This was a lovely and pretty darn accessible stay on Deer Isle, and a great homebase for our adventures in Acadia and downeast Maine. The space was cozy and accommodating even though the weather got surprisingly cold while we were there. The cabin was beautiful and smelled amazingly like fresh pine. Other surprises not visible in the photos: a space heater and a fan/air purifier, hot water and a partially heated bathroom, plus more kitchen appliances than you can see including a fully functional stove top, electric kettle, toaster and french press. The hosts were very nice: non-invasive, accommodating of our accidental late arrival, and they even left us breakfast supplies in the fridge. All in all lots of attention to detail that made the place much more like a friend's guest room than camping.
Some notes on accessibility: The cabin is very sturdy new construction, without rickety railings, springy floors, or slippery wood. Very nice for older folks, folks with disabilities, or people otherwise unsturdy on their feet. There are approximately 6 steps to get up to the porch (or, on the other side of the porch, a slight incline and three steps), plus another step up into the cottage; with a high but sturdy porch railing on the left but open on the right. The bathroom is spacious and partially heated, and the shower is a wide entrance, accessible stall shower with a lip (no tub to clamber into) and small built-in seat. The small size and open layout of the cabin make it easier to move around; a walker would be manueverable although it might get tight, especially in the bedroom. The dining room table and chairs are very sturdy yet light and easy to move. Given that many other cabins are furnished with cheap and used furniture finds, or designed only for able-bodied folks, Sunset Cottage is comparably luxurious and accessible.