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Bright, roomy bedroom with queen bed decorated in a balmy tropical theme. Large dresser, TV, recliner, double closets are included in this space. Private key lock. Taxes included in fee.

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Ohia bedroom with wall mounted 42 " cable TV

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)


Cleaning Fee: $30
Security Deposit: $100
Weekly Price: $415 /week
Cancellation: Moderate
Permit Number W03161250-01


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

3 nights minimum stay.
From Jan 30 - Dec 31, 2015 the minimum stay is 3 nights.

Ohia room with queen size bed

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28 Reviews

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From Rennes, France · May 2015

From Marina, CA · March 2015
Response from Bernie:

Since only the shower is shared, the guests in the other rooms have their own half baths. They have lots or space for their belongings, only towels are requested to be returned to each room after a guest has bathed to maintain good hygiene for all guests. The Ohia room has the option of placing their personal items in the medicine cabinet in the main shower room. I am sorry is this was not relayed to you. We thank you for your suggestion and we will be certain to relate the use of the medicine cabinet as an option to guests in the Ohia room. I guess being that it is covered by the large mirror in the shower room, we need to tell our guests about it. Mahalo, Bernie

March 2015

From La Center, WA · March 2015

From Swift Current, Canada · February 2015

From Lausanne, Switzerland · February 2015
Response from Bernie:

Thanks for your suggestions. We will try to get better photos taken though most guests enjoy finding that their room actually is better than they had imagined! As for the shower being shared, so far it has not proven to be problematic. Our guests are out and about most of the day. Some prefer a shower in the morning while others have them in the evening. Majority of our guests are from Europe and they are used to shared facilities. I do however make sure that it is kept clean daily as well as all the other shared or common areas. We are working toward adding another full bath to our bnb as well as adding a half bath to the Ohia room. We enjoy interacting with all guests though try out best to give everyone time to themselves. We are still new to this endeavor and are trying to work out all the kinks as our home was not built with a bnb in mind. It has been a blessing though and we hope to continue making it a great place for anyone looking for a home away from home. Sharing the "aloha spirit" with everyone is our main goal. New friends are priceless and we will continue to include everyone we meet as part of our" Ohana" which is the Hawaiian word for family. Tutu's Tranquil Nest means grandma's peaceful home and that is what we want each guest to enjoy and remember. Mahalo, Bernie & Kevin

February 2015

From Donnacona, Canada · February 2015

From Arlington, VA · January 2015

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Captain Cook, Hawaii, United States
Member since March 2013
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
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    Tours of Hawaiis regional plants. Various workshops ongoing throughout year.
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  • Paparoni's Pizza Inc

    Fast service with several freshly made pizzas and salads to choose from. You may eat in or order to go. Wine and beer available to those 21 years and over. Just three minutes away.
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  • Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

    National state park. Historically a place of refuge for those seeking shelter and safety. Minimal entry fee. Park rangers supervise area. Many cultural activities at various times of year.
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  • Mahina Cafe

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  • Hong Kong Chop Suey Captain Cook, Hong Kong

    Nice menu with many options if chinese food is your desire. Huge servings that even Kevin can not consume!
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  • Choice Mart

    Full service grocery store with large assortment of health food selections. Has a deli and bakery within. Within 3 minutes of dwelling.
  • Captain James Cook Monument

    If you like to hike, this is a popular trek. Make sure you have proper hiking shoes and take lots of water with you. Going down is a breeze but coming back is challenging for the novice hiker.
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    Great for snorkeling, swimming to the dolphins in crystal clear blue waters. You might spot Honus (green turtles) here. Just remember that they are on endangered list and are protected by law.
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    Famous for their fresh salads, large made to order burgers and surprisingly spacious dining room. Very deceiving from highway. Large assortment of beer and wine offered.
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    Nice area to learn to paddle board and surf. Many guides available. Water is normally calm and safe.
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    Either a tour or journey there own your own, see the top of Mauna Kea and experience seeing a million and one stars closer than you ever will.
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    You get to swim with gorgeous manta rays during a night dive. Very unique experience that you will fondly remember.
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