Custom Volcano residence nestled in a mature native Ohia forest with Hapuu Tree ferns all around. A Gorgeous pond to sit by and watch the Koi swim past. A wood stove to relax by and to keep you warm on cool nights. Located less than 10 mins from Volcano National Park with endless hiking and touring. Volcano Golf & Country club and Winery is nearby. A very quiet and peaceful place and Family Friendly! Enjoy your stay in beautiful Volcano! STVR-19-358530 NUC-19-1026
“About 10 minutes’ drive from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is Christopher’s terrific cottage feels a bit lost in the jungle. It’s a very large space, with two sizeable bedrooms, and bathrooms. It definitely has a special feel and is fully equipped with the needed amenities. I found the master bedroom’s bed to be one of the most comfy I have ever slept in. We had a bit of trouble with using the entertainment system, but it did end up working in the end, allowing us to catch up on some Netflix in the evenings. The location is a bit far from grocery stores, so stock up in Hilo prior to your arrival. The local stores are rather pricey and relatively prohibitive in comparison. We would definitely recommend Christopher’s place as a good base for your visit to Volcano or just a nice quiet getaway.”
Wake up to fresh air, beautiful birds, and breathtaking views from this secluded forest retreat bordered by the 22,000-acre Kahauale'a Natural Reserve. Just 10 minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and charming Volcano Village, this luxury studio features a super comfortable king-sized bed, kitchenette, and cozy living/dining area. The perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing and exploring all that the Volcano area has to offer.
“This is a really spacious apartment in a lovely spot super convenient for the national park. We'd originally planned to stay closer to Hilo and are so glad we came here instead - very easy drive for hikes in the morning and super quiet at night. And there are enough restaurants in Volcano to keep you nicely full for a few days too - in particular Cafe Ohelo - have the baked cauliflower, you won't regret it! The space is much larger than it looks in photos, and we had some of the best nights sleep ever in the super comfy bed. Check in was easy, communication throughout was excellent. If you want to see a bit of the eastern side of the Big Island, and you should, you can't go wrong here.”
Completely furnished studio about 6 miles from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Secluded and private on 3 acres. kitchenette, BBQ, queen bed and TV with DISH. Great location for seeing all the sites on the east of The Big Island. Your Price includes a 10.25% Hawaii Tourism room tax and 4.25 general exise tax.
“Bring you rain gear. It's a rainforest after all. Reasonably close the the park, the last 1/4 mile or so is a gravel road. When I was there the road was rutted with lots of puddles. Dodging the worst of them was an adventure. But wait, a miracle! A few days into my stay, the road had been mostly repaired! Much better. Getting in and out is kind of a pain. There's this gate: drive to the gate, get out and open the gate, drive through, get out close the gate. At least twice a day. It gets old fast. There is no WiFi in the house and my cell service was spotty at best (My carrier is Sprint, YMMV) if you need it, you can walk down to Caleb's place and use his WiFI. I did this a few times, good for sending and receiving emails but you won't be surfing the web or playing games online. Caleb is a real nice guy and a great host, very knowledgeable about the park, the rainforest and the area. As for the place, it's spacious and quite nice, basically a giant efficiency. Decent bathroom and a good kitchen area with a nice table for eating and setting up your laptop (assuming you bring one) and a comfortable bed. A big covered deck is great since it rains a lot. Sitting on that deck in the morning with a cup of coffee watching the rain, yes please! Very relaxing. Parking is right next to the house just a few steps away. All in all I had a good stay. If you don't mind being a bit out of the way and in the rainforest, you'll like it.”