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6 guests3 bedrooms5 beds1 bath
6 guests
3 bedrooms
5 beds
1 bath
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Great check-in experience
100% of recent guests gave the check-in process a 5-star rating.

Private waterfront house and guest bungalow in cool, tropical rain forest setting. Go native – albeit in modest luxury - in the Solomon Islands. Dine on fresh fish and locally grown organic fruit, vegetables. Includes housekeeper and cook.

We can provide 3 meals for additional AUD $25 per guest per day.


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Entire place
You’ll have the space to yourself and will only share it with those you’re traveling with.


21 Reviews

Hosted by Wendy

Peava, Solomon IslandsJoined in March 2013
Wendy User Profile
21 Reviews
Wendy from Solomon Islands. Small business owner and lives between Marovo Lagoon in the Solomon Island and Hobart, Tasmania with her Australian with her husband Wade.
Interaction with guests
The level of interaction is up to you. The house is sited in forest just outside of the village and people respect it’s privacy, so if quiet is what you prefer, it’s a very peaceful and secluded location. Or if you want to get involved in village life, Solomon Islanders are very…
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a day
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The neighborhood


House Rules

The Solomons is a nation of nearly 1000 islands with over 70 languages so we are a multicultural country and accustomed to people from different islands and places. Guests are warmly welcomed and we understand that people from different places also have different ways.

The Solomons is a very spiritual country and most people are Christian. The first missionaries to our area were Seventh Day Adventists and we have taken on that faith. We respect the Sabbath and on Saturdays the village rests, sings, worships and visits neighbours to eat a prepared lunch. The other 6 days are normal days when people go about their lives and work. As SDAs, drinking and smoking is discouraged, though we respect that guests may wish to bring alcohol, we only ask some discretion please. Don’t drink with villagers, particularly young men. Brief swimwear like bikinis are best not worn about the village, though OK at the seclusion of the house and on the islands where nobody lives.