Bug House Lodge was everything I had hoped it would be and then some. If the pictures for this place get you excited, just wait until you see it in person! We had a group of 26 and there was more than enough room to accommodate all of us. The hottub was a good size and heated quickly. There was yard game equipment for us to use on the back deck and a tire swing in the woods that us (average of) thirty year old dudes had more fun on than we'd likely be willing to admit. The trails through the woods added an element of space and privacy. The nearest neighbor is something like 300 yards away and while you're there it's easy to forget that they exist at all. It's hard to pick a favorite bedroom. Each one (minus the downstairs) has it's own full bath. The beds were all very comfortable and there was plenty to do around the house. There are multiple TVs, but I'm not sure we ever bothered to turn one on. The main kitchen is large and comes with two ovens and a fridge and if that's not enough, the next room over is basically a cafeteria with two more fridges and another oven. If the point of this place is to bring groups of friends and families closer together then it did its job while we were fortunate enough to visit. I look forward the day we get to do so again. If the nightly price has you hesitating, take into account all that it accomodates and know that the juice is worth the squeeze.
Pro tip: There's a guy named Kevin that will come pick you up in a party bus and take you into town if you call, ask nicely, and offer to throw some dollars his way. We found this to be the easiest way to bar hop without having to later show an officer how well you can recite your ABCs backwards or how precisely you can touch your finger to your nose. Calling and asking one of the bars in town should get you his number.