A Mansion in the Middle of Trinidad
Steps from the Viazul bus terminal, facing the Los Beatles restaurant, this huge and imposing colonial mansion belongs to Miguel, grandson of one of the famous historical figures of Trinidad, founder of a cigarette maker La Nueva Era.
The house is composed of large rooms, vaulted ceilings, archways and impressively decorated walls. Walking through this house is a trip back in time.
Along the patio you will find the 2 large, ventilated (one room is air-conditioned, the other just has fans) bedrooms with their private ,en-suite bathrooms.
Meals are served in the back of the patio near the large kitchen. Privacy is assured but the owners of the house are always around to offer tips and suggestions for fun things to do.
Price: 35 CUC per night, per bedroom.
Calle Gustavo Izquierdo (anciennement de la Gloria) 119, e/Piro Guinart (Boca) y Simon Bolivar (Desengaño).
Cell 52 47 42 72