The traditional architecture here, reminiscent of a Greek Island village, features a cluster of low buildings with thick whitewashed walls, the edges and corners gently rounded off—and each room has one of these buildings to itself, with a private patio artfully separated from its neighbors. Rooms have deep, comfortable sofas, upholstered in warm tones, built-in pine closets, and red-brown tile floors, and the overall effect is very soothing. Suites have fireplaces and
jetted tubs. The place has its own stables, as well as orange and lemon groves. The restaurant serves an excellent five-course tasting menu, too.