My husband and I enjoyed our stay at Timothy's place. The cottage was simple, the view spectacular. Very peaceful on the lake. Just what we needed. We drove there in a small SUV and managed fine on the private road (dirt, gravel, and stone) by driving slowly and carefully. It is a bit steep in spots but it is only about a half mile or so. The cottage is surrounded by trees which kept it nice and cool even on hot days so we really didn't need to use the air conditioner much. Much warmer on the dock which was a perfect balance as the water was refreshing. The stairs going down to the water were not terribly steep (we've stayed at places that were more extreme) but might present a problem to someone who isn't reasonably fit and/or able. One certainly needs to be careful, in any case, especially after a few cocktails. A couple of stairs were replaced by cinder blocks. They are fairly stable but it is important to be mindful of that. The dock itself has a few loose boards that should probably be replaced soon. Again, it is important to be mindful of them. Regarding the kitchen, there is no oven so don't plan on baking; however, the stove is fine and there is a nice grill on the deck right outside the door. There are basic pots and pans and cooking utensils available to use. The bedrooms are very small. The second bedroom is especially small and only has bunk beds; we used it to store our things to avoid cluttering the rest of the cottage. I suppose a couple with two young children could make use of the bunk beds but it would be too crowded with any other adults, in my opinion. As others have said, there are no doors on the bedrooms, just curtains instead. No curtains on the windows, though. The other cottages are far enough away that it shouldn't be an issue. We stayed during the week and there was literally no one else around. Even the lake traffic was minimal. We only saw a couple boats go by a day. Such a nice break from living in the city! Oh, a friendly, older dog wandered up onto the porch and was looking at us through the window one afternoon. His owner showed up on the grounds to retrieve him shortly after. He was the only person we saw the entire time we were there. We brought DVDs to watch when we weren't enjoying the lake. I found a great memoir to read in a basket of books near the sofa: The Unwanted by Kien Nguyen who came to the United States as a refugee from Vietnam. It was incredible, I highly recommend it. We had a lovely time and plan to return when we can.