"True get-away from everything"
The cabins look over the water, and the setting is quiet and peaceful. You'll need to stop in Powell River or Sechelt and get your food, bread, milk, coffee, filters, creamer, popcorn, sandwich makings etc. While you are in Powell River, pop up to Joyce Avenue and get gas at the 7-11, there really isn't a station in Lund.
They have a full kitchen with all the tools you'll need to cook, and nice dishes to eat on. You will be doing all your own dishes by hand, no dishwasher. There is a great restaurant right down the road that serves one of the best dinners I've had travelling - Laughing Oyster. You'll have to walk from your parked car down to your chalet, so I would say that it is not handicap accessible.
There is no cell service, most of the time, but there is a weak resort internet that you can access and do Skype or similar. There is no TV or other entertainment, unless it is already on your laptop or tablet, then you are good. Fully electric with big dinning tables and comfortable sofas.
If your idea of vacation is just sitting on a deck, talking, barbequing, reading, and writing, or playing cards is what you long for, then this is perfect. The chalets are well appointed, and comfortable for a retreat. There are no curtains on the windows that face the lake, so if you aren't use to an open house it might feel weird. There are curtains in the bedroom. There were temperature controls for every room.
There is a shortage of activities, if that is important.
Traveller from Seattle, WA