Clean, well maintained cabins with parking tucked under a roof, a front porch looking out at green grassy hills with horses and a mule grazing (and visiting) and inside our room, funky wooden beds and chairs crafted locally from small trees, a tiny kitchen area (which saved us the night we got home after 9 and found all the local pubs and cafes close their kitchens by then) and a comfortable sized bathroom, tons of water pressure - just what we needed for two nights. Every cabin looks out to the rolling hills of green but a back door leads to the common area - a huge field with picnic tables, fire pit, children's play area and at the far end, corals for traveling animals. Our animal is a small dog so she stayed with us in the pet cabin - not sure if they are any different than a regular room but no sign that the room had ever had guest-pets. There is a massive lodge on the property with a huge riverstone fireplace - perfect for a family reunion or a wedding.or a corporate event. We had good service and a pleasant welcome. Towels were a little on the thin / nasty side but this place had the nicest sheets I'd had in anything less than a 5-star urban hotel. I would go to this lodge again in a heartbeat and strongly recommend it.