My family of 6 stayed for one week. The home was clean and fairly well maintained. There were lots of small bugs in the kitchen (mites? ants? not sure), but we've been on other islands and they are impossible to keep out, and they really aren't any bother. There were a few minor repairs needed, but nothing that really impacted our stay. We did run out of water on the last day right before leaving for the airport, so that complicated things as we tried to prepare to depart, but it was a minor inconvenience. The wifi is very limited and with all of our family on it with their smartphones it wasn't working all that well, but that was okay since we were on a beautiful island and the internet was not that important. The beach is very nice, but the Atlantic side was a bit too choppy for us to do much snorkeling off our beach. Next time we come we will try to research when the Atlantic is typically the calmest. However, there are 135 beaches on the island on both the Caribbean and Atlantic side so there were plenty of decent snorkeling spots that were short drives. The snorkeling was just okay, but had the Atlantic been calmer I think we would have had even better snorkeling opportunities. The road leading to the home is one lane for a good ways, with some blind curves and hills, so it is imperative to drive very slowly. There was one kayak at the home, but no one really wanted to kayak by themselves so didn't use it (I'd suggest getting one more for future guests). There were plenty of towels provided which was nice, and the kitchen was well stocked, however I'd recommend for future guests that more toilet paper and paper towels are provided.
We enjoyed our stay very much. It was our first time to the island and there's lots to see and do so we were going the entire time. We traveled the entire island as it doesn't take as long as you'd think to get from Governor's Harbor to the northern and southern parts. There were amazing things to see at the glass bridge up north and the lighthouse area on the southern tip was also amazing. I found out that you can fly directly into North Eleuthera airport from Atlanta and bypass the small jet from Nassau to the Governor's Harbor airport. Next time we will do that as the small jet was having mechanical issues and the guy repairing our plane did little to instill confidence (his tools were in a ziplock bag and consisted of a crescent wrench and bailing wire - no I'm not kidding or exaggerating).