Casa Adrian in Baracoa is two blocks from the ocean, and in easy walking distance of the town center. We offer two rooms (one double and the other with double bed and two single beds) that has air-conditioning, a fan and louvered windows for natural ventilation. There is a private ensuitebathroom with hot and cold water 24 hours a day. We have two terraces and a beautiful, green garden with a hammock to relax in under shady mango trees. At our house we offer traditional Cuban food, vegetarian options and adventurous desserts. For breakfast we offer fresh tropical fruits, juices, fresh bread and local honey, coffee and chocolate. For dinner we offer many traditional Cuban Creole dishes, especially fresh, local seafood such as lobster, fish and shrimp. The speaciality of our house is a traditional dish of Baracoa: fish with coconut milk (Pescado a la Santa Barbara). Guests are welcome to have their meals in the garden, where they can enjoy a peaceful, tropical atmosphere. The owner of the house, Adrian, speaks fluent English and a little French and Italian. He is a cameraman for the Baracoan branch of the Cuban Television Network, and is a maker of award-winning documentaries about Baracoan culture. He can provide guests with detailed information about Baracoa and Cuba. Safe, illuminated parking is available, as well as telephone and laundry service. Check in and check out times are flexible.
- Street Rodney Coutin # 100, Baracoa.
- +53 52332916 / Mobile +53 52718526
BEST PRICE (PER ROOM PER NIGHT)
For Triple use:
25.00 CUC x N in all seasons
- 2 Twins (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)
- Relation Quality-Price5.00
- Hot Water
- Tv & DVD
- 110v / 220v
- Air-conditioning + Private Bathroom
- Terrace and/or Garden + Parking available
- English spoken
- Breakfast ($4.00), Lunch ($8.00-10.00) and Dinner ($8.00-10.00)
- Laundry service
- Guide service
great stay by Patrick Laurence (Stayed on May 01, 2018)
Thanks a lot to Adrian, his mother and his family for making me a great stay in Baracoa. Even though I had a lot of bad weather and therefore couldn`t do much of the trips around I will remember my nice room, lovely authentic food and nice landlords! Adrian speaks excellent english and is a very good man. His mother is also a warm, kind person. Go to Baracoa!!
Warm welcome from Adrian’s sister by David & Morag (Stayed on Feb 18, 2016)
We spent 12 nights in Baracoa which was the highlight of our trip. We were catered for by Adrian's sister and her husband. Ayannis, who speaks very good English is a sweet person and made us very welcome. Breakfast which was served in the patio at the back of the house, was delicious - all that fruit! Both Ayannis and her mother are great cooks. How was the food?
It was delicious. How was the room?
Tasteful simplicity, comfortable bed and spotlessly clean. Other Comments
As a guest you feel very welcomed by the family. It was a real opportunity to get to know Cuban people and the fact that Ayannis speaks good English makes communication easy - and interesting.
The best casa in Cuba by Olaf (Stayed on Aug 05, 2013)
We spent 5 days in this loveley casa. To Baracoa we|n|came by bus where Adrian picked us up. The casa is good situated-you need|n|only 5 minutes to reach the sea and the center of the city is reachable in|n|about 5/7 minutes.Amazing breakfast and dinners cooked by his mom; she's a|n|better cook than most Casa Particulares in Cuba. Adrian's sister is very|n|friendly and she helped us out with our laundry. Adr ian is very|n|professional, smart and speaks English; great conversations. The entire|n|family is very attentive, and will help you in every way they can to make|n|you feel comfortable and at home. Very nice and clean room with hot shower|n|and A/C. Nice hammock under a tree. Baracoa was one of our favorite places|n|in Cuba. How was the food?
exelent. How was the room?
lovely and clean with|n|air-con and fan and plenty of space. Other Comments
We can recommend it to|n|everyone who wants to have a look into real cuban daily life and is looking|n|for a welcoming and relaxing stay.