Our host was very understanding as I (miss) managed the credit card charges during our initial reservation process. He is obviously a good guy, was easy to deal with and loves his family's large 1803 historic house. The charming house was clean and in good condition. It has original doors, windows, plaster, fireplaces and mantles, woodwork and most flooring . The bathrooms date to the 1920's - 1940's and the kitchen to about 1975. I love the large private lot and the breezy, quiet neighborhood close in to Main Street and downtown - so walking and biking can be the preferred modes of transportation (traffic and parking can be a real pain in-season). We very enjoyed rattling around the historic home, taking most meals on the deck off the kitchen, and played some croquet (supplied) on the side yard. The neighbors were friendly and welcoming. I am very fond of old houses and was pretty happy with this one. I am sorry to report: There is no bed larger than a double; there is no operable inside shower (but a nice exterior stall); there is no AC, even for the master BR (a few nights were pretty hot, fans were provided ); the historic stairs are very steep. This is a well loved old family house. There were just the two of us in this big house and we had a very good time.