Cayo Bariay Hostal is part of a small friendly community of forty houses where local fishermen and workers at the National Park live. The Hostal is operated by Dr. Jose and Daylen Portelles. Cayo Bariay Hostal has three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom with shower, patio, and a covered front terrace. The patio is fenced for privacy and boast several different types of trees including mango and almond trees. These offer refreshing shade and provide the perfect area to enjoy dinner with family and friends. Main meals in the area are fresh seafood. The “catch of the day” may include many varieties of fish, shrimp, crab, oyster, octopus and lobster! Local beers include Bucanero and Cristal. Both popular with locals and tourists. International wine and beer are also available. The house facilities include a TV, a HDD player with movies and reality shows, refrigerator, freezer. Every Bedrooms have air conditioning. All rooms have security windows that can be opened. The house has 24 hour water service. Guests may cook meals themselves or we can provide a cook and meal service. Cayo Bariay National Park is located next to the house. All around the area you will find fruit trees such as mango, coconut, guanabana, guava, banana, pineapple, lemon and avocado. The park offers two bars, a restaurant, horse back riding, historical aboriginal town and show. Of course no visit to Cuba would be complete without going to the beach. Cayo Bariay National Park has a beautiful natural beach!