An unassuming mountain home on the outside turned out to be a GEM on the inside! You enter into a mudroom which has plenty of storage for bags, coats and shoes (and in the winter I am assuming plenty of place for ski paraphernalia). The kitchen is well-stocked. We had 9 people in our party--5 children--and there was plenty of places for everyone to sit: dinette set, stools at the kitchen counter, and a small round table. Unfortunately, there weren't enough dishes for everyone, but we brought paper plates to supplement.
The sleeping arrangements were perfect for us. Two spacious bedrooms with comfortable queen sized beds and closets; one bedroom with two bunk beds (not enough floor space in that room to fit an air mattress on the floor); and a "cubby" space off of the living room that is accessed with a provided stool/ladder and had a door for privacy. One of the pre-teens REALLY enjoyed having that space for her own (I think it may have actually had room for 2).
The back of the house is a wall of windows that let in a lot of light and included access to the deck which I used each morning to watch for pileated woodpeckers and sip my coffee! The cool evening air was usually enough to cool off the house overnight and keep it cool most of the day. But on one particularly hot day we ran the in-wall air conditioner for about 1/2 hour to get the heat out and that's all we needed.
The house is only a short ride to downtown, Diana's Baths, Story Land, Cranmore Mountain and other attractions. Since this was summer we were able to take advantage of the drive-through Jam stand at the end of the road as well!
We used the grill and cooked at home most evenings but got take-out from Taste of Thai downtown one night. I recommend it--it was great Thai food!