There were 3 villas on the grounds and we shared one with my son and his wife and another couple. It was the smallest villa, "Villa Boda", and had 4 bedrooms, 6 baths, 7000 sq/ft. It was just lovely. It was all open and airy and exquisitely decorated.
There was plenty of room for large gatherings and a fully equipped kitchen which you could cook for yourself (which we did) or hire someone to cook.
All the wedding party stayed in the main villa which was HUGE! There were at least 20 people staying there.
One section was 2 stories with a roof top party area. There was also an outdoor pavilion where the young people gathered for dancing in the evening and yoga in the morning.
It was at this magical venue that my son gave away his only child, his beloved daughter Madison
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