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House rentals in Antigua

Hola, everyone! My first time posting, so I apologize if I break any rules. I'm going with a group of friends in Antigua from March 11-19, 2006 for our friend's wedding at Casa Santo Domingo. Since we will be there for a whole week, we would like to rent a large house or a couple of smaller ones. (Casa Santo Domingo sounds beautiful, but we're saving their room block for older friends and relatives.)

I've read about people renting houses in Antigua that come staffed with housekeeper and cook, but I can't find any information on these forums or the internet. The house doesn't have to be staffed - any house rental in Antigua will do. I've looked all over and only found 2 or 3 houses for rent. Any suggestions? Thank you!!

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