We stayed here while the rest of our family stayed in a cabin on the lake because their cabin was pet-free, and we had to bring our dog.
Relatively clean, with a mini fridge, small kitchen sink & kitchen table, one bedroom w/double bed (one of those ones where you have to brace yourself not to roll into the middle), one night stand, and two twin beds near entrance.
The bathroom was small, with a shower stall so narrow that one could not bend over and often banged elbows when washing hair.
The windows were propped open with butter knives, with the thermostat turned all the way down. For a cold August night, that was a bit much, but once we shut the windows & turned up the thermostat, the small area warmed up quickly.
I would return if I had to stay up that way again with a pet.
It's a bit odd to check into the room at the bar in the Buck Rub Pub. This also meant that we had to cross our fingers that a physical check-out wasn't necessary, since the pub wasn't open in the morning.