Casa Particular Carmen in Moron. A private home with colonial atmosphere located in the center of the city, near Marti Park and shopping centers, banks, internet room and other places of the city
- Street Gral. Peraza #38 / Carlos M. de Cespedes & Felipe Poey, Moron.
- +53 33 505453
- 1 Twin (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)
- Hot Water
- Tv & DVD
- 110v / 220v
- Air-conditioning + Private Bathroom
- Private Terrace and/or Garden + Garage Inside
- English spoken
- Breakfast ($4.00), Lunch ($8.00-12.00) and Dinner ($8.00-12.00)
- Laundry service
- Guide service
Comme chez nos grands-parents by kbidy (Stayed on Mar 21, 2018)
Magalys et Alfonso nous ont accueilli comme si nous faisions partie de leur famille et ce malgré la barrière de la langue (nous ne parlons pas bien espagnol). Pour la seule soirée que nous avons passé à Moron, nous n'avons pas eu a chercher un restaurant et tant mieux car Magalys est une cuisinière hors paires. Elle nous a concocter un succulent repas plus que copieux composé d'un ropa-vieira (sa spécialité) et accompagné d'une pina-colada qui est la spécialité d'Alfonso. Le petit dèjeuner a été gargantuesque (fruit, jus de fruit, pain, fromage, œufs, croque-monsieur, petites pâtisseries et café et thé : rien que çà :)). Le meilleur accueil de tout notre séjour, les meilleurs repas. Merci pour tout.
Fantastic by Francesca Giglioli (Stayed on Sep 15, 2016)
The home is colonial style very nice and the host are particularly welcoming. How was the food?
The food was excellent and we had dinner all the evening. How was the room?
The room was big and confortable with a large bathroom.
First-class hospitality in a charming casa particular by Colin Hepburn (Stayed on Jan 06, 2016)
I cannot write too highly of my experience of staying at the Casa Carmen for two nights in January 2016. Alfonso and his wife, Magaly, are the most charming and attentive of hosts and I was made to feel a welcome and valued guest at all times. She is also an excellent cook. The breakfasts I had there were substantial and delicious, especially the huge fruit platter, and I very much enjoyed the dinner she prepared for me. I ate all my meaks outside in the lovely shaded garden. My room, with its high stucco ceiling, was most comfortable, with an en suite bathroom, and I slept very well indeed. As well as a ceiling fan and air conditioning, there is also a small safe and a well-stocked fridge. I would not hesitate to stay at the Casa Carmen again and would recommend it enthusiastically to independent travellers. Moron is a small market town, where you can get a real feel for how ordinary Cubans live their lives far from the capital city. I would also recommend a visit to the pro vincial capital, Ciego de Avila, which has a most elegant historical centre and can be reached by taxi in 40 minutes or by train in just over an hour (the Casa Carmen is just around the corner from the railway station). I should add that Alfonso and Magaly also kindly arranged for me to be met on arrival at Jardines del Rey Airport and transferred to Moron, a distance of some 60 km.
Home away from home by Erica & Christian (Stayed on May 01, 2015)
We loved casa carmen, we were made to feel at home even though we spoke little spanish - we did by the end ;) We stayed at the casa and travelled out to cayo coco and cayo guillermo two days for the beach. It was nice to just come back to the casa after a long day and relax out the back with a rum in the rocking chair! The hosts were super friendly and if we were ever to pass moron again we would definitely stay here again. How was the food?
The food was amazing, our host cooked us lobster, fish, prawns across the three nights and was always served with salad, rice and chips. We ate like kings! Breakfast was also great, fresh fruit (pineapple, mango, melon, banana etc...), omelet, bread, coffee and our favourite fresh mango juice that they prepared from the HUGE mango tree out the back of the house. How was the room?
We had one night in the smaller room and two in the larger room, both we great. Each had a fridge stocked with waters, beer, fizz and either A/C and/or a fan. Beds were comfy and both had wire netting over the windows to fend off the mosquitos! Other Comments
Casa coloniale stupenda a Moron by Maria montagna (Stayed on Apr 06, 2015)