About this listing
You can't get much closer to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. 8 minute drive to the lava viewing area. Starting our 24th year in business. Knowledgeable staff. Storybook setting, historic property. Continental breakfast, freshly baked bread.
Queen bed, private bath and continental breakfast in private unit, first floor of former caretakers cottage. Built in 1931. One mile from Hawaii's Volcanoes Nat'l Pk.
Where do I begin... this is by far one of the quaintest and most beautiful B&B we've been to in the US. Just go visit, you will not be disappointed. Michael is a wonderful host and his attention to detail is very evident at the cottages. From good bathroom reading material to the made-fresh-daily home made fruit bread/cakes, juice and fruit. Every cottage/room that we saw had it's own unique features. The bathroom, at least in the unit we were in, was spacious, well laid out and super clean. The property is lush, green and very quiet. Volcano as a town, doesn't have much to offer, neither does Hilo, but if you're like us, you are there for the National Park, which is awesome and quite literally, a mile down the street. I cannot recommend this place enough. We will be back there for sure!
At this point in our trip, my boyfriend and I had stayed in 4 other places across the island. We stayed in a collection of hotels and B&B's and this place - hands down - was the most beautiful place we stayed in.
We were able to check in early and we walked into the office to the smell of fresh baked bread and clean laundry. The room we rented was fabulous. Very clean. Beautifully decorated. Perfect. Also, Michael must be one of the sweetest men ever! Fabulous host.
If I'm ever back on the island I will for sure be staying here again!
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About the Host, Michael
I will be completing 23 years as an innkeeper this month, July 26! Who would have thought a Leo would last this long in a rainforest.................surprise. I go back to Kentucky once a year to see my family but am filled with wonderlust and the need to explore. Next chapter perhaps.