I'll share the pros and cons we experienced.
1) The host is WONDERFUL. She let us know ahead of time that the invasive grass really has taken over the dock area, and we could cancel if this interfered with our plans.
2) THE HOUSE WAS SUPER CLEAN. I really enjoyed this aspect. It was also very roomy, which was a happy surprise.
3) We had rain, and the kids found a few puzzles that we all did together, one with very strangely shaped pieces that took us a long time (plus we didn't look at the picture to challenge ourselves.) We had a lot of fun waiting for the rain to pass!
4) The host had bug spray at the covered dock and on the porch, so we didn't need to run back into the house when the mosquitoes came a calling and we were able to enjoy the rains while sitting outside.
5) The treetop view and porch was FaBuLoUs and I loved just sitting there, looking at the moss covered trees.
6) The directions given to the remote location were perfect.
7) Quiet area, lots of sleeping spaces, clean linens and plenty of towels, free wifi.
8) Several different varieties of frogs sang to us each evening. Quite a lovely chorus.
1) Not being able to use the dock was disappointing, but they told us beforehand about the invasive grass, so we knew it was just a good place to rest and not canoe. (So really not a con, and I hope people will write the state to help out these residents who are paying lake side taxes with no access to the lake!)
2) The smell of mold inside. This was hard on my husband, who has allergies to mold. While I grew up visiting my grandma's house in a humid area with this musty odor and I am used to it, for those who are not prepared for it, it can be a challenge. For me, this was a non-issue. I loved the house, the view in the treetops, the prepared fire pit (though we couldn't use it due to rain) easy access to the covered deck and the roominess of the Treehouse apartment itself. But the mold made my husband miserable.