This bungalow style accommodation is spacious and well designed for travelling with a family. If you are travelling with a group of friends this is not the ideal configuration of rooms. We had a "Master" bedroom, which had the best appointments. There was a second double bedroom, which would obviously be allocated to the next in the pecking order in the family. Upstairs there were single beds in an observatory arrangement, lounge room in the day, sleeping at might. This was obviously where the children would sleep, being the least private and least comfortable area. This arrangement gives the option of some separation between age groups, privacy that kids like, but with safety, and the distance reduces noise levels, which has to be a plus on holidays. So if you are travelling with friends who are equals, the heirarchy inherent in this accommodation could generate a little conflict. Having said that, the kitchen was well appointed, but may need some upgrading some time soon. The dining area is spacious and comfortable. as is the living area. There is an outside deck upon which you can enjoy a morning coffee or a quiet moment. You can park your car next to your bungalow which is handy if you are packing up picnics or water sports equipment and so forth. The property itself is built around a very large functioning lagoon, with water sports on offer on site. There is also an indoor pool, a bar with a view. We thought the tariffs were affordable for a group. There are wheel chair accessible bungalows for wheelies. The property is located a bit out of town, so you cant just go for a walk to the CBD or get a newspaper from the corner shop, or take an amble down the breakwall on a whim. You have to plan your day, and it goes without saying that this accommodation is car dependent.