The location is great with excellent views and wildlife. Onsite managers are friendly. The cabins were clearly very luxurious when built. Fresh bread and scones on arrival was a nice touch.
Property is now a bit rundown however. Tears in insect screens were a bit of a problem. The laundry was filthy - I had to wipe out the washing machine and then run a "blank" cycle to clean the washing machine before I would put my own clothes in there. There was nowhere to dry clothes once washed - a wall-mounted dryer had been removed and there was no clothes rack or line.
On arrival at the cabin, we were told - only then and not before - that we had to take our shoes off before going inside. This is impossible for me as I have arthritis in feet and ankles and can't walk without support of proper shoe soles. I explained this firmly and it was agreed I could leave shoes on, but it was an uncomfortable "welcome" and I felt uncomfortable about it the whole time I was there. It really should be on the booking information as I wouldn't have booked there if I'd known that was the "rule".
Breakfast was included - this turned out to be a tray of half-thawed sausages, bacon, ham, meat patties (none of which we would normally eat) with some eggs - and one tomato and two mushrooms - which was provided on arrival. A less meat-based option would be really appreciated these days, and no more than two days worth of thawing meat should be left at any one time.