This was a disappointing stay for us. We had to stay in a Cottage as the river cabins are not dog friendly. So, we paid $325/night ($300/night for the cottage and $25/night for the dog). When we walked into the cottage, it smelled like smoke (probably because the previous guests had used the fireplace?). One of us has asthma so that was annoying, especially because most of the windows would not open to clear out the smoke. Due to Covid, we travel with an air purifer, but it took 24 hours to clear out the smoke smell. The kitchen is tiny although they squeeze a lot in, which was impressive. Unfortunately, no microwave just 2 burners and we needed a microwave. We asked the housekeeper who was cleaning a nearby cottage for a microwave and she said she would bring one "in 15 minutes." One hour later and we realized she wasn't coming back. We would have had to drive down the mountain to ask for a microwave at the front desk. We couldn't call either due to no cell signal. So, we ate a cold dinner. They warn you about this, but it's true that there is no cell service (so no data, text, nor voice) and no wifi. The next day when we wanted to go exploring, the road was under construction and this made it difficult to drive anywhere. It ended up not mattering as none of the gorgeous Umpqua River trails within a half hour are open due to the Archie fire - but we were not told this when we booked. So, we were basically stuck in an overpriced, small cabin in the rain that smelled of smoke. We did manage to hike the road the cottages are on, but the locals came barreling down that road dangerously AND there were speeding logging trucks during most of the day. We did not eat at the restaurant as the menu was not all that impressive - same ol, same ol and not very creative for touting it as being "gourmet." In the cottage, they have a sign that asks you to tip 10-15% for the privilege of staying there. For our 2 nights, that would have meant a tip of $65 - $90 dollars! No way, especially since the housekeeper abandoned our request AND the front desk could not come up with trails for us to hike. Basically, the front desk clerk was useless and complained that she never gets to leave the Inn so doesn't know the area. Not the best customer service! We ended up finding some safe places to hike on our own, fortunately. Once the trails reopen after the Archie Fire cleanup this may be worth the prices they charge to stay here - but be sure to make certain your "luxury" cabin does not smell like smoke. Why do people insist on a fire in the fireplace in the middle of an area that has burned? The good - nice bed, good lighting for reading, good heat (so fireplace not needed for heat), very private, and nice lawn for the dog. Oregon has a different idea of "resort" than most places (most Oregon "resorts" are funky not resort-like) and this was nicer than most cabins at "resorts" in Oregon and the cottage was very clean and well built. Everywhere seems to be gouging on cabin prices to make up for closures during Covid and the Diamond Lake Resort down the road charges $335 for a 2BR on the lake, including the dog, but that gets only 1 star so there you have it.