My wife and I, two grown daughters, and their husbands spent nine days at Rockhedge, Estes Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park.
The home is beautiful! Felt "at home" immediately, with all the warmth of the woodwork and decor.
We had no problems with Rockhedge at all. Older homes have some "quirks" - the little things that baffle you for a moment, but you get used to them. In many ways it adds to the charm. Example: The knobs in the shower turn on/off in opposite directions. One of the kitchen sinks has cold water on the left and hot water on the right. Not a big deal. You just have to get used to it.
The home was great for six adults. One thing to note, the loft is a true loft and there is no door between it and the living room downstairs. It didn't bother us, but some people may want to know there are TWO bedrooms with doors and ONE loft bedroom. Nobody complained about the beds. Everyone was comfortable. We used the gas grill extensively, but had no issues with the stove when we used it.
Ease to getting to downtown Estes Park is great. Proximity to grocery stores, coffee shops, etc. is wonderful. And it's a quick trip through downtown to be on your way to Beaver Meadows in Rocky Mountain National Park (or there are hiking trails to Gem Lake, Twin Owls and Cow Creek just down the road without going through town!
I have a family of hikers that like to eat well. This was a great place to call "home base" and allowed us to get everywhere we wanted to go easily and to have all the comforts we wanted when we returned.