Since we visited in the off-season, we didn't get to enjoy all of the amenities like the pool, but even so this was a great experience. The cabin we rented was like a tiny house with cooking facilities, two bedrooms and a separate living room, and very cute inside. With a playground on the grounds and a short hike through a beautiful wooded area out back to a "pond" that would pass for a lake back home, the setting is perfect for relaxing and hanging out with the family. Being right on 28 also made it easy to venture in either direction to go into Hyannis, Chatham, to the beach, etc. Management was friendly and flexible.
I would especially recommend the place to homeschoolers who are able to travel outside the heart of summer. We used the place as a home base to travel to Plimouth Plantation and the Mayflower II, Salem, Provincetown and other historical sites in the area and it was wonderful to "come home" to this place rather than a hotel room; we could cook our own meals, make a full pot of coffee in the morning, have room to spread out our finds from the day or work on projects, etc. And all for less than it would have cost to stay in a hotel. And, although we came alone, the number of other cabins on the property in varying sizes would make it a perfect place for a homeschooling group trip or extended family meeting up for a vacation.