We stay at several vrbo's a year, and to date this is the cleanest, most well stocked one we have been to ( there was even contact solution, bug spray, marshmallows and fresh flowers throughout, plus lot of shampoo and showering supplies). There is a nice firepit out back with some lights around it (we were not lucky enough to find the plug though) and a little house nearby the firepit containing music and blankets and such. We bought some firewood, set up our badminton set and had a nice evening in the yard. There is a cute garden that my husband enjoyed sitting on the bench and having lunch at. This house has a lot of adorable sitting spaces, the outdoor porch would be nice if you are there when it is not the middle of summer heat. The kitchen is so well stocked, and there is a nice weber grill out back, so you have plenty of choices if you want to eat in, with plenty of seats at the table, and extra bar stools as well. The sleeping accommodations were comfortable, and the fresh flowers there cute as well. The location next to the bike path is sweet, we used it daily for jogging and biking, and riding to town is very doable. You will hear some traffic sound as you are on a road that leads to town, but it did not bother our group. Our only suggestions would be to provide more towels, and maybe some fans for the upstairs as the air conditioning struggles to work its way up if you are there when it is very hot like we were. There also was an abundance of ants which I am sure they will get on. All in all though, loved this spot, and how clean and well stocked it was. If you need eating ideas, the Filling Station has great pizza, beer and salads. The Apache Trout Grill is nearby , on the water, and has good food - go early or late. We went at 8:30 and only waited 10 minutes and food was delivered super fast. Gallagher's has great cherry products ( chocolate covered, salsa's, cinnamon rolls, etc).