Our entire extended family enjoyed our stay at The Indigo Inn. We chose to rent a pontoon boat, but there is a ferry available. Even without a car, we had a great time. From the time we stepped off the boat, a large wagon beside the swing at the end of the dock to pull our stuff to the house, we felt like we had gone back in time. Judith York, the property manager, had a radio playing softly both in the house and the barn, set to old time music...There was a fire going, water bowls for the dogs, wood chopped and ready for our nightly smores, and everything we needed other than our food and water. The AC and heat worked great, with Florida weather, we used both. The beds were comfy with fresh bedding, plenty of bedrooms for all of us, charming footed tub baths on one side and new, modern baths on the other, plenty of fresh towels. The library was amazing, and there were games and a game room. If you have a large family, everyone will be comfortable and have their space. We loved the 'Barn' area and enjoyed an outside meal in the cooler temperatures, there is a nice grill, also. Our dogs had fun exploring the pasture and the orchard. We loved hiking up the path and never saw a single soul! Bring your bocce ball, kickball, football, volleyball because the grounds are perfect for games. Judith made sure we had everything we needed, and was totally accessable right from booking time. With the pontoon boat, we were able to explore around the lake, and went to Salt Springs, a half hour boat ride, which was gorgeous. We are looking forward to coming back again. If you want a cozy, rustic, old fashioned experience, this is the place for you. *the water is sulphur, it didn't bother us, but bring your own drinking water.