Tents and location on the now-flowing Boteti River are lovely, and the general ambience is relaxed... very relaxed, welcoming and homely. We felt we were treated as real guests and were so very comfortable with the people there. However, people there seem very personal and I strongly suspect unfriendly and moaning guests did not receive the same service we did. The people here will make or break the stay for you. There is lots of space to slouch around and chill out - in front of your tent or in the communal areas if you would like some company. The hide is really nicely done and great for photographing the elephants enjoying the water. Since there is a bed and hammock in there you can take down some water and stay for hours - napping at the times there are no animals to watch.
The activities have been affected by the river level and so you won't get into the National Park until after 8, and perhaps later, so if you are primed for a dawn start to wildlife watching and expect the same as at a Delta camp, you will be disappointed - the same goes for the very pleasant and informative but not necessarily exciting walks.
Take it as it comes. This is not a place to rush around and it is not a place to demand this and that. Read up on it and see what it is and what it offers and go with the flow when you get here. Walk and game drive your heart out before you come and then relax (it is 100% perfect as a rest stop for a couple or even four days in the middle of a mobile safari or at the end of an adventurous trip - whatever that may be to you). We did that and we all three of us enjoyed it very much. I would have liked to do a bit more, but I'm a hyperactive person on safari - always running around with my camera... taking some time out was good for me and there are beautiful shots to be had here too.
My mother absolutely loved it here and so did my wife. They were treated like very, very special friends from first to last. Personally I grade it very good, but by two votes to one it is five dots for us.