We had an overnight stay on a Saturday night in a Spa Suite.
Received a warm welcome from all staff. When we first entered the suite, we noticed how warm it was. This was from the in-floor heating - which we later found we had no control over - leaving the room too hot for our comfort - requiring us to open the windows.
When you run the Japanese spa, this adds to the room temperature - there is no extractor fan above the spa. Also, the spa fits one person at a time - this was not apparent when viewing on the website prior to booking.
The adjacent bathroom is nicely appointed.
The fridge was a small wine fridge - holds about 6 bottles, it wasn't designed to accommodate the cheese and drinks we had brought with us.
We chose to have dinner at Burrawang General Store (more of a cafe/restaurant than a "general store") - just a short stroll away.
The pub itself is great - and the staff were very hospitable.
The light breakfast provided in the hotel's dining room consisted of toast and cereal options, juice and tea/coffee.
The room was very quiet in the morning, in a beautiful setting, with an occasional low from local cows. It would have been great if the room shutters blocked out the morning light.