We stayed for three weeks in June and there were many wild flowers. The place is much bigger than it looks in the photograph with a reasonably large bathroom with a good forceful bath/shower and a very large main room. There are actually three accommodations in the house, a small middle one and two of the size we rented on each side. There was a large communal sitting out/dining area with a BBQ, but you could also eat indoors. We had the outside area to ourselves when we were there. There were lots of washing lines so you don't need to bring a lot of clothes. Water is plentiful on the island. A lovely beach with shade is within walking distance. The owner is very helpful and your stuff will be very safe. There are dogs but they don't jump up at you or bite. It takes about 40 mins to drive from one side of the island to the other. The town fo Moudros is about 10 minutes away by car along a dirt track road for about half of the way. There is a baker, a butcher, and several small supermarkets. There are two cash machines but the National Bank of Greece one does not work half the time. The port is very close to the town and has several good tavernas. There are many things to visit on the island such as wild beaches, archeological sites and very interesting museums. Perhaps the highlight of the island is the castle at Myrina. Be warned though there are some sheer drops! Myrina itself is charming and not terribly touristy. Agios Ioannios, up the coast from Myrina, had a nice beach with umbrellas and loungers. You don't have to pay to rent them; just buy a drink or two. Overall we had a lovely time and could not understand why it was so quiet in June. We rented a 4WD which was useful for getting out of some sticky situations when we found that the map had let us down. However, a 4WD is not essential. It is very easy to get lost in the small streets of the villages and the walls show evidence of scraped cars.