It was exactly as I had imagined my perfect beach holiday to be: remote and stunning. The cabins were absolutely amazing, the beach was only for us, the service were friendly and very helpful, the food was far better than anywhere else in Cuba. Highly recommended.
The journey there is quite long from Havana, it took me about 8 hours of solid driving. We hired a car with Cubacar in La Terminal de Cruceros in Havana, who were very very helpful and gave us a good quality road map, although we also had the Rough Guide map to Cuba with us. Driving there was a bit of a pain, as directions are not as well indicated as the loyalty to Fidel. Being a native speaker I was able to ask for directions quite easily.
Reading reviews of "helpful" locals jumping on your car to guide you when asking for directions, I thought that locals were going to be friendly and open....not really, it was clear that locals were not getting in your car to help with directions, but to get driven to wherever they were going, which may or may not be in the same direction as you are going so... if you do need to ask someone, make sure you ask someone that is walking in the opposite direction to the one you think you want to go. I did find helpful people, a boy in Pinar del Rio took his bike to ride it in front of our car to show us the way as there was a street party and the streets were blocked.
Once you get to the Península de Guahanacabibes, which is a natural parc, it's a good hour an a half before you get to the hotel. Be careful with crazy (and huge) iguanas running in front of your car, wild pigs and wild cows.
It will all be worth it :)