Aloha, E komo mai!
Surrounded by mature rain forest, & fragrant foliage, street level apartment has a private entrance, & off street parking. The efficient unit features a small kitchenette, mini fridge, (access to full size) & a variety of small appliances for your convenience. Queen bed, generous closet with shelves & hanging space, small dining set, comfy couch, TV & large table for an office, or whatever, complete the living area. The modest bathroom has a shower only.
**Hawaii State TAT & Hawaii County GE Taxes are NOT included, & are requested with-in 24 hours of check-in**
MAXIMUM stay 5 nights~
Property is gated, gate swings OUT, toward the street, please TRY to keep it closed~Kokua, please respect the property!
Recycle, malama the aina, we try to recycle everything! Receptacles are located in the carport
Garbage can is also in the carport.
The 'outside fridge' is for your use, FYI: bottles taped up are NOT for drinking, for taking up space, for efficiency, or cold packs in the freezer.
Various coolers (& ice packs from the 'outside fridge) are available for use, just ask!
SOME snorkel equipment is available for use, just ask!
ALL food scraps, including coffee grounds, empty to-go containers, go in plastic bags (supplied) in the outside freezer until a dump run!
Ecko, a 9 year old Lilac Point Siamese is constantly patrolling the property, she insists on being acknowledged, & she DOES understand the word "NO"! she may act like she is starving, however, her figure shows that she is well fed, please do NOT feed her, she has allergies AND, inconsideration of future guests, please do not allow her inside! Lani, a 8.5 year old Russian Blue also lives on the property, however, she is EXTREMELY shy, chances are you will not see more than a fleeting glimpse of her...
Quiet Time: 9 pm to 7 am
IF you have any questions or concerns, i am available, text or call!
Born on Long Island, NY, relocated eventually to the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, where i lived & worked for nearly 30 years! Guest/customer service has been my livelihood ever since, from loading you safely into a chair-lift to go skiing, to operating heavy equipment to make the slopes smooth, to serving you a 5 star dinner, to pouring you a cold beer or making a pizza! In 2006 i moved to the Big Island, Puna District. Staying close to my roots, i continued in the hospitality arena, & even ventured into the 'open market' scene, as a vendor.
The Big Island has so much to offer, & the east side, Puna to Hamakuua is lush & green rain forest, a huge adjustment from mountain living!
I invite you to come explore the rain forest, the lava, beaches, waterfalls, coastlines. I have plenty of ideas to help make your visit memorable, just ask!
Look forward to hearing from you!