About this listing
This rustic and cozy cabin sits on our 5 acre parcel in the cloud forest above Kona town, called Kaloko Mauka. It has it's own private little corner of the property, complete with secluded hot tub, yard and large lanai perfect for the bbq! Best for 2-3 adults. Loft can suit a child or two 8 years and older. Loft railing is not completely protected for children under 8.
Cozy and private cabin set off in the Kaloko woods above Kailua Kona town. Set on 5 acres, this 600 square foot cabin comes equipped with everything you should need for a Hawaiian vacation! Large studio with queen bed, bathroom, full kitchen, large lanai with gas grill and even a washer/dryer on the side of the cabin. There is a fireplace and a wall heater for cold evenings and another queen bed in the small loft up above; perfect for another adult or 2 children. Owner's home is also on property but set 300 feet away through the trees. This property borders the Ooma Trail which is 1500 acres of native state land. This creates a wonderful ambiance for your getaway!
The rustic cabin is decorated with a country/cowboy decor depicting old Hawaiian Paniolo days. The large lanai (deck) out front is perfect for late afternoon cocktail/bbq time! There is also an additional uncovered deck area great for reading and listening to the native birds. Enjoy a visit from some of our dogs and cats or take a walk to the hiking trail and Mountain Thunder Coffee farm just up the street from us. For larger parties, inquire with us about another 1 bedroom cottage located on the property.
Their own grassy yard and lots of privacy!
Please smoke outside and no pets please.
Hi! My name is Caroline Carson. My husband Scott and I have lived here on the Big Island for 19 years. Originally from Oahu, we decided to move here to start a family and to start our own business. We have 2 children as well as 3 dogs, 6 cats and 5 chickens! We live on 5 acres in one of the most beautiful places on the Big Island called Kaloko Mauka. We are close enough to the heart of Kona, and yet removed from it all up here on the slope of Mount Hualalai. Cooler weather, lush foliage, native birds and hiking trails surround us. Come and enjoy this slice of Heaven!