Casa Colonial – Gustavo & Yalina
AddressFlor Crombet No 125 BaracoaSee nearby area
- +53 21 64 25 36
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Lonely Planet review
This grand house was built in 1898 by a French sugar baron from Marseille, an esteemed ancestor of the current residents. The big rooms lack natural light but have antique furnishings, and culinary treats include local freshwater prawns and hot (Baracoan) chocolate for breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Colonial – Gustavo & Yalina and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Baracoa.
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