Four of us plus our Labradoodle stayed here for 7 nights. We were very comfortable and very pleased. The house has an extra large screened porch plus large great room. The steps leading up to the house are very easy to use if you have health issues. AT&T cell phones don't work in house or on beach but along the paved road to Reynolds Mansion you can check voicemail or make calls. WiFi works great in the house, so bring your laptop! We ate all of our meals on the porch and used the indoor dining table as our pantry for shelf stable foods. The kitchen comes equipped with every gadget imaginable including 3 different coffeemakers, one that grinds! Lots of spices, etc. Bring veggies, breakfast foods, meats, beverages, bait, bug spray, sunscreen. Be sure to visit the Sapelo ferry website to see what they do not allow on the ferry (no oversized coolers, etc.) The very small store sells sodas, beer, some canned goods. Right out front, if the tide is low, you can harvest mussels, oysters and clams, but bring muck boots. We caught two large flounder in the salt water river out front and spent a lot of time sitting by it in the beach chairs provided. The golf cart is a must, and if there are more than two of you, ask about renting an extra. You need it to get to Nannygoat Beach, an expansive white sand beach with huge sand dollars. Don't miss a tour of the Reynolds Mansion, Indian shell mound, lighthouse and Behavior Cemetery. The local Geechee community is warm, friendly and helpful, plus terrific tour guides. Some of them make sweetgrass baskets by advance order. Before you come, read Cornelia Bailey's book God, Dr. Buzzard and the Bolito Man, it's a must read. Sapelo is unique, unspoiled, remote, beautiful, rich with history and teeming with wildlife. Be prepared to leave enchanted. We can't wait to come back!