What a place! It's beautiful, rustic and extremely well maintained. There are lovely wooden paths going along the shores of the property with occasional chairs along the way.
There are also kayaks, sporting toys and some books available (all free). Extremely beautiful and relaxing if you want something that is well hidden in nature.
The only two cons are the price (250 a night is a bit much) and the fact that there is no WIFI. I was told there isn't because they need to pay for the usage, which is a bit of a "duh!" statement. At the price they're charging they can afford to provide internet access to their guests.