My husband and I stayed 3 nights in this amazing house. We stayed on the top floor. I am partially disabled and use a scooter outside. I needed a place with no stairs, an elevator, and also a good sofa or recliner, and wanted to be near the water. We had the most relaxing wonderful time here. We could have many other people with us and may do this with a group sometime or come back alone.
The house is very near miles of private beach. There is a row of large houses between this house and the beach and that is it. So the beach is a step away and you can see it out all the windows and hear it and smell it. The area is special. The house has everything, and I do mean everything, you could need. The kitchen is huge and equipped every convenience. There was even coffee for the coffee maker (nice touch!). The sofas and beds are so comfortable. Sofas are large and full of throw pillows and coffee tables sturdy and uncluttered. The king size bed had a firm memory foam mattress. Best bed I ever slept on. The shower was gigantic and well designed.
I loved sitting out of the various decks. We saw stars at night. You also have full cable, board games, a docking station for your ipod, if it was raining and you wanted to stay inside or veg after a day at the beach. The other floors also have seating areas, on-suite bathrooms and there seem to be sinks everywhere. All the bathrooms are stocked too, which is a nice touch.
It is home away from home or the home you wished you had. It is luxurious, yet you can really get comfortable. There is plenty of room for whatever you might bring. There seems to be all sorts of beach equipment. Everything is very much as described and shown in the pictures and better.
Sue is a great person. She is very generous and fair and helpful.
For people with disabilities: The elevator is larger than I expected and there is a phone inside, so it's not claustrophobic. Seems very well built. The house does not have accessible bathrooms, in the sense of grab bars. There was a small step up into the master shower (not the other showers), but there is a ton of room for a shower seat. It might not fit every disabled person's needs, but good for many. Sue can answer any questions you might have about specific needs.