I had wanted to stay here for a while and finally had the opportunity in mid October. Definitely a shoulder season for the area, I was the only one there for most of my stay. Even so, the facilities were clean and well maintained and the quietness provided exactly what I was looking for.
The huts are well situated overlooking an empty field with a view to help provide a sense of solitude. The cabins themselves are beautifully designed, yet spartan. They strike an interesting balance of outdoorsy, rustic living (no sink with the water supply outside), with modern conveniences (there's a small fridge, microwave and hot water kettle). One supplies their own sleeping bag, but the bed pad is memory foam. There is an outdoor chemical toilet on each hut, yet there's also comfortable washrooms with showers in the nearby barn on the property. Firewood for the stove is provided, and there's a thermostat controlled unit-heater in the wall, so one doesn't have to worry about waking up in below-zero temperatures. Also on the property is a restaurant and store, but it appeared closed for the season. A pay phone is there as cel. reception is patchy.
Check-in/out was straightforward, with some simple rules upon leaving (take out the trash to the bin).
It took a little getting used to the rustic approach (not quite camping but kind of) but I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. I'm not sure how busy or noisy it might be during peak season, but I'm looking forward to staying here again.