Good: I liked the effort to be especially eco-friendly. The folks there grow a lot of their own food and do a lot of communal meals. The staff were super nice and even helped me pack my luggage down the trail to the cabin. There were cool activities like an art room and a little library on site.
Not great: I'm a heavy-set person (220 lbs) and I don't see so well at night. My room (gorgeous as it was) was on the second floor, which wouldn't have been a problem except I had to climb jagged stones up a steep hill to get there and cross a the wooden bridge that seemed to sag a bit under my weight.
The outhouse was down the hill. I usually don't mind an outhouse, but this one had two high steps to the seat inside the outhouse itself. I could barely reach the top to sit.
I traveled alone, so I was disappointed to see that the only security measure for my room was an eye-hook, which I could only latch from the inside.