This place has some big positives and some eye-opening negatives. Overall, if you can manage to fit in 8 people somehow, it is well worth it though you will be griping about certain things even as you enjoy the real-Tahoe ambiance, spaciousness of the lot, exceptionally generous parking (6? no problem at all), and location ... all of which are excellent.
We were 8 unrelated adult males and only managed to sleep 8 because one guy brought an inflatable and one used an RV parked outside. The bunk beds are for small people and kids at best and one bunk set is situated in an area much akin to a windowless closet. The master BR w/ its own deck and bathroom and good TV was very choice.
Some serious negatives include ...
- inadequate bathroom upstairs supposedly for 10 people ("sleeps 14" requires sleeping 10 upstairs). The shower stall is the cheapest ever, a free-standing metal-sided thing without even a soap dish inside. No towel racks anywhere, either. Sink is tiny - just a sink, period.
- BRs upstairs either have no coat hangers or not even a rod to hang them on.
- Kitchen lacks any sharp knife for chopping/cutting, drawers that fall out, ancient cutting block table w/ no storage underneath (a valuable space wasted), utensil tray with no place to go (just set atop microwave), very miscellaneous or inadequate collection of dishes (maybe 4 bowls total).
- LR is fine but TV is bad quality picture large flat screen. Barely watchable but even a thrift store would not want it.
- Porch is great asset but has a hidden hazard - one of us unwittingly set a chair atop a knot hole and the leg plunged through, leaving him on his back and the chair broken.
- no secure garbage can storage for pick ups (no metal box).
Hopefully the owner will fix some of the egregious problems and get a decent TV. That being said, all-in-all one can have a very nice time here. It is so nice to easily walk to the free beach (with complimentary pass), Harvey's, the gondola, Driftwood for breakfast.