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Hawi, Island of Hawai'i, HI
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SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE THROUGH JUNE. Special rates do not include breakfasts. Lei O Kohala is located in historic North Kohala, in the ancient ahupua'a division of Puuepa. Surrounded by several na pu'u (volcanic cinder cones), the hillside setting has unobstructed views of Haleakala, Maui across the Alenuihaha Channel. Bordering Parker Ranch on the west, the south and east sides are also undeveloped, giving the vacation rental seclusion and privacy. Puuepa is the site of the ancient Mo'okini Heiau (temple) whose origins date back 1,500 years ago to the first human migration from the Marquesas. Puuepa is also the birthplace of King Kamehameha the Great who conquered and unified the Hawaiian Islands. Decades later, St. Damien became the pastor of Hawi Sacred Heart Catholic Church before taking on his destined work of charity at the Kalaupapa Leper Colony on Molokai. Lei O Kohala is located near the old sugar plantation town of Hawi with its many shops, galleries and restaurants. 2 miles further, quaint Kapaau town is the site of the original statue of King Kamehameha. Continuing on the Akoni Pule Highway, you will end at the outlook overlooking breathtakingly beautiful and inspiring Pololu Valley. To the south of Lei O Kohala Vacation Rental, world class white and black sand beaches are as near as a short 20 minute drive. Up country Kamuela is located 30 minutes away. Kona International Airport is located 50 minutes away. Enjoy your morning complimentary Kona blend coffee on the veranda while as many as 20 species of birds greet you with their songs. Sip your favorite wine on the terrace under the venerable whispering ironwood trees. Don’t be surprised if the curious Parker Ranch cattle come right up to the fence and stare at you! Or if the wild tom turkey leads his flock across the open pasture. Lei O Kohala is located where the rainy part of North Kohala ends, and the arid landscape begins. This climate transition frequently gives birth to incredibly gorgeous rainbows! And blessed are those late afternoons as the setting sun paints the sky with hues of gold, pink, orange and red. On a clear new moon night, step outside, look up and marvel at nature’s incomparable grand display of the Milky Way spreading across the star lit sky. Lei O Kohala is a place of beauty, peace and inspiration. The guest suite is a spacious 816 sf, one bedroom, one bath, living room, study with full kitchen. It is a totally separate unit with its own private entrance. It is so self-contained that you wouldn't think the guest suite was part of the main house. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a bay window dining area. Step through the double French doors and relax on the 34 feet veranda with views of the ocean and Maui. The living room is furnished with heirloom heritage koa furniture and a pune’e (day bed) for lounging. The bedroom is appointed with a luxury Stearns & Foster pillow top queen bed and accented with Hawaiian design quilted pillows. Need internet connectivity? Sit at the Tommy Bahama desk in the study and connect to the free wi-fi or hard wire. 40” flat screen TV. Full range 2.1 speaker system to plug into your iPod. Choice Hawaiian CDs are available for your listening pleasure as are a cooler, beach towels, mats and sand chairs for your beach outings. Since its recent start up in April 2013, Kohala Guest Suite has received wonderful guest reviews, all with 5 star ratings. Come, stay at Kohala Guest Suite and experience the Hawaiian Hospitality as it is meant to be!
Kohala Village Inn - Hawi - Bedroom
8.7 Excellent (107 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Kohala Village Inn in Hawi, you'll be steps from Hamakua Coast and Big Island Eco Adventures 2. Featured amenities include microwave in a common area and a water dispenser. Free self parking is available onsite.
7.5 Good
Pros: Comfortable for our family.
Cons: Hair on sheets that weren’t ours.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The restaurant bars courtyard for a wonderful Sunday brunch with music. Also happy hour having cocktails upstairs in your ocean view lounge.
Cons: Would appreciate drinking glasses in room to use
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Great location for Hawi. Can easily walk to town for dinner, coffee, shopping. On Saturday the farmers market is right across the street.
Cons: Because Hawi is so historical and old that’s the charm, the buildings are single wall construction. It could be noisy if there were a lot of people staying there. They do have quiet signs, but some workers were walking buy our room early 7AM very heavy foot on the beautiful wood floors and talking about their construction project. There was a fire in the restaurant part of the building, so I believe they were working on that. At night it was incredibly quiet which was Great!
Aloha Cottage - Hawi - Bedroom
9.5 Excellent (4 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Located in a lush garden setting and showcasing panoramic ocean and Maui views, Aloha Cottage is set in Hawi, 5 km from The Original King Kamehameha Statue and 7 km from Kohala Historical Sites State Monument. Guests have access to the fruit trees and vegetable gardens at the property. Free WiFi and a seating area are provided at Aloha Cottage. The spacious bathroom offers free toiletries, a hairdryer, and slippers. A fully-equipped kitchenette is provided for guests. A furnished outdoor garden terrace includes BBQ facilities. Culinary classes and farm-to-table meals are available on property. A washing machine and a tumble dryer are available on the property. Guests can go on a hike using the nearby trails. Garden and farm tours are available on site at Always In Season Hawi. Kamehameha Park is 4.3 km from Aloha Cottage, while Pololu Valley is 5 km from the property. Kohala Zipline is 8km away, and Kapaau Village and Mahukona Beach Park are within 15 minutes' drive. The nearest airport is Kona International Airport, 57 km from the property.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Outdoor shower was amazing! Beautiful property!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Everything
Always In Season Farmstead - Hawi - Bedroom
10.0 Excellent (1 reviews)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Having breakfast in the garden looking over to Maui, magic.
"Yoshi's House" was build in the 1940's by Yoshi's Kawamoto, a 3rd generation Puakea Ranch Foreman. This is the original home with period details, hard wood floors, open floor plan and gorgeous views out the many windows surrounding the home. There is a large wrap around deck for relaxing and cooking on the grill. Enjoy Sunset Views year round. There is a queen size bed in the sunroom that is great for relaxing and can accommodate two more people if needed. There is a claw foot tub in the interior bathroom and a huge copper tub for 2 in the private detached bath house. This home has a full kitchen and is wonderful for entertaining and cooking. The beaches are just a short drive away and so many fun activities in Hawi town, just 2 min. from the ranch.
Hawaii Island Retreat - Kapaau - Building
4.7 Okay (14 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Hawaii Island Retreat in Kapaau, you'll be in the historical district, within a 10-minute drive of Hamakua Coast and Kamehameha Park. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Kapaau? This hotel has facilities measuring 1200 square feet (111 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Hawaii Island Retreat is a gorgeous, relaxing, heavenly place to stay. We stayed in the "yurt village," a section near the swimming pool with about five or six little huts along a secluded pathway, with peaceful outdoor showers. (There are also indoor showers, for those who prefer them). The whole property is well thought out: very quiet and tranquil, with stunning landscaping and lots of animal life, including a small working farm and gardens. We took advantage of the library in the main house during the evenings. It was a thoroughly enjoyable visit, and I wish we could have stayed longer!
Cons: There is nothing we didn't like, but we also didn't try the meals, as they seemed a bit pricey. We ate in near-by Hawi.