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Casa Adrian is two blocks from the ocean, and in easy walking distance of the town centre. We offer two rooms with a double bed and two single beds that has air-conditioning, a fan and louvered windows for natural ventilation. There is a private ensuite bathroom with hot and cold water 24 hours a day. We have a terrace 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. How to find the houseFrom the bus station (Viazul):Follow the Malecon Avenue to the Matachín Historical Museum and turn right into Juracion Street. Walk for two blocks and then turn left into on Rodney Coutín Street. Half a block further is Casa Adrian, a blue and cream, two-storeyed house on the right hand side.From Santiago by car rental:When arriving in Baracoa on La Farola Road turn left into Cepero Bonilla Street (at the corner before the Cupet gas station). Continue to the end of this street and turn right into Rodney Coutin Street. Half a block further is Casa Adrian, a blue and cream, two-storeyed house on the right hand side.From the Baracoa Airport:Take a taxi and show the driver the address (Rodney Coutin # 100).From Holguín by car rentalArrive in Baracoa on the 1 de Abril Street. Follow the road as it turns right and becomes Calixto Garcia Street. Travel about 1km and then turn left into Moncada Street. Continue for four blocks and turn right into Rodney Coutin Street. Two blocks further is Casa Adrian, a blue and cream, two-storeyed house on the right hand side.
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Gustavo Rizo Airport2 mi
Orestes Acosta Airport35 mi
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Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

We stayed for 3 nights with 2 kids of 14 and 16 in this very nice casa. Adrian and his family are very good hosts. We enjoyed staying here, the great food they prepared and the nice garden. Baracao and her surrounding is it worth...More

Thank Steijger
Reviewed March 3, 2017

A bicitaxi collected us from the bus and took us to the casa where we were met by Adrian and Elena. We had a lovely first floor room and could sit either on the front balcony overlooking the street or on the rear terrace where...More

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Reviewed July 31, 2016

This is a great Casa! Adrian and his wife were very gracious and our room was nice and clean. The bed was very comfortable and we had more hot water here than any of the casas we stayed at in Havana. We had delicious Baracoan-style...More

1  Thank Chazin-Gray
Reviewed April 15, 2016

we stayed at Adrian's house for 4 nights. after having problems with our flight from havana we arrived at 22:00 (instead of 09:00....), and Adrian & his mother Lily was waiting for us with a hot cup of coffe and a late dinner. adrian speaks...More

Thank gil s
Reviewed March 27, 2016

We felt so at home in Casa Adrian! Each day's walking adventure in and around the charming and historical town of Baracoa began and ended with a delicious home-cooked meal, served on the second-story porch which overlooks the quiet neighborhood. Adrian and his wife were...More

Thank Ron M
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"first floor room is on the road side of the house. we liked it. if you want a more quiet stay, ask for the..."
Apr 15, 2016
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"There are two rooms, both would be fine."
Mar 27, 2016
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"Adrian will help you find what you need."
Aug 26, 2015
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"Only one big room ! More are in planning by upgrading the house !"
May 28, 2013
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