the owner, who was nice enough, asked us to move our car to the main lot. Fortunately a couple people had left so we could get a close parking spot. The next morning a massive RV (35+ft) pulled into the area next to our cabin. It was literally 3 feet away from our front door. Certainly we didn't expect that to happen. If this had been earlier in our vacation it would have been an issue for us. I believe its misrepresented as a VRBO property.
When we arrived we found the room without proper supplies, ie toilet paper, paper towels, also low on stock on other supplies. When we notified the owner they were responsive and apologized. The carpeting in the unit was pretty dirty as well.
I would recommend this property be listed as a motel with a kitchenette & table/chairs.