Maile House is a restored Sugar Plantation supervisor's home, with three bedrooms and two baths, high ceilings, wood floors, bay window, large kitchen, and private tropical yard with coco palms, gardenias, fragrant mock orange, plumeria, and a large gold tree with a swing. It is furnished with antiques and a collection from old Ka`u Sugar Mill. Telephone and cable TV are provided. VCR, along with a full kitchen and laundry facilities.
It is located next to Pahala Plantation House in a neighborhood with large trees. Walking distance to library, parks, store, bank, swimming pool, gym, and tennis courts. Five minutes to Punalu`u Black Sand Turtle Beach, and 12 minutes to Volcanoes National Park.
Mahalo (thank you) for your interest! If our calendar says we're booked, send us a message and we may be able to set you up in one of our other cottages for the same rate.
Everything was well prepared for our arrival and we found the house nice and clean. Julia was very friendly and responded quickly to all our emails.
One of the most special parts of our trip. Julia even invited us unexpected Christmas dinner with her friends which was fantastic. we are so grateful to have met her and her friends. We really enjoy our stay there and would definitely stay at her place again if I go back to Big Island!
We had a great time during our four day stay in the spacious Pahala Plantation Cottage. As described, it is conveniently located and is a short drive to the Volcano National Park and the black and green sand beaches. Julia and Rob were very responsive to our needs, and made our stay over Christmas a very pleasant one.
We enjoyed our stay in the spacious Pahala Plantation Cottage, which was (as described) near the Volcano National Park and green and black sand beaches.
Julia and Rob were very responsive to our needs.
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Aloha, I am a newspaper and magazine editor who also restores historic homes in our village of Pahala. I host a daily news show online and educational workshops at Pahala Plantation House. I am also involved in a preservation movement to conserve the longest uninhabited coast in Hawai`i, which is along the seashore below our village.