We found Ian Anderson's (a Canadian ex-pat, not the Jethro Tull guy) online through TripAdvisor and decided it sounded worthwhile for including in our Belize vacation planning. It ended up being the highlight of our trip, and a place we definitely hope to return to. We don't return to many places as the world still has too much to offer our wanderlust souls, so this is saying a lot.
The "tree house" accommodations (really on stilts built in the jungle rather than built within the tree structures themselves) were fantastic. Very, very spacious, with large living rooms completely screened in from floor to ceiling on 3 sides for surround sound of the cacophony noises of nature that arise from and travel through the jungle day and night. The large bedroom was raised by about 5 stair steps above the living room, with only a railing (no wall) separating the spaces so the openness and sounds were enjoyed as equally from the bed as from the couch. Even the very private outdoor shower was a delight for being one with the jungle (but a large indoor shower is an option for the more modest who don't want to expose themselves to the elements).
Dining was a hoot - we felt we were at summer camp for adults. It is all buffet style, and all rooms are assigned different tables nightly to enable (or ensure?) engaging with the other guests. This also served to hear about the daily adventures others had gone on to help decide which to plan for ourselves the next day. We were surprised and perhaps not fully buying in to the camp-like atmosphere on night one, but were quickly hooked and looked forward to it each night thereafter.
On the day we stayed put rather than do an adventure we took in the extensive and impressive botanical gardens, toured the cheese house where the owner has created a thriving business making cheeses that supply the whole country, and hung out at the beautiful swimming pool in comfy lounge chairs. While there a family of howler monkeys moved into the poolside trees for an afternoon nibble and nap. Very cool.
The adventures themselves were great, the entire staff was excellent, and all in all this is a place to return again and again. We loved it.