We traveled from Michigan & spent a week in Sept 2016: the listing was very accurate and the log cabin was just as nice as described. It seemed huge compared to the usual B & B or hotel room and the cost was more than reasonable; we saved some money by eating breakfast there and cooked a few dinners but there is also a good restaurant / bakery fairly close by with the usual polite & friendly Nova Scotian service.
You have to drive about 6 miles up a dirt road to get to the cabin but the ride is scenic; need to drive slowly around the curves but there is very little traffic ( the road dead-ends ) and the other drivers are extremely polite,
as they are throughout Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island.
The owner's father lives just across the road, is very personable and friendly and came over right away to answer our questions; he built this
modern cabin and it is very well-constructed and tight. It's a very safe, quiet and peaceful location.
There is a beach across the road - not a " white sand " beach as we have in Michigan or Florida but we did not
Well this may sound like an advertisement or that I'm related to the owner but no, I was just pleasantly
surprised to see that the cabin was as good or better than described and thought I should post a review.
( Actually I should not have been surprised because the residents of Nova Scotia
are still as honest, polite and genuinely friendly as they were on our first trip 13 years ago).