We stayed just one night in the 200+ year-old log cabin. We had the Master Bedroom with King bed. The room was spacious and quaint and the bed was just a little on the soft side but comfortable. You step just outside the bedroom to the bathroom. There is a curtain to give you privacy from the dining area when moving between the bedroom and bath. We enjoyed a delicious breakfast on the porch before we left and watched a hummingbird flitting around. Caroline was the best hostess and we enjoyed conversation with her. We were the only guests in the cabin that night so we could "poke around" a little and enjoyed seeing all the history in the cabin. My only negative comment is that the towels were a bit sour.