This lodge is beautiful. Situated in near proximity to the river, with the beautiful cathedral windows in the main lodge/dining room, cozy fireplace and (mostly) friendly staff. The cabins are very visually pleasing. Food was great too, making s'mores by the river at night a nice treat.
We booked the king deluxe cabin and for $400/night, I felt like we were getting robbed. The room is tiny, there is no real storage, it was cold and took a while to heat up (the staff was helpful in providing extra blankets), and two of us felt rather tight in there. We traveled with our 2yo son, which would've been fine had the room been bigger. We had his travel crib next to our bed but then couldn't access the thermostat. Moving it back and forth, well, you get the picture. :-) Book a bigger room if you have kids on board. Ours looked quite fine from pictures, but pictures can be deceiving.
The staff was wonderful except one member of the wait staff, who, as soon as she's seen us with our son, gave us a clear indication it wasn't to her liking he was there. Our son is a very well travelled, well behaved kid (don't all parents say that? Haha) and we were very aware of the other guests' desire for a quiet, nice dinner, kept it short and quick (there is no other place to eat, so we had to eat at the lodge, even our room was not big enough for us to have dinner there, the deck didn't work because it was 0•C in early September!) She was short and not very willing to be helpful (i.e. getting us a high chair, which they ended up not having anyway because the owner took it for personal use for guests at home, getting us extra forks and other little but helpful things - she was the complete opposite of her colleagues, but, unfortunately, was the first person we interacted with and you know how first impressions work.
Overall, a lovely place for a romantic getaway.