Eight adults spent a great time in this lake house. Owners very accommodating and live very close. Driveway is a bit difficult for low slung vehicle, but plenty of room to park cars at end of driveway (we had 4 cars). Dining table seats 6 or unfolds for 8...great place for evening board games. Lots of kitchen work space....plenty of plates, glasses, silver, blender, griddle, dishwasher, etc. Bring your own crock pot or make inquiry to owner. Air conditioners in livingroom, upstairs master bedroom and one of the double rooms, is a fan there as well, ceiling fans. House has 2 queen and 2 double-bed bedrooms....(Q on first floor, Q & 2 D on second, 1 bath each floor). Bring your own alarm clocks. Two nice porches on lake side to sit on, large gas grill. No internet hook-up (we brought our own my-fy that worked when placed out on the deck) and no house phone...cell phone service could be spotty (we had Verizon & our batteries went down while network searching as we traveled around). For entertainment, canoe and 2 kayaks to use in the large lake and channels, life jackets in various sizes, swim floats, about 30+ steps down to the lake/dock but you can do it....lounge area, ping pong table, puzzles, a few kids games, books in basement family room, camp fire area between house and lake. Large washer/dryer in basement as well. Good central location for us....Boston about 1½ hours, Old Sturbridge Village about ½ hour (well worth the trip...use your military card for admission), 1½ hours to Essex, CT for the train and riverboat trip (again, use your military for discount)....”3 hour tour” to Vermont and New Hampshire. Purple Onion in West Brookfield for gift shopping...Walmart and farm markets not far. Breakfast at Haymakers Grill...very friendly, good food, huge portions and reasonable price...fast easy way to get going on your exit day.