BEAUTIFUL RETREAT HOUSE

Cabin - Entire home/apt · Lualualei Homestead Rd, Waianae, HI 96792, United States

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**PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT IN THE HONOLULU AREA, WE ARE APPROXIMATELY 27 MILES AWAY FROM THE HONOLULU AIRPORT**

Our two retreat houses offer a unique setting within the context of our diverse community in a truly restful environment of healing and wholeness. All of our rooms are secure and come with clean linen, towels & internet access. The swimming pool is available for those 18 years and older. Conveniently located on the Honolulu City Bus route.

Comfortably accommodates 14 people. All rooms have single beds and share 2 full baths. There are 11 rooms - 8 single beds, 3 double beds. A microwave & refrigerator provided for your convenience. There are no cooking facilities in this house.

We offer a variety of Organic Foods & vegetables at our Cafe:
Kahumana Organic Farm & Cafe is open Tuesday thru Saturday for lunch from 11:30a - 2:30p and dinner from 6:30p - 8:00p.

Our Retreats are run by trainees in our Hospitality Training Program.

Our hospitality training program trainees learn all aspects of working in the hospitality industry: from custodial, maintenance, hosting, food service, hospitality, customer service, marketing and sales. Many of our trainees come from out transitional housing program which assists families with children to transition to lives of self-sufficiency and permanent housing.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 14
Bedrooms: 10
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 14
Extra people: No Charge
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $20
Check In: 1:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
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Cancellation: Strict
Pet Owner: Cat(s) and Other pet(s)
  • Excellent qualité for the price

    March 2014
  • I was looking for a isolated, relaxing place to stay and this place hit the spot. Also, the cafe on site offers healthy, organic food option for lunch and dinner and provides a free breakfast each morning. If you hang around the grounds at all you'll meet some interesting travelers from varying backgrounds.

    One thing to note though - it is definitely a little tough to get around without a car unless you plan on staying on the Leeward Coast (West Oahu).

    March 2014
  • I travelled to Waianae after a conference in Honolulu to escape the bustle of Waikiki. My stay at Kahumana organic farm was the perfect antidote to the tiredness that had crept up. I had, perhaps, the best sleep in weeks. The staff at the farm were warm and generous and I met a number of fellow travellers with interesting stories. Breakfast was delicious. I spent most of the time during the day at the shore, walking along the beach.
    I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and if Hawaii weren't so far away I would already be planning my return.

    March 2014
  • great place to relax

    March 2014
  • You will love the courteous and helpful people who provide service at this farm-style retreat. But rent a car. Nothing is close enough to walk to. The bus stops right by the retreat but I had a car so I never used the bus.

    Kahumana is not like a mainland farm. I only ever slept over on a farm one time before in my life. My great uncle Rod had a farm in North Dakota. It had a lot of wheat and a lot of cows. The Kahumana farm was more like a great big garden by comparison. The only animals I saw were birds, mostly chickens. The Kahumana farm smells good and looks great, by the way. (My uncle Rod's farm, not so much.)

    The price is the best in Hawaii. My purpose in coming to Hawaii was to extend a job interview trip. I wanted to see the "real Hawaii" -- leeward side of the island -- NOT Waikiki or downtown Honolulu. I wanted to meet working people and check out the prices of leeward side apartments. Kahumana provided the most cost-effective solution.

    I was there seven days. One day there there was only cold water for showers. The rest of the days had hot water. The breakfast was oatmeal and toast and some fruit. I personally don't mind cold showers... and they're not as cold in Hawaii as compared to Michigan, my home state.

    Bottom line: great people, great price, great place... just keep in mind it is a farm/BNB, not a hotel.

    March 2014
  • This is an amazing place to stay. Great location, good views, super comfortable, clean. The food is delicious and healthy. Highly recommend it!

    March 2014
  • This was a wonderful place to rest for a night. They have a beautiful location on a farm that was very relaxing. Room was clean and just fine for one person. There were two bathrooms across from my room with showers and it was never a problem to use it at anytime. Also a nice community kitchen!

    February 2014
  • This is a straightforward place in a corner of the island, which I would highly recommend. Beautiful and uncrowded beaches in a wonderful sourrounding. We arrived just after sunset and had trouble finding our room as never hung a map. But finally one of the "WWOOFERS" helped us and we were happy to have a little house just for us. Breakfast was really good and bountiful.

    February 2014
  • Kahumana Farm is a beautiful place to relax, rejuvenate and connect with the earth and our food! Thank you for sharing this space of inspiration!

    January 2014
  • This place is very beautiful. However, because of an unstable guest....we only stayed for one night. Shauntel was very understanding and worked with me on a refund.

    January 2014
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Our two retreat houses offer a unique setting within the context of our diverse community in a truly restful environment of healing and wholeness. All of our rooms are secure and come with clean linen, towels & internet access. The swimming pool is available for those 18 years and older. Conveniently located on the Honolulu City Bus route.
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