Dan & Lana were great to work with and very responsive to every inquiry in a very timely manner. They let us come tour the property before reserving to make sure it would meet our needs. It is a labor of love for them as they transform this old historic building into a modern place to gather and stay while preserving the historic and somewhat quirky nature of the building.
Rooms are nice and furniture and bedding are all new. Towels were provided and high quality like any nice hotel. Bathrooms were acceptable, but given the age of the building and the rural setting we had a few bugs, but not terrible. A/C units are in each room and kept the building comfortable inside which was good given is was in the 90's outside during our stay.
There are two ranges/ovens and two fridges in the kitchen. Not a ton of pots and pans and griddles, but adequate to get by. Surprisingly there were TVs in almost every room so we could watch the Olympics during visiting time.
There is foosball, air hockey, ping pong, a large open room in the basement and a media room with a large screen projector for DVDs.
There is a volleyball court outside, but there are a still a ton of goatheads that stick in your shoes and in the ball so we had to abandon that activity. I know they have tried to get rid of them, but will probably have to resod or something.
We drove to Dierks Lake and Shoshone Falls for day trip which was nice.
It was amazing to find a place with so many rooms, bathrooms, and beds so this worked great for our group which has a tight budget. Would definitely stay again and recommend. Just enjoy the old creaky hard wood floors and history.