We booked this place after reading the comments here, and I am really glad we did. We spent two nights here at the end of September - I believe it was the end of their main season. We ate in their restaurant - basic, but OK. No beer! They were so kind to keep open so that we could eat after a long day in the MSH park.
Nights were cold, but the propane heater kept the chill off. Gaslights were good. It really made us think about all the things we take for granted at home; if it takes more effort than just flicking a switch, you tend to make do without!
Torches are essential!
No cupboard space - just a few pegs, a large shelf and a table (and the fridge).
$100 per night seems a little overpriced, to be honest, but I guess the location is the thing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are an 80 acre facility, that includes cabins, camping, RV sites, cafe & horseback tours. We have cozy log cabins for 2 or 4 guests. One open room concept. All cabins come with linens and towels. 4 - 4 Person cabin includes: A full size bed & twin bunks, table and chairs. Very cozy and comfortable. Propane lights & heat in each cabin. 2 - 2 Person cabins include: A full size bed, table and chairs. Very cozy and comfortable. Propane lights & heat in each cabin. We have very spacious tent sites. We have RV sites that are dry camping only. We have a 6 person yurt available. Two bunks with full size beds on the bottom & twin beds on top. Guest must provide own linens or sleeping bags for the yurt accommodations. We have a centralized fire pit for the entire Resort, we provide the wood and light the fire! Our cafe is open for breakfast and dinner reservations only for our Resort guests. We are a private facility that takes reservations only. We are open May through September each year. During the off season our office hours are Saturday & Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm. (October to the end of April. Please feel free to email us your reservation requests anytime. Our reservation desk will get back to you. ... more less