My family and I stayed here for four nights in April and had a wonderful time. This property is in a near-perfect location, with hiking literally 5 minutes away, and 10,000 Waves right across the street. The fact that it's two units creates for an interesting layout. On the side with the loft (king bed) and the bedroom with the queen, there is a small "butler's" kitchen with large dining and sitting areas, along with a couple of outside spaces. The other unit, with what I guess would be considered the house's master bedroom with the only full en suite bathroom, is connected via a small stairway. It has a spacious and well-appointed kitchen, dining and seating areas as well as outdoor space. The grounds are rustic but beautiful, nestled into the mountain. The choppy layout served us well a few mornings, when those who needed quiet space to work did so on one side of the house, while the rest of us found our own separate spaces to read or chat. An issue that unfortunately I can't omit is that the beds and linens offered a subpar sleeping experience, with everyone who slept on the king mattresses complaining of aches and pains throughout the trip. The linens and pillows could definitely be upgraded to match the rest of the level of quality of the experience as they were unbreathable polyester. I also failed to notice when booking this that the lofted bedroom has no shower (only a tub), which made for some awkward sharing of the bathroom with the shower downstairs, strangely situated off one of the main seating areas. Overall, I think most of these issues could be easily remedied, and I'm sure the house layout could work for a variety of different parties, as there is plenty of space for everyone. Geoffrey was very good about being in touch and offering clear instructions, which was much appreciated. If the bed and linen situation were upgraded, I could see us booking this again in the future.