Kate and Richey in front of the authentic 12th century French cloister ruins! ~Switzerfilm

Kate and Richey in front of the authentic 12th century French cloister ruins! ~Switzerfilm

Wildflowers - Atlantis Bahamas Weddings - Wildflowers Bahamas - Wedding & Event Planner | Bahamas Weddings

Wildflowers - Atlantis Bahamas Weddings - Wildflowers Bahamas - Wedding & Event Planner | Bahamas Weddings

Destination wedding in the Bahamas.  Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island Wedding.  ceremony at Cloisters, Bahamas.  Brooke Mayo Photographers.  www.brookemayo.com

Destination wedding in the Bahamas. Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island Wedding. ceremony at Cloisters, Bahamas. Brooke Mayo Photographers. www.brookemayo.com

Your pick of spectacular venues for your Bahamas wedding ceremony and reception in Nassau, Paradise Island, Grand Bahama and the Out Islands of the Bahamas. - Cloisters Paradise island wedding venue picture courtesy of One & Only Ocean Club - http://www.bahamas-destination-wedding.com/bahamas-wedding-venues/

Your pick of spectacular venues for your Bahamas wedding ceremony and reception in Nassau, Paradise Island, Grand Bahama and the Out Islands of the Bahamas. - Cloisters Paradise island wedding venue picture courtesy of One & Only Ocean Club - http://www.bahamas-destination-wedding.com/bahamas-wedding-venues/

Destination Weddings at the one & only ocean club, bahamas

One and Only Club Wedding by Smitten Photography

While the exclusive One and Only Club is for members only, one of its unique features is visible from the road which runs to the eastern end of Paradise Island. The gothic stone cloister was built in the 12th-13th century in France and transplanted to the Bahamas in 1962. While the grounds are not open to tourists, the cloisters are easily viewed from the road.

While the exclusive One and Only Club is for members only, one of its unique features is visible from the road which runs to the eastern end of Paradise Island. The gothic stone cloister was built in the 12th-13th century in France and transplanted to the Bahamas in 1962. While the grounds are not open to tourists, the cloisters are easily viewed from the road.

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