We stayed for two nights during a rafting trip. It is only accessible by river.
Having stayed for six nights in Ker & Downey Nepal lodges, we expected a good standard of accommodation and service and were not disappointed.
The tents were constructed with a corrugated steel roof over a large, conventional ridge tent with something around 4 high foot walls and a 7 foot ridge. There were outer canvas doors with separate fly screens behind them. The twin beds were comfortable and set at a normal height. Our tent had a shower-room including a wash-basin, flush toilet, tiled floor and wooden walls, that was pretty much en-suite. We had hot water when we needed it. There were tiny LED lights at each bed-head and in the bathroom but they only gave a glimmer of light.
Plentiful, inclusive drinks and nibbles were served outside around an open, roaring fire during the pre-dinner happy hour. Dinner was self service in a dining hut, lit by candles and oil/gas lamps. It was very good lodge style food brought in by immaculately turned out staff from the adjacent kitchen. Breakfast and lunch was taken in the same area. Coffee and tea was served first thing in the morning and late in the afternoon, with the addition of drinking chocolate in the afternoon.
There were a few biting insects about when we sat outside, under the tent verandah, as the sun dropped. None was particularly fearsome and a rub with a Mosi-guard stick on exposed skin kept them away (not DEET standard insects!). Visiting the bathroom at night, my head-torch lit up a few large ants and other little beasties and sent them scurrying about. Not a problem - certainly no bites - but I did remember to wear my crocs the following night.
We took the optional 3 hours or so walk on the second day at camp, straight up the hillside to a village, from which the camp draws many staff, and back down, accompanied by our boat crew. The villagers were friendly. Whist the going wasn't over difficult, I wouldn't have wanted to do it in sandals. Bamboo walking sticks were available at the campsite. I had a small rucksack but the crew carried water for others