This is a beautiful, well-designed property. The layout of two bedrooms on each floor is superb, and the house looks exactly like the pictures. It was very clean and well-appointed. In addition, the property manager was excellent--very responsive and great to work with. We paid a little extra for use of the elevator, which was handy for a person in our party with bad knees. There are a lot of stairs, so this also came in handy for loading in and out. The view were amazing, the beds were comfy, the showers had decent water pressure.
There were a few things we wished we had known:
1. The beach - just across the street, there's a beach access point. However, to access the water, you have to climb over some rocks. Not a big deal for most in our party, but for little ones or older folks, this was an issue. Additionally, all the houses there have built out private beaches, so there's really no place to set up camp. Just about a 5 minute walk, there is a small beach that's easy to access. But it's very small. On the weekend, it was absolutely packed - no social distancing practices at all. During the week, it was a bit easier to find some space. During high tide, this beach almost disappears though, so I recommend timing your beach stay accordingly.
2. The trains. They run all day and all night and the tracks are very close to the house. It's very, very loud and sometimes there were trains every 15 minutes. I wish I had known, and I would have likely booked somewhere different.
3. The bed that's advertised as a queen is actually a double. This room is on the third floor, and is more of an alcove with doors. That itself wasn't an issue, but know that it isn't a queen bed.
Overall, our stay was excellent. Although I likely wouldn't stay at this property again, just because of the trains and lack of beach access, I wouldn't hesitate to stay at another of the companies properties, and know I know better questions to ask.