Owners described the cabins as excellent access to flyfishing, but the cabin was in a field between the bar and the tubing rentals. At the river, tubers were jumping from rocks and towing inflatables with coolers of beer. There were soda cans and trash in the river in front of the property, and a drunken young man was urinating in the grass at the bank when I went down to fish. The area smelled strongly of fish that someone had cleaned nearby. Although you can access the river at other, maybe cleaner places, don't look for much near the cabins. Rated "one" on service because of the misleading description of good fishing.
The cabins were nice and clean, though we paid over $150 for the night. There is no air conditioning, and the highway is close and noisy, so it was stuffy at night with the closed windows. It can be hot in late summer in a closed -in cabin. There are no curtains over the bathroom window, although it was at eye level and adjoined the tubal rental station. The "kitchen" had a coffeepot, microwave, and fridge, though there wasn't a sink. Water from the shower was hot and the bed was comfortable.
The owners have an adjoining bar/cafe, and the journal entries in the cabin referred to the great food, especially the breakfasts. We didn't stay another night (found lodging of better value close by) and didn't try the food.