We stayed here after the rafting trip, basically imagine somewhere Earnest Hemingway would have stayed and you are in the ball park. Beautiful waterfall running through the hotel (if you can call somewhere with 4 rooms a hotel?) Rooms are what I would call rustic, but more than good enough. The food is ok, not amazing, but the treat is the location. Having a pot of tea on the balcony was just divine, added that we could dive into the pool from our room (the pool is filled from the river and has a part bedrock part tile floor just makes it more special. One night is enough unless you are into walking, but we went from here to a 5 star resort with about 200 rooms... I know where I would prefer to be!
If you have the chance, I would highly suggest you stay here.