You can tell an architect designed this secluded house, brilliantly maximizing the extraordinary bay views from almost every room, not to mention the sunsets from the living room and deck. We appreciated that there's no fence around the deck to interrupt the scene. The electrical design was equally thoughtful, with ample conveniently-placed lighting, switches and outlets. Storage in bedrooms is more than generous. We enjoyed thoughtful small conveniences, such as bedside lamps with outlets in the master bedroom, and a phone charging station in the kitchen. We were particularly delighted to find the staircase has a door at the bottom to close it off - such a relief with a toddler.
The side and backyard gardens are restful, generously landscaped, and carefully maintained. They became a necessary part of our toddler's morning rounds, greeting the fish, sweet alyssum, and Buddha.
The Brewster Tidal Flat area is a unique and beautiful natural phenomena - we could not get enough of the Grand Show by Mother Nature, directly from the living room, even on the rainy days. The sunsets are not-to-miss, also right from the living room.
We found the beach and bay perfect for our toddler (and adults!) - so clean and calm, with clear access to the very gently sloped shoreline -- no bed of rocks to scramble over. High tide left plenty of open beach to walk along and enjoy in both directions. Low tide was a tranquil exploration of entrancing, sweeping beauty as we ventured over the flats. We mapped our stroll at 1 mile straight out from the house.
Our hosts, Janet and James, were welcoming and easy to communicate with, reaching out via text occasionally to be sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed, even replacing a lightbulb within a few hours.
We had a wonderfully rejuvenating vacation and hope to visit again.