Past and on going renovations maintained the Victorian charm of main hotel right done to NO TELEVISION nor Internet beyond limited 3G for smart phones.
We came into massive, open lobby with open dining room and adjacent gift shop. Piano player was working mud lobby close by bar island and local artistd were selling works showcasing nearby natural wonders, a photographer the evening of arrival and pen and ink artist the morning of departure.
Morning bellman was not available on arrival and even though he showed in time to bring in some bags, he turned and walked away with minimal comment as I picked up last 2 bags for storage. Afternoon bellman displayed high customer service as he followed me to car with loaded cart when I thought I was bring car to door.
We stayed in cabin as we booked late. 2 double beds made our room in the duplex building seem small in addition to sink, toilet and no tub, only shower, being available.
We were warned to watch for lone bison, known to be in area and to sneak up on guests in the dark or at least to wait quietly in dark allowing guests to approach well within 25 yard zone and to be surprised by brushing against he almost invisible brown and black hide. Extremely limited outdoor lighting made walking away from main roadway and parking lots ill advised. More