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6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
3 Beds
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

About This Listing

The Jungle Farmhouse is a spacious redwood home with oak floors, a huge screened lanai (porch) and is furnished with island art and unique antiques. Surrounded by a lush jungle, the organic farm provides our guests with fresh fruit and eggs too.

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Wonderful sunny front yard with views.

Wonderful sunny front yard with views.

The Space
Property type: House
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 3
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s), Cat(s), and Other pet(s)


Extra people: $20 / night after 4 guests
Weekly Price: $950 /week
Monthly Price: $2400 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
Enjoy a huge 10x20' screened in Lanai (porch)!  A great place for bird watching.

Enjoy a huge 10x20' screened in Lanai (porch)! A great place for bird watching.

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About the Host, Danny

Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Member since October 2010
Response rate: 90% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours

  • Danny
  • Kaleo's Bar & Grill

    One of our favorite places for fresh fish and great healthy food. Great for lunch and dinner and great music too! Families welcome. Make reservations if can.
    Pahoa Village Road Pahoa HI 96778
  • Paolo's Bistro

    The best italian restaurant on the island! Delectable homemade pastas and you can bring your own wine too! Say hello to Chef and owner Paulo who we love. He will come come by your table to say aloha!
    Pahoa Village Road Pāhoa HI 96778
  • Luquins Mexican Restaurant

    Enjoy great wild boar burritos and tacos and some of the strongest margaritas this side of Mexico! Very informal and great for families!
    Pahoa Village Road Pāhoa HI 96778
  • Pāhoa

    We are just 1 mile from one the most unique towns in the world. Walk along the wooden sidewalks of this 19th century plantation village with original storefronts. Enjoy great food and shopping!
    Pāhoa HI 96778
  • Lava Tree State Monument

    Witness the creations of fire goddess Pele at this amazing park just 5 minutes from the Jungle House.
  • Opihikao Dr

    A wonderful scenic drive through ancient lands of Mango trees and Hawaiian ranches and homes. Go slow! Children, families and locals walk this road and you may even see baby wild boar on your trip.
    Opihikao Dr Pāhoa HI 96778
  • MacKenzie State Park

    A fantastic place for picnics with incredible views of the Puna Coast home to whales, honu and dolphins!
  • Green Lake

    A privately owned magical venue that hosts markets, gatherings and yoga retreats. The lake is in a mystical crater with powerful mana (energy) and is open by invitation only and public events.
    HI 96778
  • Pohoiki Bay

    A beautiful, stunning landing place for Hawaiian fishermen and sailors for centuries. Today it is a great place to witness traditional arts of surfing and the gathering of natural resources for food.
    HI 96778
  • Isaac Hale Park

    A great new community park with camping, surfing, picnic tables and grills and there is always a local fisherman offering a fresh catch!
    Kalapana Kapoho Beach Road Pāhoa HI 96778
  • Kehena Beach

    One of the most beautiful beaches in the world and clothing optional. Big surf and rocky trail to beach from road. A great place to spend the day.
    HI 96778
  • Ahalanui Park

    Known to locals as theWarm Ponds this park is a rare thermal heated natural swimming pool heated by madam Pele! Great for picnics and families soaking up the healing powers of the aina (earth).
  • Kapoho Tide Pools

    Some of the best snorkeling in the world can be found here in quiet gentle tide pools filled with fish and honu (sea turtles) and incredible coral formations! Just 15 minutes away!
    HI 96778
  • Cape Kumukahi

    A dirt, rocky road takes you here and you will be impressed by natural coral landscape where many early Hawaiians first landed centuries ago. It is also home to a lighthouse and a thermal heated pond
    HI 96778
  • Kaimu Beach Park

    This black sand beach has been transformed by Madam Pele over the centuries and was just re-born in the past 20 years after Lava covered the original beach in the 1960s. Swimming is not recommended.
  • Kalapana

    Enjoy one of the most remote and magical Hawaiian villages that has survived tidal waves and lava flows. Uncle Roberts family hosts weekly concerts, a kava bar, and market here on Wed. and Fridays.
    Kalapana HI 96778

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