The kitchenette was impressively well equipped, unlike the cabin down the road where I stayed the previous two nights. At that other property, you could prepare a can of beans for yourself--so long as you brought your own can opener. Tiny Town had it all: a proper coffee maker, toaster, microwave, full-size refrigerator, ample crockery and cutlery, baking pans, a casserole dish, a cutting board, a real kitchen knife, a bread knife, kitchen shears, a pitcher, cooking spoons, a whisk, spatulas, mixing bowls, corkscrew, assorted dish and washing towels, two rolls of paper towels, pot holders, a dish drying rack,can opener (!)... some other items that I don't recall now, and cabinets for storage. So, if you do want to self-cater, you can well do it here. Other places might provide you scarcely more than a few plates and forks (like the place down the road). Tip: for prep space, move the dish rack to below the sink and ask for a second, large cutting board that you can put in its place. Otherwise, you will be going back and forth to the table in the sun room, or the picnic table outside. I also used the cutting board that was provided on the corner of the sink. That was stable as a staging area for items.
And for the winter, a fireplace.
The staff were cheerful and extremely helpful. The property also provided useful information regarding the Estes Park area. In the future I shall avoid the self check-in arrangements of other places that appear to be run by ghosts.