Casa Ridel Y Claribel
Pinar del Rio is known as the the mecca of tobacco. Notably, this province harvests the best tabacco in the world; a privileged area for its delightfully colourful and attractive landscape. Viņales, located just 40 km north of Pinar del Rio, has a beautiful array of flora, fauna, rural traditions, and a National Park that gives credit to the Heritage of Humanity, known as Patrimonio de la Humanidad. Here in this small town of rural customs, humble people, and a lush picturesque valley, it's developing an ecotourism of nature without altering the environment, and with the purpose of local sustainable development for the full enjoyment of its visitors.
Our house, located just outside this town, is only a 5 minutes walk to downtown, offers 2 rooms for rent with the following:
1st Room: located on the first floor, balcony, separate entrance, 2 large beds for 4 persons, mini bar, fan, air conditioning, indoor bathroom with hot and cold water.
2nd Room: First Floor, separate entrance, inside bathroom with hot and cold water, 2 beds one large and one personal, sleeps 3, fan, air conditioning, minibar, and the possibility of enjoying a large terrace on the 2 floor
Both rooms from the balcony and terrace, respectively, have a wonderful view of all the valley, swaying palm trees, green hill formations called mogotes, natural fauna, plantations, and drying houses.
It offers food service, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Breakfast 3 - 4 CUC
Lunch 7 to 10 CUC
Dinner CUC 7-10
Locally laundry services, cocktail bars, tour guides to organize different excursions to the National Park; surrounding sierra cave; visits to tobacco and coffee plantations with stories and examples of the cultivation process are offered.
However, most importantly is the relationship between the visitor and the native and the opportunity to flourish a genuine relationship between the rural Viņalera family, their traditions, and island customs.
We invite you to visit, remember, 'my House Is Your House.'
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This page was last updated: 30 April 2013