The views are truly gorgeous. You can see far into the horizon and widely so sunsets are beautiful. There are nice walks along the water closely as well. The hosts Autumn and Kathryn were incredibly nice and stuck to their private quarters so guests feel like they are free to enjoy the communal spaces. Breakfast is served at 8:30 promptly in the covered porch which also has a lovely view. That said, the place is in desperate need of remodeling and upgrading. We stayed in the Jim and johns room, and the bathroom was beyond dilapidated. Tiles were missing in the floor, moldy tiles in the shower that need recaulking. No robes, just towels that were very pilly so after drying myself off I had to pick off little bits of towel stuck to my face before I put on lotion. It just didn't feel clean, and the second day the bed was made but the bathroom wasn't cleaned - there was still soap residue on the sink and no vacuuming, etc. Also, the bed was hard as a rock. The breakfasts were okay, but I think calling them gourmet is a bit of a stretch. The tea time baked goods put out were also several days stale, it was like they sliced up their own leftovers for the guests. I think it is overpriced unless you're going to take advantage of the free wine (mini wine bottles), otherwise you really feel like costs are cut everywhere else. As I said, the hosts were incredibly nice, but I think the owners have cut costs too much. Also, they kindly told us as repeat guests we would save 15 percent if we came back for another stay. That would be more like the right price (about $150 instead of $180 for peak weekend night) given the experience.