This beautifully situated cabin has a view to die for--tremendous mountain peaks and, on our visit, stormscapes replete with lightning and double rainbows. It's silent at night and the birdlife during the day is fairly abundant (we saw no other wildlife round the cabin). More, it's close to Gardiner and its excellent supermarket, and to Yellowstone itself--a mere zip along the highway and the river and you're there. The cabin itself is clean and adequate, the best aspect being the front porch from which you can gaze and gaze at Electric Peak, the Devil's Slide and the rest of this evocative slice of range.
However, if you prefer to cook rather than eat at Gardiner restaurants, which seem either absurdly overpriced or a bit meh, the kitchen at Electric Peak Cabin is poorly equipped. There's a coffeemaker, an excellent fridge and so forth, but not quite enough of the pots and pans you need if you cook from scratch (and I'm talking simple meals, such as pasta and large salads). Our other issue was that the promised wifi and/or television signal never happened. We're not TV fanatics, but it would have been useful to have either. The owner seemed to me less than enthusiastic about helping or advising with this.