Entire home/apt
4 Guests
0 Bedrooms
3 Beds
Per Night
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Twin cottage dining and kitchen

Twin cottage dining and kitchen

The Space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 0
Beds: 3
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Other pet(s)
Room type: Entire home/apt


Extra people: $23 / night after 2 guests
Weekly discount: 14%
Cancellation: Flexible


The Space

We are a quiet mile off Hwy 11, 5 minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Visitor Center, with 12 acres up against the forest reserve and the National Park. A little private village that we have developed since 1979, and have been operating as an eco-B&B since 1986. Within a couple miles are 8-10 restaurants, multiple gift shops and museums, within the National Park and Volcano Village, not to mention major hiking!

We have 3 cottages, 2 apartments, 2 big houses with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths each, yoga studio and Breakfast Lanai, with small farm (cows, ducks, fish) and native rainforest. Alan does the buildings with fine finish work and Bonnie does the farming and gardening. We operate our B&B together.

Twin One and Twin Two are mirror images of each other. They share a greenhouse covered courtyard with a fig tree and hang-out furniture, so are often rented together. Each has a queen bed in an alcove, and two twin beds in the living area. Each has a kitchen and dining area as well. The lavatory is in a dressing room/luggage space, with the shower and toilet separate.

We also provide a casual continental breakfast buffet in our big, greenhouse Breakfast Lanai, with lots of local fruit, cereal, bagels and muffins, home-made cinnamon rolls, coffee, tea, cocoa, juice. We leave it all out from early morning until everyone has eaten, very informal.

We welcome singles, couples, families, reunions and retreats for up to 35, wi-fi throughout, hot tub, snacks in the Breakfast Lanai 24/7. We line-dry our linens and provide use of washer and lines for guests. Hot water is solar-assisted, recycling bins are convenient, and beds have electric mattress pads, so you can sleep cozy.

We are a favorite place for scientists and researchers as well as college classes and yoga and taichi retreats. We host groups from Europe and Asia but also lots of young people and families from Australia and New Zealand as well as North America.

This is the smallest bedroom in 'Olapa House. It shares kitchen and living room with two other bedrooms. No smoking, no kids unless you are renting the whole house. (We have other units that are better for families.) Be prepared to be a good sharer.

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House Rules

We ask smokers to go outside and away from where others congregate.

We do take one-nighters if less than 7 days to reservation date. Please contact us for early check-in or late checkout, to find out if we can accommodate you.

We sometimes allow pets, in some units, but only by prior permission.

We expect parents to keep control of their children, and will charge for damage. First farm-visit with Bonnie, and never without parent along.

We are famous for giving great sleep, for all guests and our quiet neighbors, and expect our guests to honor that.

TAX NOTE: The State of Hawaii charges excise tax and transient accommodations tax. The effective rate is 13.41%. We include that markup in the rates posted on Airbnb.

Our pets do not go in the guest units.
Our Heeler dog is around and the neighbors' small dogs and cats visit, but please do not let any of them inside. That cute friendly miniature poodle? She likes to dump trash cans...

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2 nights minimum stay
Living area with two twin beds

Living area with two twin beds

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About the Host, Bonnie

Volcano, Hawaii, United States
Member since October 2011


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