This place is the pits......the most expensive place we stayed on our Yukon road trip, and the worst. The accommodation is expensive, the wifi didn't work in Big Bear 3, and the meal was indescribable. We had been informed there was a "world class chef" in the kitchen (which we figured justified the exorbitant cost of the meals). I ordered the char grilled breast of chicken with vegetables and rice. I'm sure if I head to the nearest supermarket, my dinner will be in the tv dinner section of the freezer. The chicken (and I use the term loosely) was swimming in an unidentifiable sauce with obviously overcooked frozen mixed vegetables and some rice. The others ordered ribs which were also pre-cooked and bland.
There also appeared to be some pressure to buy the book written by the owner outlining the history of the site.
Upon reflection we should have driven into Watson Lake and spent the night there.More