We had a late check-in and were easily accommodated. The directions to the cabin were simple to follow. Getting to the cabin required traversing a very twisty windy road and we did this at night. I would not suggest traveling at night especially if not used to driving these types of mountainous curvy roads. When we arrived at the cabin we had a little difficulty getting the deadbolt to unlock. The key needed to be turned all the way into the unlock position and held there to unlock the door. If the key was turned back to the position to remove the key before opening the door then the dead bolt would fall slightly back into place locking the door again. Once we got inside we were greeted with a wonderfully open floor plan with a beautiful wooden staircase to our right. The huge picture window would let in a tremendous amount of light into the entire cabin if the shades would only open all the way. Unfortunately, when we stayed there the shades would only part about a foot and would not turn to allow the sunlight through. The amenities were great! The hot tub outside was warm and inviting under the decks awning especially with the small thunder shower that came through. Our daughters enjoyed being so close to the "wild" and seeing many more critters flit around then we would see back home. One morning our eldest woke up and watched a squirrel play on the back porch and the yellow breasted birds swooping through the trees. The open floor plan is a blessing and a bane depending on how you perceive it. The upstairs is completely devoid of obstruction and does not afford any privacy. Not that this is a bad thing but something to be considered. The mattresses were a little stiff and caused a small amount of discomfort but nothing disrupted our sleep. The showers had decent pressure, there was hot water, all the appliances were in good working order, and there is a grill on the deck. Overall, I am considering this cabin for our next mountain retreat.