When people sleep anywhere, people heat the air to 98.6 degrees by exhaling, and need a source of cool air. This hotel does not provide air conditioning until summer, and so one has to leave their window open for cold air. But I stayed in room 249, and outside my window was a row of flags flapping loudly in the wind all night. The lake side which I stayed on also has: a) a local road with occasional car noise, b) the noisy entrance area, and c) the lake that people walk and talk around early in the a.m.. The mountain view rooms face the village and may be quieter.
Next, the "village" shops are all closed in the evening, a ghost town, but there are restaurants about a mile away. We did have a pizza in the lobby which was good.
There is virtually nothing to do in the area. The only people who are here seem to want to golf at a course a couple miles away.
Positives are that the bed, pillows, and linens were super comfortable, but I could only sleep for 3 hours, 11 p.m. until 2 a.m., then was too hot, so it sort of ruined my next day.
Similar to many IHG hotels, this is a franchise. This is owned by one man, who I saw leaving in the morning April 23.