Delightful Artful Bungalow on Historic Estate Property. Choice Holualoa!


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    $199 avg/night


    Hawaii> Holualoa
    • 1 bedroom
    • 1 bathroom
    • Sleeps 2

    A charming 1930-era cottage, with a screened-in sitting area on the lanai, well-stocked kitchen, bath, will sleep two in a comfy queen-sized bed. Perfect for single or double occupancy. Covered parking close by. An outdoor patio fronting the cottage lanai, is a private sitting and dining space amongst the bananas and hundred-year-old mango tree, overhead. Cottage is on the property of an historic home, VRBO listing 495665, yet oriented toward the gardens of tropical landscape. Galley kitchen hosts a two burner gas stove, electric kettle, coffee-maker, microwave, toaster oven and under-counter refrigerator. A hibachi BBQ is stored behind the cottage for your convenience, with briquettes, and a chimney starter. Washer and dryer with detergent, in cottage carport. Beach chairs, beach towels, snorkel gear, body boards are supplied for your enjoyment and convenience.

    Large landscaped yard to explore, with lawns to spread out on and breathe. Pick flowers or fruit, or enjoy the sunset from the adjacent Great Yard. Play with the bocce set, badminton, throw a football or frisbee on the lawn nearby. Or just sit and enjoy the spacious lawn.

    Our coffee business, Kona Blue Sky Coffee Company, roasts quality beans on property in the family's 36 pound Sivetz coffee roaster. A stroll through your garage leads you to the large north yard and to the roast hale (pronounced ha-leh, meaning house, in Hawaiian). Take home fresh 100% Kona coffee to friends and family.

    A friendly dog named Pua, and a social cat, Hobbes may greet you coming and going.

    Hale Akala Cottage is centrally located in Kona. Fifteen minutes or less to beaches, restaurants, shopping, National Historic Parks, and museums.

    One hour, 45 minute drive to the city of Hilo, on the east side of the island. Two hour drive south to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

    Please scroll down the page to Owner Info to view this property's main home listing, or visit Vrbo and look up property # 495665

    **We ask that you please consider NOT purchasing single-use water bottles. Our rain fed aquifer lens-sourced Hawaii county water is treated, safe to drink, and delicious! Please consider bringing your beverage flasks of choice, and using them instead of plastic disposables while visiting the island! We all need to use less plastic! Thank you.

    TA-193-208-5248-01 and GE-193-208-5248-01 Hawaii state tax ID#. ...

    Registration Number: GE-193-208-5248-01,TA-193-208-5248-01

     
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    Susan H.
    Mar 21, 2023
    Charming cottage. Pictures accurately reflect interiors. Good for two persons —no more. No oven, but toaster oven and 2 burners. Ice was not immediately available, but we were able to request some from the big house. Kitchen nicely appointed for two. Half-size fridge. The property is large, the gardens and lawn gorgeous, and we were given permission to roam. While we stayed, there were no guests in the big house, and the location felt very private and serene. Honestly, we spent lots of time just chilling and watching the chickens and an occasional pair of pheasants. Our host, Lisa, met us shortly after arrival and was gracious as well as answering all our questions. The view from the lawn to the harbor is amazing. There were lots of toys at our disposal, from boogie boards to croquet set. We were provided with bananas and a bag of the on-site roasted coffee. We picked papaya for breakfast. The drive way is steep and the road above is relatively busy during the day. It can be a bit intimidating to make the plunge the first time. Surprisingly, there is almost no traffic after dark. The night sounds are frogs and the occasional rooster.
    Karla D.
    Mar 14, 2023
    Rustic old cottage with great sunset viewing. Surrounded by fruit trees and tropical growth. Feral chickens and lots of roosters to remind you of morning. Quaint place to stay while enjoying all the beauty of this island.
    Louie F.
    Mar 04, 2023
    Such a lovely property with a beautiful yard and great view of Moana and Kona! Lisa was a gracious host. She made time and showed us around the property and talked coffee at her roasting house. Would love to visit again.
    Zelma Denise and John G.
    Feb 26, 2023
    This is our second stay here. We enjoy the beautiful yard and warm welcome and attention from Lisa. Nicely located for forays toward Kona or Honaunau for snorkeling. Perfect for a single or couple.
    Michelle C.
    Feb 11, 2023
    Property and owner were great. Would stay there again