As for the interior, the vibe in each cabin is minimalist and modern, with a lot of clean hardwood surfaces and large windows that make it feel as though you're part of the surrounding landscape. They're also self-sufficient and sustainable thanks to solar panel power, a filtered rainwater system, eco-friendly dry toilet, and a wood-burning stove for heating.
For the cooks out there, there's a pair of hot plates, a ceramic BBQ, and a small fridge. If you'd prefer to be find your food elsewhere, each cabin comes with a list of recommendations for (somewhat) local places to grab a meal. You can also request a basket filled with "slow food delicacies" prepared by local farmers to be dropped off if you're afraid to run out of snacks.