About this listing
HALE MALUHIA which means “peaceful home” is an authentic plantation home situated within Pahoa Village proper on a sweeping 3+ acreage full of lovely island flowers and trees. This quaint unpretentious home was built in 1939 and much of its old charm and ambiance remain. Among the foliage is a bomb shelter built by its original owners.
Available is a bedroom which sleeps 2, a bathroom, and kitchen (upon request). Smoking is allowed on the veranda. HALE MALUHIA is close to Pahoa Village, a diverse funky village which boasts a health food store (Island Naturals), two Thai restaurants, an Italian bistro, a popular Mexican eatery called Luquins, two local style cafes (Pahoa Village Café and Black Rock Café), Kaleos which features continental and local style menus, and L & L, a take-out eatery featuring local cuisine In addition, a supermarket, Malama Market is also available. All of these are within walking distance.
County bus transportation is accessible throughout the day and evening.
Activities available include: Thermal pond called Ahalanui (also known as “Millionaire’s Pond), Lava Boat Tours, surfing and body boarding at Pohoiki, Maku’u Farmers Market held on Sundays, Volcano National Park and Hilo, the capital of the Big Island.
If you are looking for a relaxed time, the enjoyment of Hawaii in a country setting, the aloha spirit, and the lush beauty of Hawaii, this is the place for you.
Enjoy the ambience of a rustic plantation house. We have a country home on 3 acres just steps outside of Pahoa village. I look forward to meeting you and sharing a piece of Pahoa with you.
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About the Host, Maring
I have been retired as a principal for 5 years from the Department of Education in Hawaii. I enjoy working on my 3 acres of land in lush Pahoa and visiting my granchildren in Kona and Salt Lake City. I also enjoy traveling, reading and having grand dinners with my immediate family. Hawaii is a fantastic place to live and I hope you enjoy Hawaii as I have. Pahoa is my home; I was born and raised here. Come and make yourself at home!
My life motto is....Carpe Diem - "Seize the day"