We spent our week here with absolutely perfect weather. The location to Campground Beach made for quick access. The grandchildren could ride their bikes, and the short walk meant going back to retrieve forgotten towels or to make lunch easy.
Positives on this house are the screened in porch, two living "areas," closet filled with games, ping pong table, well furnished deck with grill, comfortable beds, access to the beach, ample parking (we trailered two sailboats), large private backyard, and the outdoor shower. The kitchen is amply stocked with cookware (including a large lobster pot), utensils, dishes, and glassware. What was missing? Claw crackers and picks --- at least we couldn't find them.
Negatives (and I hesitate to use the word negative) were the low ceiling fan in the kitchen (anyone over 6 feet will likely hit their head on the light fixture), and --- the outdoor shower. So why, you ask, is it a positive and negative? The outdoor shower is located under a bedroom window. For privacy, you have to rely on no one peering out the window while you are in the shower (the lower part of the window is frosted, but can be opened.) Having said this, perhaps an awning/shade can be added to the outdoor shower stall. Bathrooms are dated but this doesn't affect their purpose. The kitchen is dated and small, but not unworkable.
Would I come again, absolutely. Nothing was so "off" that it encumbered our stay. My husband and I relish our morning coffee and this house provided a number of serene spots to sit, drink our coffee, and start our day. The grandchildren happily pulled out various games and played when we weren't heading to the beach or out for a sail. Our thanks to the owners for sharing their home away from home.