A gorgeous, crafted ""estate"" designed for events such as weddings. Unfortunately, most weddings include people in high heels and that's a huge risk. At the wedding I attended there, 2 weeks ago, at least 3 people tripped on the uneven stonework (including the minister and one of the caterers) and multiple glasses were broken from people stumbling on the stonework. There may be ways to sand down the pathway stones or otherwise improve the safety. It really is a very pretty place to host an event!
Pros: magically pretty, secluded
Cons: dangerous stonework