I would never stay here again. First of all, this is a Bed and Breakfast, not a lodge. The biggest issue is that the hotel is located on a dirt road about 5 miles up. Because the property is on National Forest Property, it is not lit. At night it is impossible to find the turnoffs. You need to count the cattle guards in order to have any idea of where to turn next. We got lost, which on this road is very, very scary. It's located on a hill and there are no guard rails. You literally can not see to the sides of the roads. All you can see is what your bright lights are able to see. The innkeepers, incidentally do not answer the phone at night, so if you get lost on the road, you're on your own. The couple who run the hotel are rude and argumentative. We told them, when we made the reservations that we would not be staying for dinner. They did not write this down apparently did not remember and then argued with us and said that we had told them we were having dinner here. It was just rude. The next morning we had breakfast, but the ham and scrambled eggs we had had eggshells in them. Not just for me, but for my son too. The room has no lock on the door! I've never stayed anywhere without a lock on the door. I felt very unsafe. The room we were in had a claw foot tub with a hose-faucet attached to the faucet. The tub had obviously not been cleaned before our stay, so I didn't want to sit down, but I had a hard time showering because the hose only reached up about 4 feet. Also, the sheets on the bed smelled like they had not been changed from the previous customer. However, the bed was made well. Overall we really had a poor stay here.