This was a cute cabin in a nice golf community with pool, restaurant & fitness room. We didn't use any of those things because it would require a long walk along the road or a drive there and it rained pretty much every day that we were there. They do have cable and Wi-Fi, but for a good deal of our stay, it was out or would cut in & out. There is a picnic table, chairs, and fire pit down the path out back, but the "grill" is not really a grill as most would think. It's a homemade brick grill. The grate doesn't fit it and I would not trust trying to cook food on it. There were limited cooking utensils (wooden spatula opposed to plastic, etc), the waffle maker did not heat properly, we were left 2 dishwasher tablets for a 6 night stay, and the coffee maker is only a 4 cup coffee maker. We also found that the faucet in the shower/tub did not work properly. After the first night, my husband & I had bites on us. I checked the sheets in the morning and found animal fur on them. When I tried to change the sheets, I found that there were not enough sheets to fit the beds. The grade on the driveway is not how it looks in the picture. It is a steeper gravel drive and can be tricky to navigate. This cabin wasn't far from Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge and the Tuckaleechee Caverns were right down the road. There are several tubing places in the area, a Jeep rental place and a few other local activities. There is a grocery store (IGA) that isn't far from the cabin, as well as a Pizza Hut, Subway, and other small restaurants. They provided a few board games, firewood for the fireplace and fire pit, shampoo and soap. There is also a washer & dryer, but the washer leaves the clothes soaking wet (as if you showered in them) and you have to wring them out before placing them in the dryer. Overall, it wasn't bad, but it needs some attention for sure. The staff at Dogwood Cabins was very friendly. We did a late check in and the keys/info packet were left just as promised.