We have stayed at several Air BnBs and had exceptional experiences. Our expectation is that there is an accurate description of the property and it is clean. We're easy to please on that front.
William, who goes by Sam, was welcoming and responsive prior to our arrival. However, at the time we booked the cabin the listing included linens and towels but Sam emailed to tell us we'd need to bring our own towels. Then, one week before our reservation, Sam called to tell me I would need to bring sheets as well. Still, we moved forward as the price for a 2-bedroom cabin over Labor Day weekend seemed reasonable even though bringing linens and towels was inconvenient and unexpected (the listing has since been changed).
Upon arrival, we saw the cabin was NOT a 2-bedroom. It was one large room with partial walls that create the ILLUSION of 2 bedrooms but the light and sound privacy of none. The walls didn't extend to the ceiling so if a light was turned on, the TV was on, some one spoke or snored, all guests would experience it. Meanwhile, The dishes, pots, pans and dish rack were filthy and we found crumbs under the seat cushions for the pull-out sofa.
The next morning, William/Sam was on the property and introduced himself. We brought up our disappointment over the lack of 2 bedrooms and the inaccurate description regarding linens and towels. He apologized and immediately offered to discount our price 20%. In good faith, we did not submit a complaint to Air BnB. After the 24 hour mark passed, We never heard from Sam again. I sent 4 messages over the last few weeks, none of which have been returned.
At $100/night with an accurate description, this is a great place to stay, assuming it is clean. At $233/night weekend price, we would have booked a 1 bedroom with a pull-out couch that had lake views not just lake access. This cabin doesn't have one true bedroom, let alone two. If your group sleeps and wakes at the same time, or are heavy sleepers this shouldn't be an issue and this cabin might work for you.