Upon entering the cabin you are greeted by a spacious room with a spiral staircase leading upstairs and downstairs towards the left of the entrance, the walls are made of teakwood and painted black with candelabra lining them, a large crystalline chandelier hangs from the ceiling. Scattered throughout the room are various couches, chairs, and tables with an ornate stone fireplace built into the wall across the doorway, above the mantle, hang two decorative scythes with the symbol of Thanatos carved into the wall behind them.
On the second floor are various beds, closets, trunks and night stands at the end of the room facing the same wall the entrance is on down below is a large one-way glass wall with a door leading out onto the veranda in the center looking out on the rest of the camp.
Going down into the basement you are greeted with a hallway with two doors on each side and one at the end of the hallway, in the first door on the left you find the bathrooms, the bathrooms contain showers, a washing machine, and a dryer.
The room across the bathrooms is a kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is rather rustic and homely with an island made of logs of teak and a granite counter in the center; all the cabinets are fully stocked with non-perishable foods, dining utensils, plates, bowls, cups and so on, the fridge would also be fully stocked. The dining area also has a rustic cozy design to it.
The door at the end of the hallway leads to a staircase leading to a hatch with a latch lock on the inside, the hatch leads outside. The area behind the cabin consists of a stone pavilion about 30ft in diameter with roughly four waist tall platforms measuring in at 7 feet in length and 3 feet in width, the pavilion has six lamps around the edge of it, to the left of the hatch is a chest containing any materials required to perform burial rites, in the center of the pavilion lies an unlit bonfire.