Susan was a very nice host, she met my family and I at the condo unit and provided two sets of keys before departing. She owns another home in the neighborhood, and lives nearby. The photos of the condo are accurate. There are 3 bedrooms; one Master bedroom with a king sized bed and bathroom with shower stall, one bedroom with a queen sized bed, and the third bedroom with a bunk bed with a full/queen sized futon on the bottom and a twin bed on the top. No sheets were provided - you'll have to bring your own, as we did. We did not use the kid's bedroom at all as both beds were extremely hard. There is a pull-out sofa in the sofa in the living room. The condo is on the 3rd floor of a shared owner building, be prepared to walk up several flights of steps with luggage.
The unit was a 25 minute drive from Atlantic City's boardwalk area. There is a beach about a 5 minute walk from the condo. You'll have to pay $10 to use the beach unless you get beach tags/passes from Susan. The condo came furnished with silverware, cups, cutlery, pots and pans - we did not use these as they were dirty. There is a dishwasher and microwave, and a washer and dryer, although we didn't use any of these features for our 2 night stay. The Italian restaurant down the block was awful, the fettucine alfredo was not well seasoned, nor were any of the chicken dishes. The sausage and peppers and pizza was good. The price per portion was high.
This would have been a 3 star review, had the condo's bathrooms been cleaned thoroughly when we checked in, had the dishware been clean, and had we been able to use the 3rd bedroom. Unfortunately we did not have a relaxing end to our weekend as the host requested a cleaning fee of nearly $100 for the condo, after we checked out. We disputed this with AirBnB as not only did we have to clean when we checked in, but we gave the unit a "hospital grade" cleaning when we left.
In a nutshell, the home is gorgeous, however one bedroom is entirely unusable, you may have to clean when you check in, and can potentially be charged an outrageous amount when you check out - this defeats the point of renting a condo vs a hotel.