Love, love, love this home. And it is a home! It isn't a sparely furnished rental -- it is a home that becomes yours. The cozy but rather large living room is filled with comfy sofas and chairs, which allowed our extended family to gather and play games. We had wonderful dinners around the dining room table and lunch out on the back porch. With four adults staying in the cottage and six adults and a teenager staying in the main house, we expected to feel crowded. However, we all had more than enough space and wished a few more of our family could have joined us because there was more sleeping space. Everything from our comfortable beds, soft towels and well-stocked kitchen (including cookbooks, many bowls and pots, full spice cabinet, and coffee press) made this a perfect place for our 25th Anniversary celebration. For part of the week we hired a chef from the island, which was a wonderful treat. We rented bikes and rode to the local brewery. Many of our guest took a five-mile bike ride to get bagels for breakfast. The island is filled with great bike paths. Riding to the beach was on a barely traveled road to a very nice beach and pond that wasn't crowded and very family oriented. I want to go back to visit the museums to learn more about the history of the island. There are bike paths I missed and kayaking in the harbor would be great. But back at the house, one can just relax on the hammock in the expansive yard, play a game of Frisbee, or my favorite, sitting on the upper porch reading a good book by one of the Nantucket authors.