Our group of 8 adults and 4 kids were comfortably accommodated in the 5 bedrooms on the second floor, while we spent the waking hours in the living room, family room and on the deck. The backyard, accessed by a flight of stairs, had a rustic feel and on its many trees, a variety of birds were spotted throughout the day.
We ate at the Friendly Fisherman, Vincent's, and Box Lunch, all within 10 minutes drive from the house. The kayaking (Cape Kayaking) from Hemenway Road was also easily accessible in 15 minutes. The grill in the backyard came in handy to cook some of the quahogs we had collected from the Nauset Marsh, while the rest we cooked with linguini in the amply large kitchen which was generously stocked with pots, pans, cutlery, plates, glasses and cups.
The sunrise over Nauset Marsh (at the end of Fort Hill Rd, about 15 minutes drive from the house) was inspiring. Importantly, the sunset at Campground Beach was a sight to behold. On one afternoon we drove for about 30 minutes and spent 3 hours in Provincetown and were back to the house for dinner (additionally having tasted some great pastries at PB Boulangerie in Wellfleet on the way back). In essence, the house is not only comfortable but is also very conveniently located.