Patio (2)
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Casacolonialelpatio (3)
Patio (4)

The House was built in the year 1745. After going through different owners, Manuel’s great-grandfathers decided to buy it in 1910, from then on it had been passed from one generation to another. In 2004 a process of capital restoration began sponsored by the Conservation Office of Trinidad, bringing the house to its current state. Manuel started a hostel business in November 2010.
Located in Trinidad de Cuba (the most conservated ancient city in Latinamerica) the house possesses three spacious rooms each one with private bathrooms, windows with a view to the national reference garden – patio. Manuel, the host is also an antique collector so you we’ll enjoy of great marvels well conservated such as lamps and wardrobes. Also dinner and breakfast are offered as services along with the wide cuban cocktailry.