The cabin is roomy and beautiful (the pictures do it justice BUT in person it is even nicer). Plenty of beds (including pull out sofa and a futon plus 3 queens and a twin in bedrooms/loft) It has a modern kitchen with many handy appliances, gas stove, coffee maker, dishwasher, etc. etc. and dishes, pots & pans and all you need to make a meal. Direct TV is great (watched the Olympics every night) and stereo (inside and outside which was cool). Wi-fi connection was a bit crazy at times but I did not want to work anyway and the kids hardly complained.
Things you may want to know:
1. Water is hard and has a sulphur odor. It won't hurt you at all. As my wife and I both grew up with water like this, it was not a big deal but may be a shock to some. Buy bottled water to drink/use for cooking (and coffee making) but for everything else the well water is fine. AND I must say, unlike other hard water I have experienced, soap lathering was not an issue.
2. The cabin was pretty well stocked with sheets, pillowcases, blankets, towels of various sizes. a hair dryer, and a plethora of things left by previous renters (napkins, paper towels, spices, mustard... etc.) so you may want to wait until you arrive to buy a bunch of odds/ends.
3. THERE WERE NO BITING BUGS! Even at night. They flock to our kids wherever we are and no one got a single bite. Did not even hear them buzzing around.
4. Lake Ontario area/Oswego County (on the lake) is known for sunsets (so get to the lake) BUT at the Cabin, the show starts after dark - star gazing is awesome! You can see the Milky Way and we were lucky enough to be there for the start of the Perseid Meteor Shower.
The owner is super responsive and easy to deal with AND he clearly cares about the maintenance and upkeep of the Cabin.