The overall experience was good. Silverton is a nice little town. The RiverHouse was close to where my event was taking place, at the Kendle Mountain Center, so I was able to walk there when the weather was nice.
The little apartment upstairs will fit about 6 to 8 people, depending on how much room people need. It was just about right for the two of us. The bedroom near the stairs I think can sleep two, though the bed is pretty creaky. Every time I moved around it would creak and moan. Needless to say, I didn't sleep all that well. One of the lamps on the nightstand was broken when we got there. Nothing too major, I just hope I don't get in trouble for that because it was already like that.
The other bedroom has a bunk bed with a larger bed on the bottom, so I think it could sleep three people. There was a mattress on the floor under the bed in the first bedroom, and then in theory the sofa is a pullout. We didn't need those obviously.
The kitchen is small but useful enough if you are only staying for about a week, especially if you eat out at the restaurants there. Everything was clean and easy to use and find. One of the pans had a loose handle, though, so be careful.
The Dining table can fit 6 people, so plenty of room for a larger family or group of friends.
The sofa was comfortable and I spent a fair amount of my time there when I wasn't out and about. I didn't watch any movies or shows so I can't tell you if the TV actually works. The internet is great for surfing the web.
The bathroom is fairly large, but the shower stall is pretty tiny. I figure it's not that big of a deal since you don't spend your whole day in there, but figured I would mention it so you know what you are getting. There is some soap and shampoo in the stall for you to use, but we brought our own. The water pressure at the sink is rather strong, but the pressure in the shower was less so. I'm not sure if that was the shower head or what.
The heat works marvelously in the little apartment. It was pretty cold a couple of the days we were up there so we turned the heat on. You can definitely feel a difference as you go down the stairs to leave. It gets much colder toward the front door.
From the kitchen/ dining area, there is a great view of one of the mountains and a creek running back behind the buidling.
Overall, this was a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there permanently. It would be a little small for every day life.