@Brad31 Your offering is nice, just needs a little tightening as to presentation.
1. It is a 3-bedroom house, yet says 7 people can stay. True because of the 5 beds, but let the guests jump to that conclusion. A 3-bedroom house screams 3 couple (6 people) max. Best to let the inquirer ask if more can stay, and this gives you an opportunity to ask questions (about group composition).
A- First picture should be the nice looking cottage-like exterior photo, this is your signature shot, not the one of the kitchen. They are looking for a place, not a kitchen.
B- Then follow with a few complimentary outdoor features that are relevant to the cottage-like theme. Example: outdoor set, BBQ, or whatever.And then 2/5 of the interior. In the first 5 pictures should be a synopsis of your entire place.
C- One photo of a feature or bedroom will suffice, never repeat the same thing.
D-Drop any photo that doesn't enhance the cottage feeling nor is of the same quality level as your best shot, which is the one of the house from afar.
E-Do not show the neighbor if you can help it (they show in 4 photos if not mistaken). May give a crowded - neighborhood feeling.
F- Remember slices of rooms are sexier than left to right frontal pictures; leaves more to the imagination.
3. Clientele: since you have kids it is a perfect place for a family with kids to stay. Perhaps this is a good clientele to appeal to by using phrases like 'family-firendly', 'well suited for kids', etc. This clientele is no fan of hotels resembling college-dorm hallways, they would welcome an open place like yours.
4. You include an explanation when the places are available or not (let the calendar 'say' that), and some logistics when one is but not the other; best cross such bridges when get to them. Oftentimes the less said the better.
Can't think of nothing else really. The best of hosting journeys.