My wife and I kept calling this our "castle." I could post photos but it wouldn't explain how far up the mountain this property is. "Secluded" doesn't begin to explain the geography. So if you think you're going to run around the corner for a coffee, newspaper or bottle of water, that's not going to happen. But if you're OK with a classic resort setting (where almost all the services you could ask for are) then this is the place to be. The lobby is split into two levels, with the second level that's part living room, part bar, part breakfast nook. It nicely forces social interaction between guests. We got a great summer deal for our stay, $300 a night. If you can afford that, it's worth the experience. There's a nice hiking trail if you're there in summer; and plenty of ski lifts if you're there in the winter.