The place is run by enthusiasts, motivated by the architectural significance of the 60s hydro-electric project. If that rings your bell, go for it. If not, think twice. The food is good and honest, I enjoyed the local trout for dinner and hand smoked salmon for breakfast (you can tell it's the real deal because there's the odd bone in, a machine wouldn't miss that). Apart from the food, view, nature, history, architecture and some pool access I didn't use, there isn't much else. No disco, no 24 hr room service, no turn down service, no chocolate in your pillow, none of that useless onboard magazine fluff. Apart from the blazing fast WiFi perhaps. Do your research properly, if you like this stuff it's a five, if you don't it's your own mistake.