I knew from reading these reviews what to expect - so I wasn't surprised. The place seems very old and out of date, but it's also affordable. It's quiet and close to the cave, and much cheaper than the Chateau. It's a step above camping with a kitchen. The mattress was very old and lumpy, but if you don't mind a hard mattress you'll be fine.
I was in cabin #11 at the end. I was a little alarmed to see a blackened out outlet that must have sparked and/or started a small fire at some point. The side table and lamp were moved to the end of the bed (strange place) I'm assuming because of the scorched outlet. At the very least, I think a piece of duct tape over the outlet would keep some stupid person from trying to plug something in. It also made the room very short of outlets. And with today's multi-gadget charging needs, I was disappointed.
So if you don't mind quirks like that, this place is fine.