The drive up to the cabin was shorter than you remembered. You and Eileen both spent time doing the normal cabin stuff - airing the place out, placing food in the fridge or the cabinets, putting up clothes. All routine things that seem different now. It's almost like you're living together.
The layout of the cabin is pretty simple. There's a great room right when you walk in, with this ancient wagon wheel suspended from a stout beam with lights strung around it. No TV, just a fireplace and couches. The great room is attaches to the dining area, with a homemade table and nice chairs, a kitchen counter and the stove, fridge, all the "regular" amenities. Bathroom off to the side of the kitchen.
There's a loft above the kitchen with a huge king-size bed, looks over to the great room and has a nice wide window looking into the forest, a view of a slice of the lake. Of course, there is a guest bedroom and the master bathroom downstairs, too. So here's decision one - do you sleep in the loft with the bathroom a whole floor away? Or take the small, cozier guest room right beside the master bathroom and the nice garden tub?