We were given the name and number of our contact to meet to move in, and I was able to connect with her easily and we communicated via text leading up to arrival in Zakopane from Krakow. However, actually finding the house required meeting her nearby, and then following her a short distance. The house, as it turns out, is one of a small number on a street that has a security gate closing others out and it's not apparent on Google Map, for example, where to find it. This was no problem after we arrived the first time.
The house itself is very much like the photos. Too good to be true. Lots of wood. Lots of light. If anything, it's a little smaller in actuality that the photos make it look, but for our family of four it was way more space than we needed. We could have easily had two more adults and another child or two along and it would have been fine. The kitchen is well-equipped for cooking, and there is a nice table out on the deck if the weather is nice. It's a beautiful house and though modern, it's characteristic of the local wooden houses of the region.
The location is excellent. The views from the house are superb, and the house is very quiet. Far enough from any sizable road that there was no traffic noise. I was surprised to find that there is a very nice grocery store very nearby (Leviatan) that has great produce, meats, bakery, etc. Otherwise, there aren't really any restaurants close by, but we chose to take advantage of the great space and views and eat all our meals in. Zakopane is maybe 10 km away, and we only went into the town once. During July we found it to be pretty busy and it wasn't what we needed during this point on a five week trip.