The location can only be reached by gravel roads, so the location would not be suitable for small vehicles. I also found navigating there difficult during the night, mostly due to the amount of wildlife. I presume the location would be great if you have a truck and arrive during the day; in that case, the countryside is beautiful.
The shed was as listed. Vicki and her husband Dan were renovating the unit at the time of arrival, alongside several other units nearby. The linens and bed were nice, clean, and comfy. They even provided a wood fireplace for heating. Just outside, there's a pond flowing with well water. I didn't swim in it, as it does get quite cold, but you can. Dan also pointed out a boat with ores accessible to guests, which I could not locate. An outhouse without toilet paper or towels is located on the other side of the lot. Perhaps the pond makes up for the lack of a shower, provided you're willing to jump in freezing cold water. Electricity is provided, but you only get 2 outlets; I think they are running the power over a long line from their house to the lot.
When I arrived, the lot was mostly deserted, and teeming with life; I saw a fawn and a deer, and many birds nestled outside the shed. When I awoke early in the morning, a deer grazing just outside the shed scurried away. I enjoyed the night noises, apart for the unsecured tin sheet on the roof, which made some disconcerting sounds as I was sleeping, which I presumed at the time to be rainfall. I later addressed this by securing the sheet with two pillars. Vicki and Dan said they were aware of this but didn't get the chance to address it. I would presume this would be fixed by now, given that they are both proactive hosts.
Overall, I was quite pleased. For the value, the shed seems great for single or double travellers. Unfortunately for me, I don't think I would risk returning without a larger vehicle.