We stayed one night at Manka's Inverness Lodge in one of their less expensive rooms ($310 including tax). It was comfortably laid out, nicely decorated, small, including a fireplace set with wood, with only two small windows overlooking the canyon behind the room, and sandwiched between other rooms. Seated in the comfortable chairs you could enjoy the fire but only look upward at the trees outside. The room is dark and not well lighted, actually consistent with rustic period furnishings & building. (Feels like a seasonable cabin room).
Breakfast included yoghurt and fruit and they advertised "unique scones" which did not arrive with our breakfast and we had to phone the lodge manager to get them delivered. But tasty
We concluded that the end room, larger with balcony, for which they charge about $500, may be more likely worth $500 than this room is worth $300.
In short, pleasant enough place but value, to us, not there.More