The house is located on the far west side of the island. If you are traveling with children, a golf cart is a must, as it is a bit far out of town. The bedrooms and bathrooms are very spacious and it is nice to have the extra full bathroom on the 1st floor. The house is very simple though. We have rented a half dozen houses in Mexico and Central America and this was by the far the most basic. It would have been nice to have some tile in the house instead of just cement floors throughout. Only 1 bathroom had a small bit of tile. The bath towels were very plush and big! It can be quite buggy during dusk. The patio is great with a table, but it is not easy to eat outside due to the bugs. Inside the house does not have great living or dining space for a lot of people. (We were 4 adults and 4 kids). The kitchen was well equipped with appliances, but the cupboards were a little awkward, being very low and odd to access. Some basic upkeep is needed, like the fan outside is very rusty and not safe to use. The thatch roof over the master porch has a hole in it. There is A LOT of glass on the beach. We picked up glass during our entire stay and required that everyone wear shoes on the beach. It was unfortunate. If you look straight out from the house, the view to the water and beach is stunning. However, there are crumbling cement walls on either side of the beach and some other cement structures in the water that make the view when sitting on the beach less than perfect. Vicky and her whole family were amazing. She cleaned every day, which was not expected but welcome. Her mother Lourdes cooked for us one evening and the food was delicious. Her brother David took us on a boat adventure and picked us up right in front of the house, which was awesome! We had an enjoyable stay, but would look for alternative housing options if coming back to Holbox again.