Honokaa, HI, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Honokaa

Bed & Breakfast
6 reviews
Bed & Breakfast
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Wifi
  • Swimming Pool
Waianuhea (cool, soft fragrance, as of upland forests) provides soothing, peaceful, and luxurious accommodations while combining a sense of remote retreat with modern convenience and sumptuous furnishings. Experience our staff’s warm aloha and dedication to your comfort and relaxation. Sleep in comfy, cozy beds with soft to the touch sheets. Be served a full breakfast and fresh hot coffee while gazing at the summit of Mauna Kea. Enjoy a picnic on the grounds or fix yourself a light lunch from our meal and snack bar. Curl up with a good book, watch a current or classic DVD in your room, play a game of checkers. Peruse our little gift shop. Go out for a hike or bike ride, just out the driveway. Come back to your private oasis and soak in the tub or meet up with other guests at the eight-person spa. Schedule a massage or facial. Find company and conversation at wine hour along with delicious wines and pupus. Drive to Waimea for world class dining or have a private dinner catered in your room. In the evening, you’ll find your room tidied and the bed turned down (with a special treat) in preparation for your restful sleep.
cottage
Excellent
7 reviews
1br cottage
    Rainbow Bee is located on our formerly active, 5 acre honey bee farm with lots of fruit trees - cozy and serene with an earthy elegance that you will love. It has two glass sliding doors that open onto a large deck & overlooks a beautiful lily pond. The cottage has one spacious bedroom with sitting area, a country style kitchen area, a dining room and a bathroom. The bedroom itself is about 300 sq ft with a queen size bed, a pull out couch, a small table and chairs, and a TV & DVD player to enjoy a movie after a day of exploring. There is also wireless and cable internet in the room. Rainbow Bee Farm Cottage is converted from the tour/education building of our once active honey farm where for the past 20 years we produced a world famous gourmet honey - Rare Hawaiian Organic White Honey. (We recently retired from and sold the honey business.) If you so desire, Richard ( 30 years a professional beekeeper) can provide you a 2 hour tour experiencing the workings inside a living beehive. Right out side your room. ($60 per couple) Rainbow Bee Farm Cottage is located in Ahualoa, a bucolic country, farming and artisan community. Nearby community includes an award winning goat cheese farm, an estate grown coffee farm that produces the best coffee we have ever tasted, an organic green tea farm, an alpaca farm and an internationally know pottery studio and a blown glass artist studio. With advance notice, we can arrange for you tours of any of these farms and studios. You will love the adorable alpacas or goats, the unmatched aroma of Hamakua coffee and the exquisite landscaping at the coffee farm. Or may be you will enjoy learning the ins and outs of a Japanese tea ceremony. Let us know in advance and we will do our best to arrange for you a memorable experience at one or more of these special artisan farms. We are just three miles from Honokaa, a quaint historic town on the North East side of the Big Island of Hawaii. Honokaa main street shops offer a large variety of creations by local artists and artisans. Several cafe/restaurants in Honokaa serves delicious healthy food made from fresh local ingredients. Ahualoa is a great destination to explore the hidden gems of Hamakua Coast. Honokaa is 12 miles from beautiful Waipio Valley Lookout, the most visited place on Big Island, second only to Volcano. You can walk down the Waipio Valley or drive down if you have a 4-wheel drive vehicle. (Be prepared to do a vigorous hike up if you walk down the valley.) Down in the valley you will see a black sand beach with a stream flowing across the beach out to the ocean. There are often wild horse roaming around in the valley. Waipio is also a great surfing spot. You can also hike to a waterfall from the beach. There are plenty of options to tour in and above this beautiful valley - a mule drawn wagon tour, horseback riding tour or ATV tour for those looking for more adventure. For the energetic visitors, you can also hike down into the valley which is not difficult. The challenge is coming back up from the bottom. A scenic drive down the Hamakua Coast gives you views of beautiful waterfalls and coastline. Historic Hilo town is 43 miles down the Hamakua Coast. Hilo is a beautiful old town that still has centuries old wooden storefronts – many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. A stroll down the Hilo's Banyen Drive is not to be missed. This majestic, banyan tree-lined street at the shoreline of Hilo Bay is known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard & Pat Nixon, Amelia Earhart, and many other important individuals, including religious leaders and politicians both from Hawaii and around the world. These trees have withstood several tsunamis and spread their broad canopies near the edge of the shoreline. It is a pleasant walk under the shade and incredible beauty of these trees and view of the ocean. your stroll can continue into classic example of an authentic Japanese garden that is enjoyed by both locals and visitors. About 26 miles in the other direction (northwest) towards Kona is Hapuna Beach, one of the most beautiful and accessible beaches on the island. Ahualoa is at 2200 feet elevation. In winter time, the weather will be much cooler than you would expect in Hawaii. It also can have rainy spells in the winter. Winter temperature ranges from 60-75 during the day and 50-65 during the night. Summer is the most gorgeous season in Ahualoa. There are lots of sunshine but never too hot. Temperature during is around 70-75 at day time and 60-70 at night time. The occasional showers make the air fresh and the area lush & green. While our cottage is heated by an electric fireplace and we provide plenty of blankets and comforters to keep you warm, we suggest that you bring some warm clothes. If you have time to expand your adventure we can provide you an exquisite place to stay at the most visited place on Big Island - Volcano. You will fall in love with our cozy, mountain, retreat cottage there. Our Volcano Mountain Haven is a wonderful one bedroom cottage located 3300 feet altitude, just 5 miles from the entrance of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. (website: hidden). We will be most happy to host you at either or both of our magical cottages here on the Big Island of Hawaii. And don't forget you don't have to busily run around exploring, you can just retreat and relax in the quiet of either of our two cottages.
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      Located on an estate property on the slope of Mauna Kea at a cool 2400 foot elevation, this 900 s.f. cottage is a delightful getaway. Thoughtfully decorated and 100% solar powered, you may relax, restore and rejoice in nature when you enter this peaceful retreat. On the ground floor are the galley kitchen, bathroom with shower and living area with wood burning stove, covered lanai and carport. Upstairs is the sleeping loft with queen bed and Egyptian cotton linens, bathrobes and slippers. Payment requested in full at least 30 days in advance of arrival, refundable if notice given 30 days in advance. One time cleaning fee of 90.00 Historically a ranching and sugar cane plantation area, the Hamakua district on the green, windward side of the Big Island is the location of Waipio Valley, scenic hiking, countless waterfalls, quaint towns and farmers markets. Hilo, the county seat, is just 40 miles away by car and Honokaa, with art galleries, shops, movie theater and grocery is a short 10 minute drive. Waimea town, home to historic Parker Ranch, is a 20 minute drive on the way to the beaches and resorts of the Kohala coast.
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      Excellent
      10 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe cottage has one spacious bedroom with sitting area, a country style kitchen area, a dining room and a bathroom. The bedroom itself is about 300 sq ft with a queen size bed, a pull out couch, a small table and chairs, and a TV & DVD player to enjoy a movie after a day of exploring. There is also wireless and cable internet in the room. Rainbow Bee Farm Cottage is converted from the tour/education building of our once active honey farm where for the past 20 years we produced a world famous gourmet honey - Rare Hawaiian Organic White Honey. (We recently retired from and sold the honey business.) If you so desire, Richard ( 30 years a professional beekeeper) can provide you a 2 hour tour experiencing the workings inside a living beehive. Right out side your room. ($60 per couple) The NeighborhoodRainbow Bee Farm Cottage is located in Ahualoa, a bucolic country, farming and artisan community. Nearby community includes an award winning goat cheese farm, an estate grown coffee farm that produces the best coffee we have ever tasted, an organic green tea farm, an alpaca farm and an internationally know pottery studio and a blown glass artist studio. With advance notice, we can arrange for you tours of any of these farms and studios. You will love the adorable alpacas or goats, the unmatched aroma of Hamakua coffee and the exquisite landscaping at the coffee farm. Or may be you will enjoy learning the ins and outs of a Japanese tea ceremony. Let us know in advance and we will do our best to arrange for you a memorable experience at one or more of these special artisan farms. We are just three miles from Honokaa, a quaint historic town on the North East side of the Big Island of Hawaii. Honokaa main street shops offer a large variety of creations by local artists and artisans. Several cafe/restaurants in Honokaa serves delicious healthy food made from fresh local ingredients. Ahualoa is a great destination to explore the hidden gems of Hamakua Coast. Honokaa is 12 miles from beautiful Waipio Valley Lookout, the most visited place on Big Island, second only to Volcano. You can walk down the Waipio Valley or drive down if you have a 4-wheel drive vehicle. (Be prepared to do a vigorous hike up if you walk down the valley.) Down in the valley you will see a black sand beach with a stream flowing across the beach out to the ocean. There are often wild horse roaming around in the valley. Waipio is also a great surfing spot. You can also hike to a waterfall from the beach. There are plenty of options to tour in and above this beautiful valley - a mule drawn wagon tour, horseback riding tour or ATV tour for those looking for more adventure. For the energetic visitors, you can also hike down into the valley which is not difficult. The challenge is coming back up from the bottom. A scenic drive down the Hamakua Coast gives you views of beautiful waterfalls and coastline. Historic Hilo town is 43 miles down the Hamakua Coast. Hilo is a beautiful old town that still has centuries old wooden storefronts – many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. A stroll down the Hilo's Banyen Drive is not to be missed. This majestic, banyan tree-lined street at the shoreline of Hilo Bay is known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame" for the banyan trees planted by celebrities, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard & Pat Nixon, Amelia Earhart, and many other important individuals, including religious leaders and politicians both from Hawaii and around the world. These trees have withstood several tsunamis and spread their broad canopies near the edge of the shoreline. It is a pleasant walk under the shade and incredible beauty of these trees and view of the ocean. your stroll can continue into classic example of an authentic Japanese garden that is enjoyed by both locals and visitors. About 26 miles in the other direction (northwest) towards Kona is Hapuna Beach, one of the most beautiful and accessible beaches on the island. Other Things to NoteAhualoa is at 2200 feet elevation. In winter time, the weather will be much cooler than you would expect in Hawaii. It also can have rainy spells in the winter. Winter temperature ranges from 60-75 during the day and 50-65 during the night. Summer is the most gorgeous season in Ahualoa. There are lots of sunshine but never too hot. Temperature during is around 70-75 at day time and 60-70 at night time. The occasional showers make the air fresh and the area lush & green. While the cottage is heated by an electric fireplace and we provide plenty of blankets and comforters to keep you warm, we suggest that you bring some warm clothes. If you have time to expand your adventure we can provide you an exquisite place to stay at the most visited place on Big Island - Volcano. You will fall in love with our cozy, mountain, retreat cottage there. Our Volcano Mountain Haven is a wonderful one bedroom cottage located 3300 feet altitude, just 5 miles from the entrance of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1783243. We will be most happy to host you at either or both of our magical cottages here on the Big Island of Hawaii. And don't forget you don't have to busily run around exploring, you can just retreat and relax in the quiet of either of our two cottages.
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      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Gym
      • Parking
      The Space1 Bedroom, quite space in the forest with zen furniture. Lance Armstrong said "Old Mamalahoa HWY is one of the top 5 finest roads I've ridden. A must see!" Our street is one of the best in the World! It's perfect to get away from the city and be with nature. Relax and rejuvenate! Beautiful forest and bamboo view. You will experience wild life and beautiful stars. Very close to beach and town. Ask for our additional 2nd bedroom you can sleep 4-6 people comfortably. Free Private parking, Free high speed WiFi Cable and Smart TV so you can access your Netflix and Hulu accounts. Kitchenette with utensils and pots for cooking, washing machine. We have a lock on your door all you need is a code for easy check in! You will have your own experience and if you need us we are available. Waipio valley is 20 mins away has beautiful black sand beaches and waterfalls. If you are lucky you will see wild horse and dolphins! Perfect surf spot and Z trail hikes. Our Historic town is only 10 mins away with restaurants and pubs. Lots of trails, orchards, farms, golfing. Beach 69's is 25 mins away perfect snorkeling and beaches. Visit coffee and honey orchards! Best to rent a car we are 1 hrs away from both Kona and Hilo airports, and 20 mins from kamulea airport. We have free private parking included. Experience beautiful Hawaii in our retreat! Guest AccessFree Private parking, Free high speed WiFi Cable and Smart TV so you can access your Netflix and Hulu accounts. Kitchenette with utensils and pots for cooking, washing machine. Interaction with GuestsWe have a lock on your door all you need is a code for easy check in! You will have your own experience and if you need us we are available. The NeighborhoodWe live in a historic forest, Lance Armstrong said "Old Mamalahoa HWY is one of the top 5 finest roads I've ridden. A must see!" Our strew is one of the best in the World! Waipio valley is 20 mins away has beautiful black sand beaches and waterfalls. If you are lucky you will see wild horse and dolphins! Perfect surf spot and Z trail hikes. Our Historic town is only 10 mins away with restaurants and pubs. Lots of trails, orchards, farms, golfing. Beach 69's is 25 mins away perfect snorkeling and beaches. Visit coffee and honey orchards! Getting AroundBest to rent a car we are 1 hrs away from both Kona and Hilo airports, and 20 mins from kamulea airport. We have free private parking included. Other Things to NoteExperience beautiful Hawaii in our retreat!
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      Good
      7 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceSpacious, eco-friendly 3 bedroom / 2 bath home. This is a large home, Tastefully furnished. It is right in Honokaa Town, the gateway to beautiful Waipio Valley, and halfway between Hilo and Kona, on the beautiful Hamakua Coast. In winter, watch whales breech right below, as there is an amazing unobstructed view of the Pacific. Maui can be seen from the house. You are right down from a Farmer's market stand, restaurants, hospital, banks, movie theater, grocery stores, gas, auto repair, hardware, shopping, and much more. Outdoor shower. Old Hawaiian landscaping, large park like yard, perfect for a tent wedding! The weather is near perfect, with the Tradewinds giving a wonderful breeze. Owner prefers weekly rentals. No advance bookings for daily rentals. All rentals are subject an additional 13.42% tax, for the Hawaii transient accommodations tax. The public bus (costs $1) stops in Honokaa, and the bus stop is just a short walk from the house. This is a peaceful house in a tranquil residential neighborhood, at the end of Maile St. Honokaa is a quiet town, there really isn't "nightlife" that you would find in Kona or Hilo, so if you are looking for a quiet, peaceful, family retreat, this is the one for you. Listen to the birds sign as you relax on the lanai, taking in the breathtaking beauty of this property. Throughout the house are works by local artists and photographers. All works are for sale, and FedEx shipping can be arranged for shipping them. Also included for your use and enjoyment are binoculars for whale watching, beach towels and chairs, body board for "surfing" in the waves, ice cooler, etc. Guest Accesswhole house, 0.8 acres of lush landscaped beauty. Lawn is like a golf course. Shade trees, watch whales in season. Interaction with Guestsnone, unless you would like me to also be your guide. The Neighborhoodthe views!! you wont find views like this anywhere else!!! on a clear day you can see Maui. Dec-April watch whales from the window/deck. Quiet residential neighborhood at end of dead end street. Getting Aroundthere is a bus stop in Honokaa, the fare is $1/person, but the schedule is limited. Other Things to NoteThe Hawaii taxes (13.42%) will be collected on arrival. Preference given to weekly rentals. Daily rate varies by season, . 2 night minimum stay. A Cleaning fee of $125.00Added to all rentals, plus the Hawaii occupancy and excise taxes of 13.42%. W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      5 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpacePrivate custom built home on working family sheep farm. Ocean views with private lanai, full kitchen and bath, washer and dryer. Lots of windows for light, air circulation and space to spread out. Write code, a score, your memoirs, paint in the garden. Go into the village to golf, hike in the rainforest park. Go to the beach, horseback ride, stargaze, indulge in fine dining. Listen to the quiet, relax, renew, create. We love our cooler elevation, our tropical gardens, and having a place where work is meaningful and productive. We produce wool products from our flock of Romney sheep and take them to the farmer's market. Our egg laying hen flock (NO roosters!) and two heifer cows complete our farm's livestock. This is a place of non-distraction, color saturation and room to move, think, believe, create. Close enough for lots of activities, and stuffing yourself with world class Pacific Rim cuisine. We have 100% grass fed homegrown Maluhia Farm burgers available for your lanai barbecue.
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      The SpaceStudio cottage is perfect for a couple but sleeps four. Ocean view from deck and tropical view from the side. The fully equipped kitchen has a hot plate,no stove/reg. oven, toaster over, full size refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, etc. Free WiFi, DirectTV service. Excellent location, between Hilo and Kona,best climate on the island, no vog. Walk up to town, daily farmers market on the corner. Washer/dryer, ironing board, iron in laundry room in separate builing shared with Blue Cottage Excellent location, private, easy to find. You can walk up to town or a short drive to Waipio Valley, an hour to Hilo and 1 hour 45 minutes to Kona. The famous Akaka Falls is about 20-25 minutes away. The Green studio cottage has a queen size bed and fold out futon sofa, table & 4 chairs. The bathroom has a tub with shower. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven,coffee maker and 2 burner hot plate (no stove/oven). Not meant for cooking large meals. There is a ceiling fan. Air conditioner usually not necessary. There is an on demand water heater. The switch is on the wall near the bathroom door. You will get all the hot water you need in 10 minutes. Please remember to shut it off if you will be away all day and when you leave. Free WiFi, DirectTV service. Please also see our ad for Luana Ola Blue Cottage and Luana Ola Luxury Home Washer and dryer are shared by two cottages and are located in a separate building. Feel free to pick fruit when in season. Enjoy watching the fish in the Koi pond. This in not a B&B, no food provided. There are a few essentials like salt, pepper, sugar, tea, coffee. There might be other items left by previous guests. There is a Smart HDTV with DirectTV cable service. With FREE wireless internet you can use your Netflix, Amazon or other account to view movies, TV shows, etc We live on the mainland but are always available by phone & email. If necessary, our local handyman and/or housekeeper can handle urgent needs. Honokaa is a quaint town with a historic theater that not only shows movies but has live performances. It also serves great sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc. From the cottage you can walk to the farmers market on the corner and numerous shops and restaurants. There is a library and a public pool also. The people are wonderful, very friendly. If you don't have a car, for $2 you can take the bus to Kona or Hilo. Bicycle rentals are available in town and various tours can be arranged. Please don't feed the fish in the Koi pond. Coqui frogs do make noise at night. You will need your own laundry detergent and fabric softener if you plan to use the washer and dryer. We must collect Hawaii Transient Accommodations (TA) Tax of 13.42 % after your arrival to the cottage/before you leave. Hawaii Tax ID #W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Guest AccessWasher and dryer are shared by two cottages and are located in a separate building. Feel free to pick fruit when in season. Enjoy watching the fish in the Koi pond. This in not a B&B, no food provided. There are a few essentials like salt, pepper, sugar, tea, coffee. There might be other items left by previous guests. There is a Smart HDTV with DirectTV cable service. With FREE wireless internet you can use your Netflix, Amazon or other account to view movies, TV shows, etc Interaction with GuestsWe live on the mainland but are always available by phone & email. If necessary, our local handyman and/or housekeeper can handle urgent needs. The NeighborhoodHonokaa is a quaint town with a historic theater that not only shows movies but has live performances. It also serves great sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc. From the cottage you can walk to the farmers market on the corner and numerous shops and restaurants. There is a library and a public pool also. The people are wonderful, very friendly. Getting AroundIf you don't have a car, for $2 you can take the bus to Kona or Hilo. Bicycle rentals are available in town and various tours can be arranged. Other Things to NotePlease don't feed the fish in the Koi pond. Coqui frogs do make noise at night. You will need your own laundry detergent and fabric softener if you plan to use the washer and dryer. We must collect Hawaii Transient Accommodations (TA) Tax of 13.42 % after your arrival to the cottage/before you leave. Hawaii Tax ID #W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
      Home/Apartment
      Good
      12 reviews
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      The SpaceMauka B & B is 400 square feet studio with a private entrance and a private bath. Which includes a kitchenette with a microwave, refrigerator , toaster, toaster oven and a hotplate. Direct TV and Wi-Fi. You should expect peace and Quiet! However we are not too far from the Town of Honoka'a where you can find restaurant's and shops Guest AccessA BBQ grill is available The NeighborhoodNeighbors here are friendly but are not really close by Getting AroundThere is a bus stop located in Honoka'a town which is located 10 minutes down the road Other Things to NoteLocated near by is Kalopa State Park with 100 acres of native rain forest and nature trails with native plants and wildlife
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      The SpaceExperience old Hawaii in this large plantation home. You have 1 or 2 bedrooms in your own "wing" of the house, with its' own bath, close the door to that wing for privacy. Paauhau is called the "Land of Sunshine" but it is on the lush east shore, and the Tradewinds provide a wonderful breeze. In winter, whales can be seen from the large lanai. This home was built in 1920, and it has all the charm of that era, 12 foot ceilings, large rooms, a huge covered lanai (porch). Located 2 miles from Honokaa, where you have restaurants, shopping, hospital, grocery, banks, theater, and much more. But, no nightlife this side, this is for those who like peace and tranquility- with an amazing view. Price is for 1 bedroom, both bedroom go for $191.68, these prices includes the 13.42% Hawaii transient guest tax. Guest AccessBesides your private wing, you have access to the living/dining areas, kitchen, lanai, deck, beautiful grounds. Fruit trees. Interaction with Guestsas much or as little as you like. I could even be your island tour guide. I have a large dog, Archie is very friendly. The NeighborhoodThis is "old Hawaii" a former sugar cane camp, this was the social hall for the managers. Getting AroundThere is a public bus, but I don't recommend it. Other Things to Note$99/NIGHT FOR ONE BEDROOM single occupancy . BOTH BEDROOMS for $175. Single in each room. Additonal guests $25 each. Max 4 guests total. the Hawaii occupancy tax of 13.42% will be collected on arrival. W (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      Good
      3 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      37 reviews
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      The SpacePrivate studio includes a private entrance, bathroom and deck. Custom-made wood furniture - queen bed frame (comfy tempurpedic mattress), end tables, reading lights, and armoir. Room has tv and several dvd options, wall fireplace (gas) and mini-fridge. Our place is solar-powered, eco-friendly and full of Aloha! Outside: Unique upcountry (1800 foot elevation) park-like two acres with bananas growing just off your deck, unique settings "just to bed," look at the serene natural surroundings and entertaining wild-life like wild turkeys. Guest AccessPrivate entrance to studio "apartment." Road to the house is gravel and at top of the private, serene road. Interaction with GuestsAs needed or desired. The NeighborhoodPeaceful rural setting. Getting AroundA car is a must. Other Things to NoteHawaii Tax ID Number W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Please telephone for more information.
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      The SpaceOur hand built house is comfortable and homey, situated on a park like 5 acres. Our yard has bananas, avocados, papayas, lilikoi, pineapple, sugar cane and mac nuts, available seasonally. Our guests have a private wing of our home, with a private entrance. The guest wing includes 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a sitting room and my massage room, massages being available by appointment. Guest AccessYour private sitting room has a small fridge, toaster oven and electric kettle, as well as a dvd player with some classic and family style dvds. In the shared portion of the house, we have a pool table, lots of books, games and a gas grill on the back porch. Interaction with GuestsWe love to tell people about our favourite beaches, hike, restaurants, etc, and enjoy recommending activities based on the individuals preferences. The NeighborhoodOur immediate area is rural and quiet, with lovely talks, ranging from easy strolls to more difficult and longer hikes. We are close to historic Honoka'a town, a great place to explore, see a movie or concert at the Peoples Theatre, eat in one of the many restaurants and enjoy the mix of fun and fanciful shops, boutiques, thrift stores, and local art and crafts. Honoka'a is the gateway to Waipio Valley, one of the most spectacular places on this island, a must see. Getting AroundThere are buses on the island, but it is not the best way to get around, I recommend renting a car. Other Things to NoteOur elevation is 1900', so it can be cool at night.
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      The SpaceWaipio's Piko Hale is very comfortable with all the comforts of home and it is accessible to everything Honokaa has to offer. While the home sits back from the road and is very private, you can literally walk to the grocery, restaurants and shops. Guest AccessWe provide our guests with snorkeling gear, boogie boards, beach chairs, towels and umbrellas. Interaction with GuestsWhile you will be given directions and access to our home without the need to meet us, we welcome you to contact us with questions or needs before and during your stay. The NeighborhoodHonokaa is a friendly historical town with everything you may need from groceries and gas to a swimming pool and nine hole golf course. Getting AroundNo need for public transit in Honokaa - everything is within walking distance. Other Things to NoteWaipio's Piko Hale is a two unit home with the main house (this listing) having two bedrooms (queen, two singles) and a sleeping porch with two additional single beds. The main home has one bathroom and access to another half bath detached from the main home. The studio has its own entrance. This single bedroom and bathroom studio has a kitchenette with all that is needed to prepare meals at home. Our studio is available to rent at a discounted rate for our main home guests with larger parties.
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      The SpaceStudio cottage, fully equipped kitchen, hot plate, microwave,coffeemaker, etc. no stove/oven, toaster oven, full size refrigerator, sleeps 4, handicap accessible, near Waipio Valley, private, walk to town, daily farmers market on the corner, Great location between Hilo & Kona, best climate on the island, no vog. DirectTV cable service, Wifi. Parking in front of deck. Washer/dryer, ironing board, iron in laundry room near the Green Cottage which is up the steps to the left of the drive. Excellent location, private, easy to find. Tropical gulch on one side & great ocean view from the deck. You can walk to town, short drive to Waipio Valley, 45 minutes to Hilo or Hapuna Beach, the best beach on the island. Just an 1.5 hrs to Kona. The famous Akaka Falls is about 20-25 minutes away. The Blue studio cottage is perfect for a couple but sleeps 4. The cottage is beside a gulch with rainy season waterfalls. We also have a Koi pond.The cottage does not have a stove/baking oven. It has a 2 burner hot plate, a microwave, toaster oven, rice cooker, coffee pot, blender, electric frying pan, dishes, etc. No air conditioner, usually not needed. There is a ceiling fan and a portable fan. There is also a portable heater if needed. The toilet has a bidet attachment for better personal hygiene. There is a queen bed and a fold down futon sofa. Flat screen HDTV has Direct TV cable service. With the Smart DVD player you can access Netflix, Amazon, etc. Beach towels are provided Washer/dryer, iron & ironing board are shared by two cottages and is located in a separate building. You will need your own laundry detergent. The garbage & recycling cans are beside the laundry. Feel free to pick the citrus when in season. This in not a B&B, no food provided. Minimum supplies, salt, pepper, some tea, coffee, sugar, possibly things other guests have left that I feel were good, clean & edible. There is also a hair dryer for your use. We live between California and Hawaii so we may or may not be on island when you arrive but are always available by phone & email. If necessary, our local handyman, and/or housekeeper can handle urgent needs. Great little town, friendly people, library, community pool, theater, great shops and restaurants and farmers market on the corner. Tennis and Golf are near by. Beach, Diving, Surfing, Hiking and Fishing are also easy day trips. If you are not renting a car, for $2 you can take a bus to or from Hilo or Kona. Bicycle rentals are available and tours can be arranged. There is an on demand hot water heater. The switch is on the wall by the mirror near the bathroom. You will get all the hot water you need in 10 minutes. Remember to shut it off if you will be out all day and when you leave. Coqui frogs make noise at night. Some people enjoy the sound. Do not feed the fish or the feral cats. Ceiling fan only, air conditioner not necessary, usually a nice breeze blowing. If the cottage feels damp because it has been raining a lot, there is a space heater that warms the place up nicely. 3 day minimum stay and Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT) of 13.42% should be collected after your arrival/before you leave. Check out the Green Cottage. It is basically the same, slightly different decor. We also have Luana Ola Luxury home on the same property. Hawaii Tax ID #W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Guest AccessWasher/dryer, iron & ironing board are shared by two cottages and is located in a separate building. You will need your own laundry detergent. The garbage & recycling cans are beside the laundry. Feel free to pick the citrus when in season. This in not a B&B, no food provided. Minimum supplies, salt, pepper, some tea, coffee, sugar, possibly things other guests have left that I feel were good, clean & edible. There is also a hair dryer for your use. Interaction with GuestsWe live between California and Hawaii so we may or may not be on island when you arrive but are always available by phone & email. If you can not reach us, call Virginia, our housekeeper at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodGreat little town, friendly people, library, community pool, theater, great shops and restaurants and farmers market on the corner. Tennis and Golf are near by. Beach, Diving, Surfing, Hiking and Fishing are also easy day trips. Getting AroundIf you are not renting a car, for $2 you can take a bus to or from Hilo or Kona. Bicycle rentals are available and tours can be arranged. Other Things to NoteThere is an on demand hot water heater. The switch is on the wall by the mirror near the bathroom. You will get all the hot water you need in 10 minutes. Remember to shut it off if you will be out all day and when you leave. Coqui frogs make noise at night. Some people enjoy the sound. Do not feed the fish or the feral cats. Ceiling fan only, air conditioner not necessary, usually a nice breeze blowing. If the cottage feels damp because it has been raining a lot, there is a space heater that warms the place up nicely. 3 day minimum stay and Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT) of 13.42% should be collected after your arrival/before you leave. Check out the Green Cottage. It is basically the same, slightly different decor. We also have Luana Ola Luxury home on the same property. Hawaii Tax ID #W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
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      1br cottage
        Custom built private home with plenty of room for single person or couple to spread out. Lots of windows for light, view and natural air conditioning. Situated on a working sheep farm, the covered lanai overlooks pastures with ocean views. Tuck in to write code, a score, your memoirs, paint in the gardens, relish the quiet, watch the sheep and cows graze. Ready for to explore? Activities and entertainment are conveniently located in historic Honokaa town, an easy 7 minute drive away. In the village are a collection of unique small town shops, specializing in antiques and Hawaiiana collectibles. New restaurants have opened, featuring local cuisine and produce. The historic theater shows current movies and a variety of live performances of music and dance. Fine dining and more shopping are a 30 minute drive away. Or head on to the best beaches on the island with white sand and lovely park areas.
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        3br house
          Peaceful, beautiful, charming home in the style of old Hawaii. Our home is within walking distance to all things Honokaa (shopping, dining, sweet treats too). Boasting relaxation, comfort and beauty; we welcome families and groups, both large and small. The Piko Hale property is situated in warm and friendly Honokaa Town on the Hamakua Coast of Hawaii on the road to spectacular Waipio Valley (valley of the Kings). Our home is safe, private and the location couldn't be better for accessing all things Honokaa.
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          3br house
            Located on the majestic Hamakua Coast, with the Tradewinds bringing the cleanest air on Earth, situated about 900 feet above sea level. Watch whales in season from the house. The view is simply breathtaking. This vantage point provides a totally unobstructed view of the Pacific and Maui island.
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            2br guest house
              Serenity Studio is a quaint two bedroom, one bathroom unit with a fully equipped kitchen, and sliding glass doors leading to the Lanai (porch) with an ocean view. The Mauka bedroom (mountain-side) has a queen size bed and the Makai bedroom (ocean-side) has a twin bed. Kitchen includes microwave, coffee maker, toaster, water purifier, refrigerator, four burner stove, and is fully equipped with dining wear. This unit is artistically intimate & welcoming studio with screened doors to let in the ocean breeze and Mana (spirit) of Hawaii. Amenities include washer and dryer located on the backside of the lanai, free WIFI, and available farm to table meals prepared by the affiliated Big Island Farms and Big Island Table Experice (B.I.T.E.), located five minutes walk from the property. Namaste Center is a healing vacation rental situated on the Hamakua coast where you can truly experience the relaxed lifestyle of native Hawaii while also being situated only five miles from the breathtaking Waipio Valley and three miles from the historic town of Honokaa. The 1.5 acre property has a view of the stunning Pacific Ocean with magnificent colors streaking the sky at sunset and is landscaped with an oasis of tropical plants including lilikoi vines, avocado trees, bananas, cassavas, papayas, orange hibiscus and rare purple taro. The property consists of one main building with (school directors headquarters) upstairs, under which Serenity Studio is situated, and two studio apartment buildings. The center garden square is ablaze with tropical colors, 80-100 ft palm trees, stone bordered gardens, and a soft lawn perfect for kiekis (children) to play on or to set up the lounge chairs and simply enjoy the tranquil view, songs of the birds, and kiss of the warm sun.
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              1br Home/Apartment
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              The Space“Luana Ola” in Hawai’ian means “To be at leisure, enjoying pleasant surroundings and good health”. Luana Ola Villa & Cottages are located on the tropical Hamakua Coast, near Waipio Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii. Imagine watching from your own private lanai (deck) a panoramic, unobstructed view of the ocean, embraced between a Terra Verdeʹ of Hawaii and a never boring, brilliant Big Sky. The ocean reflects the sky that is often shaped by the ocean. The showers are mostly gentle, warm and do not wear out their welcome. And when the trade winds bring a heavy rain, they reward you with a white water river running through the gulch guarding you on the left. The sound of thundering white waters passing you as you eat dinner, read, or lay in bed will make you wish for another strong storm to come by. The sky oscillates between azure colors the Mediterranean cannot have, the grey of passing clouds, and on a clear night you can be tempted to pretend you are grabbing a sparkling jewel from a pitch black heaven. Spend the whole day simply relaxing or visit nearby Waipio Valley, the Big Island’s Grand Canyon with an ocean starting at a black sand beach, or drive 25 minutes to the Akaka Falls, among the tallest cascading falls in North America. Hilo, the Capital, is 45 minutes south of us. Kona is 50 minutes away. Hapuna Beach, voted the best beach in the State of Hawai’i and one of the top 10 beaches in the U.S., is 40 minutes from us. The active part of the Mauna Loa Volcano (the red eye) is 1.5 hours away. Our location is completely sheltered from the active vents on the Island by the massive 14,000 feet Mauna Kea Mountain. The house it self is 3 stories high with the garage on the ground level. The first floor is all open with the kitchen and dining room on one level and the living room and deck down 3 steps. There is also a 1/2 bath and a storage room. The upstairs has the spa bath, shower, etc., the bedroom, a sun room, deck, laundry area and closet. Plus a small office area with desk and printer/copier which you are welcome to use to print your boarding passes. Both toilets have a bidet attachment for better personal hygiene. There is not a lot of privacy between the bedroom area and the sun room. Anyone sleeping on the bamboo day beds must past the master bed to get to the bathroom. The Endless Wave pool is behind the house. It is solar heater and can be used with or without the wave function. Hawaii taxes of 13.42% must be collected after you arrive and can be deposited in our Bank of Hawaii account or leave cash or check on the table when you leave. Come visit us and enjoy the view. Guest AccessGuests have the whole house and Endless Wave pool to themselves. The pool is behind the house and is very private. We reserve the garage for our personal use. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the mainland but are always available by phone or email. We have a housekeeper (Virginia Stephens (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) who lives nearby and a handy man (Roger Byrnes (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) who can help if a need arises. The NeighborhoodThe house is on a very quiet street in the historic Town of Honokaa. You can walk to a farmer's market on the corner, visit the many shops and restaurants, even see a movie in the Honokaa People's theater. They also have live performances. There is a library and a public pool. Getting AroundIt is best to rent a car if you want to see all the sights on the island but there is a bus that goes to Kona and Hilo. Tours can also be arranged. Other Things to NoteAlthough the house can sleep 6 people, there is not a lot of privacy for those who use the Cal King bed and the bamboo day beds in the Sun room. Whoever sleeps in the Sun room must go through the bed room area to get to the bathroom. It is not good for people who have problems climbing stairs. There is one flight up to the front door, a flight up to the bedroom and a flight down to the pool area. Please do not feed the fish. There is no air conditioner. It is usually not necessary. There are fans and many windows with screens. During the rainy season, if needed, there is a dehumidifier available and small portable heater. We are required to collect the Hawaii Transient Accommodations (TA) and General Excise (GE) taxes after you arrive/before you leave. It is 13.42 % of the total of the house plus cleaning. Hawaii Tax ID #W(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
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              The SpaceOur studio is clean, comfortable and very welcoming. It is attached to our 3 bedroom rental home so you will share parking and outside common areas. This space is private with it's own entrance. Guest AccessThere is outside seating where you can enjoy Honokaa's beautiful weather. There is a washer and dryer along with beach gear that is shared between the two rentals. Interaction with GuestsI live about 1 mile away from our rental home and I'm available to help with any needs. As you near your arrival date, I will be in contact and share my contact information to make it easy to communicate with me. Until then, feel free to contact me via this site with any question you may have. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood and safe and quiet. Getting AroundThe best way to get around Big Island is via a rental car. We do have public transportation via our bus system, but it is a much slower and a less convenient way to travel. Other Things to NoteOur studio is within walking distance to Honokaa's downtown area where there are restaurants, shops, movie theater and a grocery store.
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              The SpaceLocated on 5 acres in a pastoral setting with trails to walk around the entire property. Guest AccessSeparate entrance, this studio is attached but separate from the main house. It has a covered lanai to sit and enjoy the natural beauty and peaceful, serene setting. Interaction with GuestsAs the hosts live in the other side of the home, they will be available to answer questions about the area, make recommendations and suggestions and trouble shoot any issues that may arise. Or for those who prefer their privacy, they will feel as if they are on 5 acres of their own. The NeighborhoodWe are just two miles up the mountain from quaint and historic Honokaa town where unique shops and eateries are available as well as banks and post office. Just a 15 minute drive to Waipio Valley where many a visitor chooses to hike down into the valley or drive to the scenic outlook where many stories of Hawaiian history have evolved. Or visit Waimea, a paniolo town for shopping and 5 star dining just a 20 minute scenic drive away. If you're there on a Saturday be sure to visit the Farmers markets in Waimea for local produce, food booths and where crafters offer their wares. Other Things to NoteWe prefer to bookings of two weeks or less.
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              The SpaceThis beautiful newly renovated cottage has many handcrafted finishing touches, including special features made with locally harvested wood, ceramic tiles and wooden carvings set against the backdrop lush Hawaiian jungle full of fruiting trees and vines and lush tropical flowers. There is a full kitchen space with gas stove, large refrigerator, water filter and a bar for eating inside. There is also a dining space on the covered back lanai of the main house. The daybed/couch is in the sitting area and can provide an extra sleeping space. The bedroom space has a queen-sized bed with an organic woolen mattress for a peaceful night's sleep. The bathroom is a sanctuary featuring a jacuzzi tub overlooking a meditative moonscape mosaic made of stone and glass. Bathroom has a stall shower as well. The ohana is set far enough off of the street that town seems like it is miles away! Guest AccessGuests have access to the covered back lanai of the main house which includes the washer/dryer and an outside dining area. The driveway is also for cottage guests. Interaction with GuestsI am just a phone call away to help answer any questions regarding the house and local activities, shops, and general aloha assistance. The NeighborhoodHonokaa town is a quaint old town bustling with many cafes and lovely shops. Many of the restaurants use fresh local ingredients and have sustainable business practices. Honokaa also has many interesting resale shops where one can hunt for amazing vintage Hawaiian treasures as well as a few upscale boutiques. There is a pharmacy, a small supermarket, the local watering hole, a fruit and vegetable stand, and a local farmer's market right across the street from the Magic Garden cottage on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Honokaa has a great park for kids just a five minute walk away, where there is a new jungle gym and skate park. There are free tennis courts and a local swimming pool also just 5 minutes walk from the cottage. Honokaa is only a 12 minute drive to the incredible, awe-inspiring Waipio Valley, valley of kings. Waipio is quintessential Hawaiian nature: black sand beach, taro fields, waterfalls, and river that will awaken your senses and connect you to the mana of Hawaii. Getting AroundFor staying in town, everything is accessible by foot. A car is a must for getting around the island. There is a Hele-on bus that comes through Honokaa that goes to both Hilo and Kona sides, but with limited timings.
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              3 reviews
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              The SpaceHale Kalopa is short walk from Kalopa Park and only a 10 Minutes from Honokaa town. The 16 x 16 studio has bamboo paneled walls and softly curved plaster ceilings and walls. Off the studio room, the bathroom is clean and efficient with a Japanese style warm toilet seat and a large walk in closet. There is a private outside sitting area surrounded by ancient river stones and abundant flowering plants. Take a hike in Kalopa Park, go to Honokaa for a show and dinner, head off to Waipio Valley for the day, or rest and regenerate in the calm surroundings of Hale Kalopa. Amenities: Kitchenette - Hotplate, toaster-oven, microwave, electric kettle, Britta waterfilter Coffee grinder and french-press coffee brewer Coffee, black tea. green tea. Refrigerator with freezer section Hairdryer and Iron Outside sitting area Outside shower Inside dining area Japanese style warm toilet seat large walk-in closet. Come and stay in the calmness, beauty, and serenity of Hale Kalopa. Guest AccessThe lush area at street level is accessible to guests. Road access and parking allow guests to come at their leisure without interference from hosts. Interaction with GuestsWe are accommodating and friendly and very respectful. Please ask us if you need something. Otherwise, we will allow you to enjoy your stay with the utmost consideration for your privacy. We wish for you, to stay Hale Kalopa feels so at home it will become your second Home. The NeighborhoodOur proximity to Kalopa State Park is a fantastic plus! This is one of the few parks with defined trails and old growth conifers on Hawaii Island. In addition, any needed supplies are available in nearby Honokaa town.
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              Honoka’a is the best located city on the island with the shortest driving times to 80% of the most viewed tourist destinations. This charming 430sqft studio is on the second floor overlooking Mamane Street – the heart of downtown historic Honoka’a
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              The SpaceThe house has 4 bedrooms, two with queen size beds and two with two twin beds in each. There is a full bath upstairs and full bath downstairs. A large living room provides lots of space to visit with family and friends, the purpose of living rooms in the "old days." A large fully functional kitchen allows guests to cook their own meals should they choose to do so. Located right behind The Andrade Building in downtown Honokaa, you are close to a supermarket, many eateries, and stores to delight you in many ways. Guest AccessAll guests have access to their bedroom, living room, kitchen, and up and downstairs bathrooms. A 2-car covered garage is available. Guests may enjoy the backyard area. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be met upon arrival and help will be offered should it be needed during stay. Special arrangements will be made should arrival be very early or very late in the day. The NeighborhoodFor a small town, Honokaa has many spots to delight your interests. Within walking distance are the U.S. Post Office, banks, eateries, antique and sweet shops, a pub, a County of Hawaii swimming pool and large park with jogging and walking tracks. Within 9 miles is beautiful Waipio Valley and 15 miles away, Kamuela, home of the Parker Ranch. Getting AroundCars are rented at the Kona and Hilo airports. A public bus is available that runs through Honokaa. The schedule and where it stops is found under the County of Hawaii Mass Transit on-line. Other Things to NoteThe house has no TV, radio or internet. However, internet access is available outside the house at the end of the driveway and throughout the town. A laundromat is available across the street from Tex Drive Inn called Suds Laundromat. Address: 45-691 Pakalana St. Honokaa, HI 96727.
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              3br Home/Apartment
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              • Swimming Pool
              The SpaceHistoric Hawaiian plantation house 3bedroom, it is newly renovated and restored! On the main strip of Honokaa! Enjoy walking to restaurants and shops in just 5 mins! Free public pool across the street. Keyless entry for 24hrs self check in. Free Wifi, cable, parking and 55 inch flat screen! Guest AccessFree wifi, free parking and free public pool! Interaction with GuestsThe house has new keyless entry so you can check in any time and no key needed just your code! You also have your own private parking. The NeighborhoodOur town has an historic theatre, you get to enjoy latest movies for only $6! Great restaurants and the landing has open mic night wed which you will enjoy! Sea Dandelion has great Vegan food. Hina Raes has great Hawaiin Poke and acai bowls and coffee! Grandmas kitchen has the best breakfast! Getting AroundYes there public transit but I would recommend booking Car since big island is very big! Other Things to NoteThis house is one of a kind!
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              The SpaceBedroom with full bathroom and outdoor deck for watching the sunrise or star gaze. A place where your only foot print left will be those in the sand; as home is 100% off the grid via Solar system. Interaction with GuestsHawaii is such a beautiful place and I am so fortunate to call this Home. I would very much enjoy sharing my favorite places, activities, and eateries with you. The NeighborhoodBeautiful green with winding roads. Banana trees along with other tropical plants/trees make the neighborhood a visual feast. Getting Around7 miles to major roadway that travels to Kona/Beaches (Westside) or Hilo/Volcano (Eastside). Other Things to NoteBetween the beaches, hiking, star gazing from Hawaii's tallest mountain, visiting the only active volcano, scuba diving, bike riding, snorkeling, cave exploring and general site seeing you will really appreciate my fresh air, quiet country setting for a good night's rest; so you can do it all over again the next day.
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              1br Home/Apartment
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              • Pets Allowed
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              The SpaceYour private bedroom is on the opposite side of the house. On your side you have 1.5 bathrooms and an office with a full size futon. You also have private access to the lanai where you can enjoy your morning coffee or tea. Guest AccessYou'll have access to the kitchen, laundry room, and living space. Interaction with GuestsI do work full time at a local high school so it may take me a couple of hours to get back to you. Other than that I'm more than happy to help you with having the absolute best time on the Big Island.