The cabin we booked, and probably most of them, are for TWO PEOPLE only. They may say you can put in four, but I contest that. The cabin we booked had a lovely bed for two people. It had a daybed which will (uncomfortably) seat two people. It has a table and two chairs. Two, two, two.
However, there are four people in my family. The owners will let you book a cabin for four people, and this is probably the best solution for people with young children who cannot stay in a separate cabin. You can put one, or maybe even two small, children on the day bed. Maybe one child does not mind sleeping on the *camping* cot (not folding bed) available.
But you will still not have a table that you can all sit around at once, at least inside.
And I have two adult-sized kids, who they really should have had a cabin of their own. Since I am the smallest member of my family, and I was the one who mistakenly booked this inadequate cabin, guess who got to sleep on the camping cot?
I can only imagine how enjoyable our stay might have been if we had been properly accommodated.More