A cozy one bedroom, one bath cottage with an open floor plan kitchen/dining/living room is your home base for exploring the Kalapana Coast on the Big Island. The manager and local artist, Heather Wilkinson, lives next door in a two-story house in Seaview Kalapana Estates with her wily cat Kitty Purry and dog Lupita. Heather will be your source for how to get the most out of your stay on the Puna (east side) of the island.
Your unit accommodates up to two persons with a full size bed in the bedroom and a single size futon in the living room. The kitchen is equipped with dishware, pots and pans, etc. and has a microwave oven, coffee maker, gas stove and refrigerator. Brand new state of the art water filtration system so you can drink out of the faucets. We have very recently converted the entire house to solar power. Parking is provided just outside your front door. Wireless internet is complimentary. We have a coin-operated washing machine and a propane dryer. There are also clothes lines available for drying right outside the Ohana in a covered sitting area(URL HIDDEN)The atmosphere in Puna is totally laid back, friendly, and in tune with Nature.
There are locals markets Wednesday night and Saturday morning with the island's freshest produce is 10 minutes down the road at Uncle Roberts Kava Bar. Wednesday evenings another local market in Kalapana welcomes the community with dinner sold by a couple dozen food vendors and live Hawaiian music. Kahena Black Sand Beach is only a three minute drive from the Ohana and many great attractions including flowing lava, warm ponds , snorkeling, surfing, and steam bathing are within easy driving distance down the Red Dirt Road, which is actually paved now. Heather and Lupita invite you to experience a unique lifestyle in Seaview Kalapana Estates.
Important additional information:
The damage deposit is $100, and will be refunded after your departure as long as nothing is damaged or missing from the apartment.
Additional guests are charged $10/night, per person.
Driving distances from Seaview (in miles)
Kahena Black Sand Beach - 1.3 miles
Kalani Oceanside Retreat - 1.5 miles
Kaimu Beach Park - 4.8 miles
Mac Kenzie State Park - 4.6 miles
Free community water faucet on Route 130 - 5 miles
Kalapana closest convenience store with beer & wine,
Wed. Night Market at Uncle Roberts Kava Bar 5-9 PM, with food vendors, Live Hawaiian Music - 6.1 miles
"Outer Space Market" at Uncle Roberts Kava Bar Saturday morning from 7-1. All local produce, food, arts and crafts.
Isaac Hale Beach Park aka The Boat Ramp (surfing) - 7 miles
Ahalanui Park (The Warm Pond) - 8.3 miles
The Steam Vents - 10.2 miles
Green Lake - 10.9
The Tide Pools - 11 miles
The Champagne Pond - 12 miles
Lava Tree State Park- 12.5 miles
Malama Market in Pahoa (closest grocery store(URL HIDDEN)
Also in Pahoa, you'll find: the nearest gas station,
several good restaurants, a pharmacy, two banks,
the post office, a health food store, Ace Hardware
and emergency care. - 14 miles
Maku'u Sunday Morning Market - 19 miles
Hilo, Lowes, Walmart, Sears,Le Target, etc.(URL HIDDEN)Hospital, Lyman and Tsunami Museums
movie theater, Sat. Morning Market - 34.7 miles
Please, no dogs, or smoking in the house. As is local custom, remove your shoes before you go inside. Please respect the property and the contents of the Ohana.
You will need to have your own transportation.
Check in and check out:
Please let Heather know an approximate time of arrival. Check in is by or after 12:00. Check out is before or by 12:00 noon. If you need to arrive or depart outside these house, please make arrangement and communicate that with Heather.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I have lived on the Big Island for nearly 10 years now, and have occupied this property in Seaview for five years. I work as a mural artist and create art work that adorns much of my neighbors yards and homes. I enjoy exploring the Big Island, traveling, landscaping, dancing, swimming with dolphins and making art.