We stayed for 3 nights in the main inn; our friends had 2 rooms in one of the carriage houses. Our room (#6) was charming, had a gas fireplace (which made the room warmer as well), accomodated a cot for our son, had a large walk-in closet (convenient for a ski trip) and a pleasant bathroom with seeming endless hot water. (Three people at the end of a day skiing are a pretty good test!) The first downside of the room was that the smoke alarm -- directly above the bed -- went off twice during the first night, and it had the same effect as any alarm, which was that it woke us up both times. This didn't happen again, but we could hear everything in the adjacent room and the common area below, including the whispered conversations after those guests were asked by management to be quiet. I would NOT recommend this place to anyone who expects to make much noise (i.e., has kids, is talkative, or is planning a romantic weekend with an expressive partner) unless you're prepared for the hostile or gawking stares from your fellow guests when you see them in the breakfast room. But on that front, the dinner there was delicious. I believe that committing to eat dinner at the inn as part of your price plan may make a good deal of what others have called pricey. Management was responsive to our concerns (whether the alarm or the noise).