My family spent spent a wonderful 5-day vacation at Nancy's house, I can't recommend it enough. We are from Tennessee where it is hot and humid in July, so our escape to Maine was just what we wanted, temps in the high 70s/low 80s and sunny with no humidity, nice and cool at night. The house is a big old rambling Victorian in the heart of lovely Bridgton, just steps from the town beach and main street shops and restaurants. The house is very much a "lived in" family house (tidy but not obsessively clean) filled with personal items, including kids toys, books, and a TV with a bunch of movies, which was great for us. My kids really loved the bunk beds. Kitchen is well stocked with everything you need to cook your own meals. We loved going to the beach on Highland Lake every morning before lunch, and checking out all places in town. The people in Bridgton (and Maine in general) are very friendly. I highly recommend the local bookstore Bridgton Books, Beth's Kitchen Cafe for coffee and baked goods, the Black Horse Tavern for dinner, Depot Street Tap House for drinks, and the local drive-in theater for a movie (we saw a double-feature of Grease and Dirty Dancing, so much fun). We also went on a fun, easy hike in the local Pondicherry Park, which was just right for kids. A little further to the south is the town of Naples, where we had a wonderful meal at Captain Jack's (best marina restaurant food I've ever had, and I've had a lot) and the Songo River Queen tour boat on Long Lake. If you're thinking about visiting Bridgton I highly recommend Nancy's house, I'm hoping we can visit again next year.