A narrow gold fabric sofa (not the leather pictured) from the 60's isn't what I think of when describing luxury. The master bed is absolutely not high-end either. It is lightweight and flimsy. The frame is so noisy, that you can wake your partner just rolling over. The upstairs bedroom is a more airy feeling and quite nice. The mattress a bit firmer than the master, but still not high-end. The single mattress in the loft is very firm which might not bother a child and is a cute addition.
The master shower was nice, but I didn't take advantage of that jet tub since the jacuzzi was nice on the deck. That side of the house is also completely private. An unfinished game room in the basement is quite chilly and the pool sticks hit the wall on one side, so good luck with that. The views of the lake are lovely when there is no foliage. I would imagine as the leaves come in, you would lose the majority of that. The description doesn't mention that you could actually fish in this lake as long as the owner supplies the guest pass. This is different than the trout farm associated with Blue Creek Cabins and my husband would have loved to have known this. This house is not on that main resort property but rather off the same road close-by. I really enjoyed this location and so did the dog. Having Helen close by for a fun day and the falls for another day made 3 enjoyable outings. We tried to stream a movie from our computer, but the speed wasn't fast enough, so that was a bust. They do have Direct TV and we just watched that and used that for music as well. One last thing- we got firewood delivered, but didn't know the fireplace already had ceramic logs. We did use it in the pit outside though.