The property is a bit far from Lake Louise etc.(20 minutes), which is not optimal, but it is right down the road from an amazing waterfall, and devoid of masses of tourists, so it is a trade-off. It would be nice to have had a hot tub available. Hard to move luggage on the gravel paths between cabins, but I believe they just got a golf cart-type vehicle to help with this. Tiny quibble: the vegetarian box lunch they packed had two tiny slices of cheese, in contrast to the other offerings (e.e., turkey), which were generous.
The property is lovely, but the staff is the greatest asset -- they could not have been nicer or more helpful. Dinner was quite good and breakfasts were excellent. Setting is quiet and rustic. Arrangement with sister property at Lake Moraine for canoeing privileges is a plus, Deep soaking tubs in rooms and fireplaces also very nice.The common spaces were beautiful and well appointed, with some interesting furniture (e.g., tables made out of mine sleds).