Staying here was like being at the family summer house. The house was delightfully full of chachkies, rugs, wall ornaments, and furniture. In the kitchen are miscellaneous utensils, bowls, dishes and the like for preparing a meal. The large porch gets a mix of sun and shade; it was a great place to eat meals and lay out to take a snooze or read a book.
There are three rooms: two larger (but still small) and one very small. One of the larger rooms has a queen bed and closet, the other has two single beds and a closet. The smallest room has a double bed against the wall with no closet. Also there are two bathrooms with showers (one has a newish washer/dryer), a kitchen, dining room, and living room with TV and cable. There is a limit of 6 people staying here at a time so as not to put too much pressure on the plumbing but even without this consideration, more than 6 would be *very* challenging.
I stayed with my sisters, two baby nephews, me and husband on the first weekend. In the room with the two single beds and we were able to squeeze a pack-n-play in the corner. With the toddlers, not having a bath tub was a challenge, as were the steep stairs, and many interesting models and such all around, but being on the island provided plenty of interesting places to go and things to do with small children.
The second weekend we had two aunts, my mom, me and my husband (5 adults). We never felt crowded. Another note: The walls are paper thin. Although there is plenty of space to get some time alone, you can hear most sounds through the vent in the floor or through the walls.
Peaks is a great place to stay, it's quiet, the people are friendly, and there are lots of lovely walks to go on. We had a little bit of an emergency and after going to the ER, the island doctors were wonderful (and very close to this cottage!) with the follow-up.
A few warnings: in the summer months it can be a challenge to get a car on a car ferry because they fill up fast, there is a lot of glass on the beaches and shallow water so you'll need to always wear sandals or keep a sharp eye out, the beaches are small and rocky, and the island store has a very limited selection. The watchword with island living is always planning, planning, planning!