Our stay was a week during the end of May / beginning of June. We are a family of five (kids under 5) and most of us are vegetarian.
This was a great little house for our purposes. Convenient airport access, close to Los Cristianos for beaches and large supermarkets, with a good all-purpose shop selling fresh bread and croissants, and a few local restaurants. We didn't require much more, given the ages of our children.
One thing to note, if you are travelling with young kids, is that they will require supervision around the pool and open-tread stairs. Both situations are clear from the photos, but it bears a mention. Also, the bath was so large and luxurious that we couldn't reach the children when the were on the far side! They loved the jacuzzi bubbles though. Overall, the house would be ideal for older children or non-mobile babies.
We had a lovely welcome (complete with fruit basket and sparkling wine!) and a great deal of flexibility around our arrival and departure times, which was hugely appreciated. The kitchen was adequately equipped and we made daily use of the washer and dryer.
Despite being heated, the pool was not THAT warm, but it we still managed to be in it every day and the poolside area gets plenty of sun. There are even some woggles and a raft. There were also loads of pool and bath towels, and even two bathrobes, provided.
The house was clean and comfortable and the private parking was very convenient. Overall, a great experience if you don't mind being a drive away from the beach, or are after a quieter holiday.
A note to any vegetarians: we found the TuTrebol supermarket (just as you enter Los Cristianos), to have a decent selection of meat-free frozen burgers, sausages etc. Better than the larger Mercadona, in fact, though that too had some frozen burgers. The Treehouse Bar and Grill in Chayofa makes a Quorn lasagne that isn't on the menu, and there is a vegan concession in the La Pepa food court in Los Cristianos.