My husband and I spent the weekend in the Redfish studio. Although I didn't realize before arrival that the bed and the kitchen were both in one room, there was a sitting area in a separate room. The sitting room was outside the locked premises, but it was inside the labeled "Redfish" suite. The only other surprise was the floor of the shower, which was quite bumpy--I'm sure that's why the owners have covered it with a soft mat, but the mat could be a bit thicker. With the foregoing said, our stay was fantastic. The suite was on the canal side of the structure, and the views were spectacular. The bed was unbelievably comfortable, and we both slept better than we do at home! There was a small closet and a dresser, which were plenty of storage. The décor was understated and lovely--the happy whimsy of the colorful exterior was paired with soothing interior choices. The kayaks and bikes were very tempting, but our stay was so short that we couldn't make use of them. The canal-front patio and decks were welcoming and outfitted with comfy furnishings, and you can watch fish jump in the canal. There was even what appeared to be a juvenile osprey calling from atop a nearby tree on Saturday afternoon. In bed on Saturday night, we found This Is Spinal Tap on TV, on a LAFF station that we don't get in Massachusetts. Matlacha is a fun and fascinating place, and Fisherman's Paradise is an excellent location from which to experience Matlacha.