Heavenly Daze was a perfect accommodation for our group of five: me and my husband, our 16-year-old son and his friend, and my sister-in-law. As advertised, the main house has a combined living room/dining room and kitchen that offers gorgeous views of the Penobscot Bay and coastal towns along the mainland shore. The master bedroom is extra spacious, with a bathroom with a shower, a huge walk-in closet, and flow-through access to the adjoining laundry room. The second bedroom has bunk beds that worked well for the two teenage boys, who enjoyed holing up in their own space. The apartment above the garage also comfortably accommodates additional family members (in our case, my sister-in-law), but note that there are only two showers between the main house and the apartment--not a problem for us but potentially awkward, depending on the configuration of your group. It was unusually hot during our stay (at least for Maine) and the water was unusually warm, so we spent a fair amount of our time swimming at nearby Turtle Head Cove, with special trips to Sprague's Cove and Islesboro's Town Beach on the other side of the island. We brought bikes and so felt obliged to ride them, despite enough hilly terrain to remind us how out of shape we are. There are also a few shops on the southern end of the island, including one that serves up Maine-made ice cream. A few helpful things to know: the last ferry from Lincolnville Beach runs at 5 pm. If you miss that there is no way to get your car to the island, so far as I know. If you'll be arriving in Lincolnville later in the afternoon we'd recommend calling ahead for a ferry reservation, or getting in the non-reserved vehicle line early enough to be sure you make it over to the island. (There are only a limited number of reservations; otherwise it's first come, first served.) We went back and forth to the mainland a number of times, but at $30 for a car and driver, and $11 per additional passenger, ferry service is relatively expensive, so we'd also recommend spending some time acquiring groceries on the mainland before heading over. Approaching from the south, there's a Hannaford grocery store in Rockport, as well as many specialty markets: Fresh off the Farm, State of Maine Cheese Co., and Maine Street Meats in Rockport, and Green Tree Coffee and Dot's Bakery in Lincolnville (both excellent). The reward for planning ahead is more time on the deck enjoying the bay vistas and sunsets. Heavenly Daze, indeed!