My results are mixed. We used to rent up there and I always picked one with a video game, just in case it rained and were were stuck in the house. But never rented one with a pin.
We now own and rent out a house in Blue Ridge, GA with a cocktail pin, a 60-in-1 and a pool table. I have no feedback from our guests or management company that the pin is a deciding factor on the rental.
After some "research," I found the rental decisions are often driven by the wife/girlfriend/mother - who generally don't care much about pinball. Cabin rentals are focused on family events or for couples weekends, neither of which are pin-friendly. If your cabin is a big Party House, then it might help.
A great view from the deck will always sell better than a pinball machine. Great on-line pictures are a very important to attract renters. The number of bedrooms already filters the market down to a sub set of potential renters.
I keep the machine in our house because we use it at least once a month, and I need to get my fix sometimes. If it was a 100% rental I probably wouldn't mess with it.
If you end up with 3 similar cabins, one with an arcade, please keep us updated on its performance, I am interested in better, real life data. GL.