My husband and I were in a wedding at Lost Pines and stayed at John's cabin for the weekend with my in-laws. We chose to stay here because it was so close to the resort and we were allowed to bring our dog with us.
John and his wife welcomed us upon our arrival and were so friendly. They made sure we had everything we needed and gave us a little tour of the place. The cabin was well stocked with everything we could have needed (and then some!). We were given a WiFi password, but never could get it to work. (We would have asked for help had this been an issue, but we stayed pretty busy that weekend and it was nice to be "disconnected" during our down time.)
The cabin has such a fun layout. There is a window unit upstairs and downstairs and both kept the place plenty cool once we gave them a little time to get running. Keep in mind that this is a cabin, so it's a little rustic, but we found that it definitely met all of our needs. My husband and I slept in the upstairs queen bed, but ended up switching to the single beds the second night, as we found them to be more comfortable. I can't speak for the bed downstairs, as we didn't sleep on that one. 6 people could definitely stay here, but there's not a lot of space to "hang out", so keep that in mind. (It was perfect for us, as there were only 4 of us and we didn't spend a lot of time there due to wedding events.) I would also mention that when you're upstairs, you could hear everything going on downstairs pretty clearly- again, not a problem for us, but good to know before finding yourself in an awkward situation.
We drove into Bastrop the first night we were there and grabbed some groceries. Bastrop was ~15 minutes away. Our favorite part of our stay was spending Saturday morning drinking our coffee and eating breakfast on the porch. Overall, a great place and we have a wonderful time. Thanks again, John, for letting us be your first guests!