Close to the entrance of Crater Lake N.P. in a quiet, set-back-from-the-road setting these cabins are perfect for a winter time stay. There's a small kitchen, a central old fashioned oil heater, comfortable beds and a bathroom with hot water in the shower/tub combo. The place was very clean, though as other reviewers had mentioned, there's dust on the floor that doesn't seem to go away. It's not a five star hotel and not brand new either, and you can't expect that at this price for the location, but it's a very comfortable alternative that offers a unique, very quiet experience. The staff is very helpful, offered a sled to our toddler and told us about the creek behind the cabins, showed us how the stove and heater worked, and was available for questions throughout our stay.
A couple things to consider: if you have a toddler or younger child - the central heater gets hot, and it's in the middle of the living room. You'll need to be very careful! Otherwise this is a PERFECT spot for a family vacation with little kids, there's a table with chairs for four and plenty of space to prepare meals and play. There's also a couch (though quite old and run down) that can serve as an extra bed for little ones, my 3 year old loved having her own 'bed'.
If you're picky about what you cook in, bring your own pans. There's plenty available at the office for you to choose from, but the Teflon pans have lost most of their coating and are quite scratched up.
All in all this is a wonderful place to stay and I'm planning to be back again next year. Crater Lake in winter is a beautiful, secluded destination, the main road stays open and you can snowshoe or cross country ski along the rim for amazing views (snowshoes are for rent at the park).