I stayed here as part of the Hidden Gambia river trip experience. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and would recommend it to others. I wouldn't recommend it for everyone however.
I think they must have improved the place substantially since the negative reviews have been written. There are two types of accommodation - lodges and tents. I stayed in a tent as people we had met earlier in the trip said it was the superior of the two. Apparently the lodges are warm to sleep. I really enjoyed my tent. It wasn't too warm but obviously not air conditioned (it's a tent!) in March. The tents have running water and electricity so they are comfortable but the neat part is that the water is heated by the sun during the day and the electricity is generated through solar. The bed was comfortable.
The staff was absolutely fantastic. Very welcoming and friendly. The food was very good. Certainly not gourmet, but an excellent balance between adventurous local and home cooking.More