We stayed at this house over July 4th weekend. Ryan was very easy to work with and extremely responsive. We would definitely stay here again. The house was in a great location -- about 2 miles from downtown Winter Park. It was also on a bus line, although you have to call for pickup as the bus does not make regular stops. The kitchen had plenty of pans and dishes. We brought our own spices and condiments; however, the kitchen looked well stocked in this area. There was an awesome, large deck that opened off the kitchen and den with plenty of room for lots of people. We didn't need A/C, although the downstairs bedrooms could use a fan (seemed a little stuffy albeit we didn't sleep in those rooms). The master bedroom is quite large with plenty of drawer and closet space. We were a bit disappointed it didn't have a king bed as there is plenty of room for it. And frankly, the queen bed wasn't that comfortable. The in-suite bathroom was a double vanity -- again very spacious. There were two negative items for us: one, due to the style of the metal stairs to the front door, our little dog couldn't go up/down them. This wouldn't be an issue for a bigger dog with bigger feet. Two, we were disappointed in the pet run as there was no grass -- just dirt, rocks, pine combs and weeds. There was also a lot of building debris under the walk leading to the pet run which invites trouble for a small dog. Plus, our dog had a hard time making it from the ground to the first step (oh, the troubles of being short). Nonetheless, the stairs and dog run aren't a deal breaker for us so we would stay here again. We didn't use the not-so private hot tub, but nice that it was available. This house would be ideal for a family that planned on skiing as it had plenty of room. The two car garage would be a huge plus in winter.