This is a great cabin in a lovely quiet spot with a very communicative host who is happy to help with any issues guests may have. We had 7 people in our group ages 3 to 73 and there was ample room for all of us in Jonathan's cabin. The view from the front porch is spectacular and the view of the night sky was incredible! The kitchen was well appointed with everything we needed and the washer/dryer came in handy. The internet had a strong signal and the big TV has an Amazon Fire stick with accounts for Direct TV and Netflix.
There are, however, a few things guests should know before heading up to the cabin. The cabin is supplied by well-water so you should bring bottled water to drink and be prepared for that characteristic well-water smell. While there are sheets and towels supplied, we could only find bottom sheets for some of the beds and there weren't enough towels for our group (luckily we brought some from home).
Finally, be prepared for the last half-mile or so up to the cabin. Haw View Road is unpaved and fairly steep. For our visit, the gravel was loose and washboarded in several spots. One of our cars (a Mazda 5) couldn't make it up and had to be left at a parking lot at the bottom. While our Honda Minivan did make it up Haw View, we could not make it up the final drive to the cabin. We messaged Jonathan who responded right away with advice for getting up the driveway, but unfortunately, it didn't work for us and we ended up leaving our van at the bottom of the drive and walking back and forth to the cabin.
Overall, it was a great stay for 4 nights at Jonathan's cabin, but I recommend arriving during daylight hours to negotiate the final drive and driveway. An all-wheel drive car would be helpful and is a must in the winter in case of snow.