We chose the Lodge because it was so close to Alpine Camp for Boys where our son was a counsilor. It is a clean place with about six total rooms. There's a great room in the center with a nice area to relax.
Outside there's a nice deck that over looks the 'brow'. Not a spectacular view, but very pleasent (or at least during the time we were there.
Breakfast was exceptional including: fresh local fruit, homemade quiche, rolls and sausage.
The rooms were very clean and the furniture is fairly new. I understand they've only been operating the Lodge as a B&B for about 2-years.
In summary: Unique location in the woods on the edge of the 'brow'. It has a decent view and clean rooms with almost new furniture. Food was better than most B&B's that I've stayed in. The inn keeper is a very nice lady who seems to want to make sure everyone one leaves happy!