The first, most common type of recommended cabin beds, is a bed with an inflatable mattress. These types of cabin beds are more comfortable than those beds provided by the establishment, but they do have a down side.
Cabin beds provided by a park or camping establishment are usually small with rather weak frames. In turn, these beds will not tolerate any excessive amount of activity from a large individual, and commonly will fall under pressure. Rolling around during sleep is not recommended for typical cabin beds, nor jumping into and out of bed.
Some cabin beds have wheels on them, and are built on the type of frame that folds up. Again these types of beds are not for those individuals that do not sleep in the same position while at rest. These types of beds are well known to those individuals that take advantage of these cabin bed privileges that are included in the rental price of the cabin, to fold up unexpectedly. This leaves the individual in an awful predicament, and will require assistance from another adult to maintain composure.
The best recommendation to resolve the problem of faulty cabin beds, is to bring an air bed and use it for sleeping. The problem with air beds is the ability for them to get a hole in rather easily. These holes can stem from being on a wooden floor. The air bed could possibly move around while a person is at rest, and cause splinters to poke though the rubber mattress. These holes can be patched, but typically while sleeping in a deflating bed, the uncomforted can reach ridiculous degrees of pain.
If an individual finds rental cabin beds comfortable, then by all means use them. However, a personal recommendation is to bring along personal bedding to make the cabin as close to home as possible. In some cases, cabin beds do have bedding included, however who knows what type of person or people were in that bedding before you.
Some cabin beds do accommodate with pillow also. However these pillows are most likely paper thin and can be similar to sleeping while laying the head on a board all night. Again, these pillows are extremely uncomfortable and can cause the neck to become extremely stiff. Pillows brought from home are the wisest recommendation.
In conclusion, a recommendation of which cabin beds to used are completely up to the individuals renting the cabin. All people sleep in differently, and those people like to make themselves as comfortable as possible even when away from home. Cabin beds can be quite dangerous, but in most cases create fond, hilarious memories that can be a topic of conversation among the people involved.