The first thing that happens after you book your non-refundable room is that you get a message describing the breakfast. Pre-packaged snacks, plus bananas, will be left in your room based on the number of people and nights. The selection is somewhat worse than a meal on an airplane, and comparable to breakfast from a hospital vending machine. There is coffee, but no milk/cream etc. If you are hoping for actual breakfast, go elsewhere.
The check-in process was easy, but the message with instructions also contains a long list of rules…and the associated fines for breaking them. The rules are mostly reasonable(ie don’t leave dishes in the sink of the communal kitchen, lock your door), but the threats are not. The threats are reinforced with a promise that there are security cameras around, and you will be caught. One of the rules is don’t ask for help after 9PM as this will incur a fine.
The building itself is decent. The location is great and very close to the entrance of the National Park. The property is in thick forest down a long driveway. Our room was big and clean. It smelled very musty but we eventually got used to it. The mattress seemed to be wrapped in plastic, but was only moderately uncomfortable and noisy. The room door was concerningly flimsy, and only locked with the doorknob. There was no deadbolt or other way to lock the door from the inside.
This place did the job for a couple of nights, but we were excited to leave, won’t go back, and wouldn’t recommend it.