We were 9 adults staying for a winter weekend. The property is absolutely beautiful with rolling hills, wide open spaces, mature trees along stone walls, interesting outbuildings and views of the mountains. We enjoyed snow showing and cross country skiing some of the many trails reached from the backyard. The house is a 200 year old farm house, if you keep that idea in mind, you will see the quaint. The kitchen, genealogy room and living room provided a variety of gathering spaces. Every evening we had a fire in the fireplace and played games and read in the living room together. The kitchen was well equipped for any meal to prep, serve and eat. Three bathrooms with showers proved very useful, two of them could use updating, but were certainly functional. On the first floor, a queen bedroom and twin bedroom had some privacy and useable space. Upstairs, a series of four connecting sleeping spaces seemed less than ideal or private, but certainly manageable. We ran out of propane the second night, which took out the foyer heater and cook top stove for a day before they could get the tank filled. The home is also heated by a wood stove that we didn't light and electric heat. We were quite comfortable. There were mouse traps in every room and evidence of mice during our stay. Neither of these were viewed as serious drawbacks, but part of living in a farmhouse. Owner Chris, remotely and brother Jim, in person were very responsive to any questions we had. The town of Tamworth is very small with very limited shopping for food or anything else, but within ten to fifteen minutes found gas, restaurants and groceries. So, if you are a group that enjoys outdoor walks or snowshoeing, sledding, cross country skiiing, outdoor photography, then I think you'll love the property and surroundings. You'll have plenty of gathering areas to enjoy time together as well.