My husband, 2 kiddos (ages 11 & 12), furbaby and myself stayed here during Father’s Day weekend. This trip definitely goes in the memory book.
The views are breathtaking - everywhere you look there are so many shades of blue. Whether outside or inside, all you see is water and sky. The location is very private and you immediately feel relaxed upon arrival.
We stayed at the property majority of the time and enjoyed hanging out on the private beach, did some kayaking and snorkeling. There’s a lot of sea glass that washes up on the beach each day and my daughter had a fun time collecting some. Both kids enjoyed swimming too (staying close to the shore and both wearing life jackets). We fished from the shoreline but had no luck catching anything..
Our one outing was a lot of fun and also one I highly recommend. We drove to the town of Reedville (10 minute drive roughly) and parked at end of Main Street. We walked and took in all of the sites. The historic homes are absolutely beautiful to see and the residents are very friendly. We also visited The Reedville Fishermen’s Museum and there is so much to see, even though the building looks small - don’t let the size deceive you. If you love boats, fishing and history, it’s a must. Afterwards, we had an early dinner at The Crazy Crab (same town) and the food was delicious.
The home itself is very comfortable / cozy and the low ceiling in the MBR did not bother us. It’s very quiet and the only noise you can hear on a regular basis is waves hitting the beach, or an occasional boat go by. Nights are wonderful on the porch and the sky is so clear - lots and lots of stars.
For anyone wondering if a family of 4, plus a dog, would enjoy this home, my answer is absolutely yes!