We stayed here for 9 nights in the summer. It's a lovely, clean property that worked well for our family of five (including three young children). There are two large bedrooms, each with a double bed and bunk beds, plus a sofa bed in the lounge area. The outside space is great - lots of space, private seating area with large table, toys for the kids, trampoline and a table tennis table.
Location wise, it's on the edge of a quiet, traditional italian mountain village which is not touristy at all. There's a bakery, a little shop, a bar and a restaurant all within a few minutes walking distance (although it is a pretty steep hill up the road to the house). And the locals were very friendly and welcoming. Just like the owner of the property, Elisabetta. They live on site and were on hand to help with whatever we needed. She gave us a really useful overview of the area when we arrived (in good English) and was full of recommendations for things to do around the area and top tips for places to visit and restaurants to try (she was even phoning restaurants for us to try and get us a table to eat on the day we arrived!).
There was plenty to do in the area. I'd say you need a car to get the most out of it. Our activities included visiting Bellagio (about 15 mins), taking the ferries across Lake Como to visit other beautiful lakeside towns such as Varenna (and Castle Vechio), tackling the high ropes courses at Jungle Raider Park, walking in the mountains and relaxing on the lakeside beaches (and paddling in the lake itself).
It really is a stunningly beautiful part of Italy and this property was, for us, the perfect base for exploring it. We had a great time, made even better by the warmth and helpfulness of our hosts - a big thank you to them!