The husband and I were celebrating ten years after initially getting engaged in Puerto Rico. Spent a couple days in Old San Juan before venturing to the west coast in search of waves and local beach culture. This home was perfect for us! We were greeted with a beautiful bouquet of flowers for our anniversary which was a nice touch. Spacious, comfortable, and an amazing setting overlooking the crashing waves 30 yards from the front porch. Several mornings we just pulled the lawn chairs across the street and sat on the water's edge with our coffee watching the guys boogie board. The upstairs lanai is where we lived when we were home enjoying most of our meals there and evening cocktails on the weekend watching the parade of locals on atv's, horses, and roaring through town, sirens blazing, in rocked out jeeps. All the festivity just led to the experience and we loved the locals, chatting it up frequently. We used the kitchen and all its utensils and gadgets regularly especially the blender with all the availability of fresh fruit. Definitely hit up the San Piedra Market before leaving San Juan and stock up as the quality in the nearby grocery store is not nearly as fresh. As far as the house, the description and photos gives a perfect impression so no need to elaborate. We aren't much fans of A/C so we only used it in the bedroom for sleeping and we were always comfortable just keeping the door closed all the time. No noise complaints really from the master upstairs either and all the other bedrooms are in the back of the house so I imagine they aren't too bad either. My favorite thing about this home is location, location, location! My husband spent three days at a surf school in Rincon, we hit many of the beaches...Crashboat is awesome for just chilling and meeting folks; made it out to Guajataca Forest for a Cave hike, and down to La Parguera to the Bio Bay. Everything was a convenient drive, folks were friendly. Loved that there were 5-6 food/bars within walking distance. Would definitely return....oooh, and that hot water thing...just turn the faucet on a slow trickle and voila! you're good to go. I mean, who wants scalding hot water when you're sunburnt and its 85 degrees, right? Nothing but two thumbs up here!!!