We had a great time and the host was very helpful-- even got us in touch with her daughter who was able to get us a last minute boat rental! From the listing we didn't realize that the cabin is a part of a group of cabins which are all sharing the 25 acres. There are 9 cabins total about 50-100 ft from each other and all share the beach. The cabins are all pet friendly (i.e. pets are allowed to stay) but since they share the same space, pets need to be leashed at all times. Worked out fine-- it just wasn't exactly what we were expecting.
The layout of the cabin is you walk in through an awesome little screen porch with a couch, table and chairs and then enter into an open kitchen/dining/living room area. The kitchen has lots of plenty of pots and pans and plates which was nice. There is a queen bed in the bedroom downstairs (with enough space for a pack and play on the side- barely- as well). Next to that is a bathroom with a standing shower, sink and toilet. The couch is a pull out and there's ample seating. Upstairs is a loft area with 2 twin beds and a futon but there is no door blocking the stairs so better for kids who are slightly older (we had a 5 year old and 1 year old so they stayed downstairs [which was better because it was darker in that room anyway]). The wifi is there but a bit dodgey. Good for email, bad for more than that. The TVs looked like they had streaming but I couldn't figure it out.
Most of the cabins are owned by the same family so if this one is rented contact the owner to see about the rest or also (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) "angell cove cottages". This cabin is #8 (Cardinal) of 9 so it is towards the end of the row.
If you're planning a visit I highly recommend coming in August (when we did) to see the Perseids meteor shower. We were there during the peak and we could see the milky way one night and one night watching from the dock saw at least 20 shooting stars in the half an hour we were out there. The dock faces you in almost the perfect direction so see the stars. There is also a nearby island with black sand and a giant eagles nest (we saw 2 bald eagles!).
We were also told it's a great small mouth bass fishing lake. We had no idea what we were doing but it was a fun experience trying to catch them anyway. The lake was really low when we were visiting which was great for the kids. There are also of mussels or clams or some shelled invertebrate so make sure everyone has water shoes. There is also a horseshoe pit, badminton nets and little playground area which were pleasant surprises.