I was incredibly excited to stay here, but eh! This place is insanely overpriced. Despite being about as nice and spacious as I suppose a yurt can get - we still paid $475 a night to share a bathroom with the entire campsite and basically reside in a glorified tent. In my opinion, this is a one night stay kind of resort - perfect if you're making your way down Highway 1 and want to stop one more time before you hit San Luis Obispo. Unfortunately, they require two night stays.
The food is also crazy expensive even accounting for California prices and we felt bamboozled by the staff into paying for the $110 per person (with tip and tax) four-course prix fix menu both nights we stayed. The reservation site makes it seem like there are limited spots and you won't get a meal if you don't book. In reality, we were sitting in a practically empty dining room both evenings. The second day we were there I asked if I needed to make a reservation or if we could just show up and sit. I was told "reservations are always recommended". It's just a scam to get you to pay for the prix-fix versus ordering off the readily available ala carte menu. I will say the food itself was decent other than our steaks the second evening that were so tough they were almost inedible. We wanted to try the sushi restaurant which is supposed to be amazing (It better be for $209 per person) but it books up quickly).
Last, and this is out of the resort's control - but the weather at the end of June when we visited was foggy and cold. Despite the beauty of the natural surroundings we weren't able to enjoy any of the beautiful coastal views that come with nicer weather. We were told by staff that this is pretty par for the course in that part of Big Sur outside of late September and October. In addition, Highway 1 was closed just north of the resort. This was communicated to us before our stay - but not being natives we had no idea how long of a detour this was going to require. We were coming from the Carmel area and basically had to drive into the park 30 miles to see the north of Big Sur and then drive back out and loop completely around via Highway 101 South to get to Treebones - which meant a 4 hour drive versus the 39 miles we had planned. All in all just not an ideal time to stay at the place.
I'd recommend you only come here if you can pick up a quick last minute reservation when you know the weather is going to be beautiful, versus booking in advance.