I will only be brutally honest in relaying my first-hand experience, observations, and interactions. My brutally honest opinion in one word: "Fantabulous!"
Property: With white siding, front and back porches, and even its silhouette-this house is exactly what one would imagine to be a classic "Texas" farmhouse-only with modern amenities. The pictures on the profile do not properly depict of how picturesque the property really is, in-person. The house, the property it sits on, and how it is perfectly-set within its environs, it is truly "post-card" perfect. Along with the serene beauty of Texas's woodland-forest areas, country roads, and green pastures-there's really something special about this place which brings with it a sense of peace and happiness.
Hosts: Upon meeting them, I immediately felt the sense of familiarity with them;
I had never met them before, yet I kept thinking, 'I swear know these folks from somewhere..'
Though I only had but a few fleeting moments of interaction with each of the hosts, I immediately became aware of how nice and welcoming they were. I hate to use the words "nice and welcoming" as those can used to describe many people. But unlike others, these hosts have a true-to-life sincerity about them, which makes one rethink the real meaning of "nice and welcoming", after meeting them.
Right at the start of our trip, we had an incident where several senior family members (Golden Girls) had become lost. Though our hosts gave perfectly-clear, and easy to follow, directions, the Golden Girls had severe "technological" issues with all their devices and gadgets (all of which were equipped with GPS). Their issues all stemmed from not knowing how to use their devices.
One of the hosts, Celia, and her sister, were kind enough to help us track down our lost family member. After Celia recovered "Blanche, Rose, and Dorothy", we realized that she had her sister drive her clear across town to do so. Wow, just WOW! They are truly sweet, sincere, honest, and welcoming. I'm not even from Texas, but while I was there, I felt like I was home.