ohana from workout/yoga areaOhana view from bridge connecting to deck/breakfast area
Entire home/apt
6 Guests
2 Bedrooms
4 Beds
Per Night
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ohana from workout/yoga area

ohana from workout/yoga area

The Space
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 4
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Cat(s)
Room type: Entire home/apt


Extra people: $25 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $100
Weekly discount: 7%
Cancellation: Moderate


The Space

Our homes cozy ohana will be your home while visiting Kailua Kona and it's local attractions. The ohana has a hotplate and small fridge for your convenience. To help your day get going a continental breakfast will be served between 7-9am on the lanai where you can enjoy the serenity and a cup of James Bean coffee while you plan your days events out and around the Big island.

A full size bed and sofa/bed as well as two single beds in a separate sleeping area allow for up to six people to relax/sleep and recharge your batteries for the next day Big Island adventure that awaits.

Beach towels are provided so that you can relax upon your arrival. Back packs, cooler, fins, snorkels, masks and boogie boards are also included so you can get right to the beach and have some fun in the sun.

Parking available for up to two cars.

We are located a short 10 minutes drive from downtown Kona, the Kona pier (start and end point of the Ironman held in October each year) and the beaches along Alii Drive! The approximate 1000ft elevation offer a comfortable 5-10 deg cooler retreat after a day at the beach.

Area Info

Kona is known for its year round sunny weather daily temperatures ranging from 81 to 86 degrees. World class beaches and dining. Attractions such as swimming with dolphins, body glove snorkel tours, volcano helicopter tours, submarine and glass bottom boat tours are only a few to mention. This is a marine preserve and you can swim with sea turtles, and all the other tropical fish found in Hawaii's waters. Ocean kayaking and snorkeling are favorite activities at this spot. Coffee farms offer tours and samples of famous Kona coffee throughout the rural areas.

Kaahaluu Beach Park 15 minutes away. This has got to be one of the best snorkeling places in the world. It is a pretty, but unpretentious setting. One of the things that makes it good, in addition to the variety of fish you will see, is the fact that it is a really safe place to snorkel. It is good for children, older people, or those who can't swim. traditional Hawaiian Luaus are offered at several locations, and well worth the cost. Everyone should visit the hilton waikoloa village for a full day trip. Free transport to galleries, dolphin quest, restaurants and shops. The Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii has a number of ongoing experiments and applications of ocean technology, all very interesting.

Puuhonau O Honaunau National Historic Park (30 minutes away), or the City of Refuge (highly recommended) gives you the feel for the former way of life in a partially restored 16th century village. You will see thatched huts, canoes, idols, and a temple that has the bones of several Hawaiian chiefs. Set on a peaceful white sand beach. Two Step, nicknamed such because of the land formation underwater, is right in this area, about a hundred yards north of the City of Refuge. It's another fantastic place for either snorkeling or diving.

Hapuna Beach is 30 minutes away but probably as close to a "perfect" beach as you'll find in the state with fine, golden white sand maybe half a mile long and a couple hundred feet wide. It's a fine place for building sand castles and boogie boarding. There's seldom much of an undertow. It has a small snack bar, and showers. Conde Nast Traveler magazine has declared this the best beach in the nation. The beach is about a half an hour's drive north of Kailua-Kona near the 69 mile marker off Highway 19.

With abundant marine and wildlife, Kona remains unspoiled and has much diversity to explore. Activities include Catamaran rides, golf, wildlife viewing, tennis, diving, snorkeling, surfing, parasailing, sport fishing, beaches, tropical garden tours, real submarine tours (highly recommended), hiking, biking, horseback riding, local outdoor markets, world class shopping, sunset dinner cruises, fabulous restaurants, cinemas, museums, boating, sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, helicopter tours, volcanic exploration, dolphin shows, and finding sea turtles on Kealakekua Bay just 20 minutes away.

Interaction with Guests

Continental style breakfast "served up by James between 7-9" gives you opportunity to pick Our brains for your days adventure if you so desire. Coffee farm tours can be arranged at your/James convenience.

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House Rules
Check-in is after 3PM

Keep it clean, respect the neighborhood but most of all HAVE FUN!!
Some beach gear is available for you to use i.e. masks, snorkels, some fins(not all sizes) boogie board, cooler and again all we ask is that you rinse with fresh water after use but most of all HAVE FUN!! To help start your day a continental breakfast will be served between 7-9am on the lanai where you can enjoy the serenity and a cup of James Bean coffee.

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2 nights minimum stay
Ohana view from bridge connecting to deck/breakfast area

Ohana view from bridge connecting to deck/breakfast area

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Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, United States · Member since March 2012

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