I stayed in one of their cottages last year and reviewed that. This time I stayed in The Lodge, an old farm house turned into a hotel, so I'm writing a second review.
The Lodge offers similar high end rustic luxury as the cottages. The fly fishing remains superb, although they are now under new management and the formerly free fly fishing now costs at least $50/day.
There are 3 key differences between the lodge and the cabins that might influence your lodging decision. The lodge does not seem to have laundry facilities. Half of the lodge's bedrooms are upstairs, with no elevator. Lodge guests do not have kitchen access. There is access to a refrigerator, microwave and sink, but you can't cook a breakfast or other meal. Instead, they furnish a very nice cold breakfast.