This house is on a dead end road at the back of Mauna Loa Estates, just across from the bustling, but quaint Volcano Village. It borders National Preserve land and boasts trails into Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Our road also has it's own private "lava tube." This is a modern, high-vaulted home built 5 years ago. You will love the modern appliances and conveniences, within the native forest. It is so quiet here, some days all we hear are the birds and the wind.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$20 / night after 4 guests|
|Weekly Price:||$649 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1400 /month|
|Neighborhood:||Island of Hawaiʻi|
This house was a very comforting abode! It is at the end of the end of the road! Super quiet and peaceful! We saw many small birds in the morning in the ohia forests surround the house. It is clean and has a healthy spirit to the land and the residence. It is most definitely filled with aloha!
We were very happy and comfortable. Location very convenient to the park, clean, comfy beds, nice homey ambiance.
The house was really nice and tidy. Although it was raining almost the whole day in Volcano, we spent a great time there. It was also pleasant to have two cats. We would go again to Kai's house immediately.
Nice clean and comfortable. Nice bonus for cat lovers such as myself. For those who prefer to stay away from cats, the kitties are outdoor cats and from the inside you would have no idea that kitties even live there. Kai left tons of fruit for me and my fiance (which we completely devoured) as well as eggs and bagels which was a nice surprise. Great location for those looking to explore Volcanoes National Park and the Hilo side of Big Island. We would definitely stay here again on our next trip to Big Island.
Our stay at Volcano Seclusion was terrific. The house is very comfy and comes with optional cats to cuddle and keep your feet toasty. You are definitely secluded and staying "in the wilderness" really added to the overall experience of visiting the volcano.
Having been for some time living in one of the wettest, most heavily mosquito and coqui-frog- populated parts of the Big Island, I was desperate to find another area on the Island I could escape to that did not have those characteristics. I knew Volcano Village was a possibility and I contacted Kai, explaining my plight. She couldn’t have been nicer and alerted me as soon as there was an opening.
The minute I drove onto the property, I knew that I’d lucked out. It’s a simple, attractive and extremely nice, multi-bedroom home. The area is so quiet and peaceful, that I couldn’t believe the difference. The climate is totally different from the rainforest-like area from which I’d come; cooler and a bit dryer - but certainly not arid. It’s surrounded by tall trees and ferns giving it a bit of the feeling of a primeval forest - or as I told a friend a bit like a tropical version of Scandinavia. Kai left fresh water for me, fruit etc. I had full access to the kitchen to prepare food and I was able to focus on my work extremely well (thanks to the high-speed wi-fi.) And there are restaurants and a market within minutes. Oh and the bed in the master bedroom is extremely comfortable.
I feel totally restored and ready to battle the mosquitos and coqui frogs once again - especially since I know that if things become too intense again, I can find a delightful respite up at Kai’s home - (if it’s available!) I completely loved it, felt like I was truly at home and I recommend it highly!