We (me, my boyfriend and a friend of ours) stayed in Villa Moore for 10 nights and the villa really exceeded our expectations. Excellent service from the owners as well as Oh, the lady taking care of the villa during our stay. Before our vacation,I had a nice chat with Niclas, the owner, who explained the most important information about the villa and the island. This was really helpful when planning our stay. On our arrival, we were picked up by Oh and a taxi driver at the pier. Despite the delay of our ferry, with the help of giving Niclas a call, we were able to locate our transport and the journey to the villa could start.
At first, we were a bit shocked about the condition of the road leading to the villa, but we soon found out this is the standard to expect at Koh Tao (if you are driving a scooter for the first time, I would not recommend trying it on the steep hill down from the villa ;) ). The first views of the villa itself, however, made us forget the troubles of the way up. The villa is really amazing, with all the amenities and more than one would expect from a vacation accomodation. The pool was perfect, not too big, but big enough to have a cooling swim in the evening when necessary (we spent most of the time on the beach anyway) and the rest of the house offered everything that we needed.
If staying in Koh Tao for a longer period, I definitely recommend Villa Moore. It is perfectly located as on the small island the distances are not long anyway (maybe 2 min to Mae Haad and 10 min to Saireee Beach by sooter), and you have your peace and quiet when you need it.
We also recommend renting your scooter from Oh, who can organize as many scooters as you need. We read a lot of negative evaluations from people who rented from other places on Koh Tao and we decided to rent from Oh. We didn't have to leave our passports or any money for deposit and we even got a new bike to replace another one we were not that happy with. Also, as the roads are not in excellent condition, and accidents are prone to happen if not that familiar with riding a motorbike, it might be comforting to know that when renting via Oh, you REALLY only pay for what you break (and she is also willing to help, for a really big scratch underneath the scooter from falling on a stone, we paid around USD 10, whereas based on the things we heard from other holidaymakers, other rental places would probably have charged USD 500 and held your passport as ransom before you would've paid up).
As a further tip, just make sure you have switched the electricity on correctly as there are two types of services, the other (private) charging much more than the public one. There is a switch in the kitchen to choose between these two and you should just make sure you have the correct on switched on.