We had a really nice stay here in July. Booking was straight-forward via email and Yoan met us off the Viazul bus. We stayed in the house that his mom lives in. The room was very private as it was seperate from the house. We had breakfast and dinner there most of the time (on the patio which was lovely), the food was amazing, we are both vegetarians and had gotten used to living off rice and beans but Yoans mom was a great cook and really accomodating. The room and bathroom were neat and clean. The bathroom bin didn't get emptied in the time we were there (3 days) and started to smell in the heat. Not really a big deal considering how good everything else was. Most of the people from the Casa spoke a little english and some near perfect english which was helpful since our spanish wasn't brilliant.
We hired bikes from the Casa and cycled around Vinales which was fun, the bikes are well kept but quite old so take a bit of getting used to. We went on an AMAZING trek with Fidel who works for the Casa and knows the area and local flora and fauna quite well. We stopped and had a drink at a tobacco farm and rambled around farms and hills, even in the pouring rain it was fun. Worth wearing decent shoes though as it gets muddy. There are a range of tours you can take with both Fidel and Yoan and I would definitely recommend it. Since I don't speak spanish very well It was great to be able to have conversations about the country's politics and culture in english on our trek. Vinales is a lovely little agricultural town to visit with spectacular landscape and rich natural surroundings. Our stay was made even more pleasant by staying in Villa Los Reyes. We will definitely be back!