The Pearson family has deep roots and the extra care they have given these cabins really shines. If you are looking for seclusion and being "at one" with nature, this is the place. The hiking was awesome with mesmerizing waterfalls and plenty of room to roam. It was nice to build a fire outdoors and really reconnect. A few items (in a perfect world) I would change to enhance the place even more. It is marketed as a resort, therefore amenities like bath soap, towels, extra bedding for the pull-out futon and a few extra pillows and blankets could be included. Shopping options are slim, so maybe a few days worth of coffee in the cabin would be great. Visitors might be warned before coming, the next wet county is a least 45 minutes away. It was just a little bummer when we wanted a nice wine with our steaks grilled outdoors in the majestic beauty. (Had we known in advance, we would have been better prepared). I know this is nit-picky, but if I were the Pearsons, I would run a little cafe at the main house or in another cabin (I know... spending someone else's money :) offering blackboard breakfast and lunch and maybe even weekend dinners highlighting local foods and specialties from the area. No one would ever take their money elsewhere for meals! Believe me, you don't want to leave anyway! The local food options are very limited. Cooking in the cabin and grilling are best bets. Bring your own wine. Ha! Absolutely beautiful and unique and soooo worth the trip. We will be back. Oh - bring your own ATV if you have one. Many cool trails.