The SpaceA shack but not rustic! Stay a week or a month. Bring home some delicious coffee from our farm! We have all the comforts you need on a tropical isle. Private porch and patio. Includes Q bed luxe, nice bathrm, ample seats in LVR, Dine in kitchenette or take out. Location off of highway in upcountry Kona, west side Big island twenty minutes of downtown. Nearby convenience store just south is within walking. Several well-reviewed eateries nearby. A Cozy and restful perfection away from tourists but centrally located!
The Cute Hale Sugar Shack 2 is a furnished, 1/1 private, Kona coffee shack in country setting. Garden views with bamboo, jade vine, fruit trees. Queen bed, nice linens, hardwood floors, wireless internet, screen door liners, travertine bathroom, kitchenette with hot plate, micro-convection oven, refrig/freezer, Restful garden setting, outdoor fire pit and lovely rock and water feature, and carport.
*Please prepare in advance upon arrival to pay our state *Hawaii State Transient and General Excise Tax(occupancy tax) 13.24% to your total stay. If staying for greater than 10 days, void this. Please make arrangements by text or phone. Cash preferred, but also credit card, square cash or paypal etc.
More info: At the Cute Hale Shack 2, you will have a nearby convenience store next door OR 2 miles north to larger grocery,(Choice Mart), Ace hardware store and post. We are 3 miles to Kealakekua Bay, Pu'uhonua O'Honaunau,(2-step) City of Refuge state park, and south 20 minutes the remote Ho'okena Beach.
Local eateries: Big Jakes Island BBQ, Mi's Italian Bistro for fine dining, Super J's Hawaiian Food; just south. Farmers Market, North 2 miles on Sundays. Fresh organic salad and a slice of handmade pizza at Patz Pies. Manny's Mexican just across the fire station is north 2 miles. Fresh French press: Get it Here! (We grow our own Kona coffee). Near by are couples massage, hot tubs at Mamalahoa Hot tubs, Hele-on Public service bus, check online for bus schedules. See our other listing: Sugar Shack 3 in the Keei district. Same property! https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39898
3 acre farm plot
Garden fruits and nuts, sometimes visiting pooches, a friendly kitty named PONG. Meli our female golden, Hansi, our Yorkie /houdini, and Macnut, Hansi's son and 'best little brown dog' award for mellow favorite:)
We are on property part time. Full time tenant is onsite. Our phone is (phone number hidden), and (phone number hidden)
Coastal breezes in winter. 1300' elevation. Precipitation anytime in the afternoon primarily. Some ocean views through country fields of mac and coffee trees. 3 miles as the Crow flies 7 miles by car or bike to the ocean front~ at City of Refuge, Kealakekua Bay, and Manini beach.
Definitely rent a car. The 'Hele-On' bus schedules are found online, we are the south Kona area. Nearest stop coming south from Kailua Kona, is at the convenience store called Ohana Warehouse. (within 100 yards of us). Bikes and luggage or backpacks are $1 per piece.
Recycling and your trash can be brought out to refuse cans nearest roadway across driveway up past the wood shop in the cement cubby where you see the dark green trash cans. Food trash and compost (minus meat scraps) can be walked over via driveway to the larger compost heap just south of us. Either place it under the tree(the avocado tree likes to eat)! Or you may find a spot to empty your container in the larger heap! Watch your shoes, they will sink if recent rain.
When departing, communicate your intent arrival times or departure instructions and such. Please leave key and matters in the same order found. Mahalos! Guest AccessWireless internet, water toys, flippers, masks snorkels, boogie boards, chairs, cooler, towels, fire pit, friendly animals, farm fruits in season, walk about acreage. Fresh Kona coffee and Macadamia nuts grow here! Interaction with GuestsOwners on property part time. The NeighborhoodThe Kona Coast has all the sunny side beaches and local restaurants. We are in upcountry Captain Cook. Approx 35 minutes south of the airport and 20 from town, up in elevation(cooler temps and gentle afternoon rains) in the Kona Coffee region. We are in the Kealakekua Bay region, and Ke'ei is the district. Our grounds are home to a few occasional dogs, and a cat named Pong.
Please note adjacent to the Shack 2 is another barn structure, a man cave, operational wood shop. (8am-5pm on occasion). We are also a working farm with laborers picking mac nuts and coffee when in season.
The houses are separate and situated across and down from one another. There is garden space and three acres to enjoy. Seasonal lemon, avocado, banana, papaya, passion fruit (lilikoi) pineapple, and others can be enjoyed and shared. Please inquire about picking and harvesting. Getting AroundRental car required. Inquire about our mountain bikes and helmets for local adventuring. Other Things to NoteOr driveway has water curbs, like speed bumps. Swimming at nearby beaches: check the tides and weather for calm vs. rough waters. Drive to other side is 2 hours. Plan on 4-5 hrs. if circling the whole island. Add a sleep over east side or volcano area (if hiking volcano or kalapana to view lava)!