Makai Hideaway 600ft from the Ocean Giant Deck/Gameroom

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    $253 avg/night

    Hawaii> Captain Cook
    • 3 bedroom
    • 3 bathroom
    • Sleeps 10
    The above is the link to a video if my house.
    Makai Hideaway is quiet and peaceful. Unwind and relax from city life. House is an an hour south of Kona and one hour ten minutes south of the Kona airport. It is one hour ten minutes to volcano from the house. shop before you come as nearest grocery store is 25 minutes away.Two bedroom with multiple beds, three baths, We are in a lovely location with outstanding ocean views and nearby water sports! Descend a paved road 12 minutes to the house from mile marker 89 and enjoy what I believe are the best views on the island!. A large Lanai runs the length of the house for dolphin and whale watching. Have dinner on a beautiful 600 foot Lanai and watch the incredible sunsets and enjoy coastal breezes. There are many fans in the house but there isn't air conditioning. Go one and half blocks to water access for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, scuba diving and fishing. Also,it's great to walk around the neighborhood. Bedwise, there is a king bed in the master and one queen beds in the house and one queen sleeper sofa plus a futon.There is a foldout mattress plus an airbed mattress in the toy closet. Also, there is an ocean view from the kitchen and you can sit on the couch and see the ocean. Sunsets are phenomenal and different every night. There is a barbecue on top deck. There's a king bed in the upstairs master! There is a washer and dryer in the gameroom and extra small fridge by the tiki bar. the nearest grocery store is 25 minutes away so many travelers stop at Costco as it is by the Kona airport on the way down. There is a supermarket at mile marker 77 and gas station, too.House is a good hour ten south of airport at mile marker 89. The views of the Pacific ocean are sensational and I never get tried of seeing as I descend from 1200 feet to sea level. Please conserve on water and electricity as Hawaii has the nations top rates. There's a nice ocean breeze often at the house but there isn't AC at the house nor do most homeowners in Hawaii have it. We saw a turtle the size of a volkswagon off one of the cliffs in the area and the snorkeling at the swimming hole is great! The swimming hole is a two minute walk away- go to Kai street and turn right. This is where you put in the kayaks or take them into the village of Milolii. There is internet and Netflix so the TV is great! My favorite thing is reading a book on the chaise lounge on the deck...

    Registration Number: GE-053-302-6816-01, TA-053-302-6816-01

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    Dec 21, 2023
    We enjoyed our stay very much! Perfect way to spend a week away from reality of everyday life. Highly recommend. As others mentioned, be careful on the winding road.
    Neil B.
    Dec 05, 2023
    Quiet neighborhood. House had lots of toys and amenities. Very relaxing and enjoyable stay
    Scott R.
    Jun 08, 2023
    Great location, great property, close to the water and many other locations we had planned. Host was fantastic!

    Jan 31, 2023
    We used the house as a home base to explore the island on many excursions. The highlight was watching/hearing the ocean and waves from the deck while eating breakfast each day, then soaking up the ocean sounds at night under the stars. Very comfortable accommodations with superb house host who is informative and friendly with a love for Hawaii.
    Julia T.
    Jan 26, 2023
    The Makai Hideaway is a gem. It is well-equipped and worked well for our family (three generations). There are a numerous personal touches, and Cheryl is a very conscientious and responsive host. She has left guidebooks, information and even her own top 10 list. There is a lot to see and do on the island, so we did a lot of day trips. Everyone appreciated the large lanai, especially in the morning and at sunset. We often had gecko guests (very cute). The kids (teenagers) loved having their own space and their own beds on the lower level, especially after staying in more crowded accommodations earlier in the trip. Do make sure you read the listing carefully as the access to the lower is external- Cheryl is very open about this and it was fine for us but it would not work for everyone. The “swimming hole” nearby proved to be an excellent spot for snorkeling- on par with many more well-known places- though we could only go toward to end of our stay as the waves were too rough initially. Worth a special mention: We bought mac nuts in their shells from a stand on the road down to the house, and everyone loved cracking and eating these.