Before coming to the cabin, the owners were very easy to communicate with and sent excellent instructions on how to "set-up" the place, directions to local stores and restaurants, and clear expectations. It was reassuring to know that the place was cared about so extensively, as a cabin that sleeps 10 could very well be well worn from a growing family over the years. However, when we arrived everything was in wonderful condition, the cabin was nicely decorated, and the kitchen was stocked with great quality pots/pans and other amenities.
During the day we did a bit of yoga and reading on the front porch while listening to music coming through the windows from the sound system in the living room. There was a small, very reasonably priced grocery store just a short distance away that had a large meat and produce section, along with beer, wine, and many prepared foods, which was unexpected given the location. At night, we watched a movie in front of the fire place when it got chilly and played a few of the excellent board games which were there. As the place does not have internet, and cell service was patchy (both vacation advantages in my mind), the numerous brochures and binder of information on local attractions allowed us to find a last-minute day hike.
Even though this cabin does not have a lakefront like many in the region, it ended up being a great choice for a quiet and comfortable stay, and I'd be glad to come back with a group of friends as it was a bit large for just two.