I made a late July, midweek booking to avoid crowds at the ski fields. The resort is about 15km before Jindabyne on the Cooma road. Being well set back from the road, there was no bus noise to be heard. I stayed in The Horseshoe Lodge, which is separate from the main restaurant / lodge/ indoor horse arena / reception. This lodge had 8 rooms with multiple bunks and a single bed room. All beds with electric blankets.There was an excellent fully equipped kitchen to use and a lounge area with TV - no satellite. Bathroom and toilet may get a real workout if the lodge is full.
The whole lodge was spotlessly clean. The tiled floors were freezing- -5c in the lounge in the morning, with -8c outside. The rooms have heaters, although the corridors, kitchen and lounge were very cold the 3 nights I stayed. The underfloor heating had been disconnected. My single bed 's edge had its day and made for poor sleep. Otherwise I will visit again as it is quiet, close to skiing and a huge full cooked breakfast was served with very friendly faces.