This spot is timeless - a place of great natural beauty where everything around you is unspoiled and healthy. The lake is more like a wide river with many inlets and islands with woods that come up to the shore. There is wildlife everywhere, with the lake supporting many species of fish and birds. We saw so many different kinds of birds - more than I've seen anywhere in one spot; geese, bluejays, great white and blue herons, robins, swallows, etc. and their songs fill the air all day, especially the mockingbirds. Fish were jumping constantly. On the grounds around Woodland Cove we saw squirrels, rabbits, deer, racoons and one morning we awoke to find that a beaver had chewed down a small tree overnight! The hotel itself is small - just three guest rooms, but each of them is beautifully and thoughtfully layed out and furnished. There is a glass-enclosed pagoda where we ate our gourmet breakfast watching the squirrels and birds in the trees outside. There are books everywhere and nice places to sit an read, in the rooms, on the porch or on the dock in hanging hammocks or swinging loveseats. There was a kayak, a peddle boat and a canoe for use on the lake and one evening our hosts took us to see the sunset over the lake in a motorized dual-pontoon boat. We've stayed in a number of bed & breakfasts over the years and there was never a more pleasant and harmonious atmosphere. Bruce and Della are the perfect husband and wife hosts. We loved every minute at Woodland Cove!