It was an amazing stay. It is a small property with several separate villas, each containing at least two guest rooms/baths with shared common spaces - kitchen, living room (ours had a fireplace), study, dining room and outdoor courtyard/garden area. Check in was blissfully informal; they simply walked us to our room and gave us a tour of the grounds. Each villa has a pool, and they grow their own grapes on sit (try their Pinot!). Bathrooms are of varying size/composition, so check with the property if you have specific needs. We actually had the place to ourselves the first night, and even after others checked in, we essentially didn't see or hear them. They provide all the usual amenities - slippers, robes, toiletries (to include the most divine smelling body oil) - as well as adapters for your plugs. For those from the US, some of their sockets will take a European-type adapter, but most will not. The good news is that most electronic devices support the voltage down there, so you won't need a voltage converter (just the plug adapter). Breakfast is served communally. They put out pastries, fruit, etc and offer hot items by request. If you want anything, simply ask your butler. The town center is only a few blocks away, so there is easy access to the grocery and drug stores (amongst other things). They provide cruiser-type bikes that will get you to some of the closer wineries, and they will schedule reasonably priced transfers, tastings, dining, etc for you.