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    $312 avg/night


    Hawaii> Holualoa
    • 3 bedroom
    • 1 bathroom
    • Sleeps 6

    Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. Who doesn’t dream of coming to Hawaii and staying in an original built Hawaiian home set on an acre surrounded by coffee, mango, avocado, papaya, passion fruit trees and much more! Surrounded by Kona coffee farms and gorgeous Hawaiian landscape, Hale Ka Nui is very peaceful and tranquil. Enjoy your morning coffee listening to the birds in the garden and evenings watching the most spectacular sunsets from the lanai and front living room.

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    Tucked away at approximately 1,500 ft in elevation, just outside of the little village and art enclave in the heart of Kona coffee country, sits Hale Ka Nui; our quiet and tranquil 3 bedroom Artist Coffee Cottage. Visit our charming town of Holualoa and discover local artwork including paintings, ceramic sculptures and handcrafted woodwork. To experience the best of both worlds, visit during the annual Holualoa Village Coffee & Art Stroll in November. Taste exotic Kona coffee blends while you shop for handcrafted goods and meet local farmers and artists. Then make room in your suitcase to take home a bag of Holualoa’s best beans for your trip home. Be sure to check out First Fridays (the first Friday of each month), for a fun evening of live music, shopping and food trucks. A Brief History of Holualoa The origins of Holualoa as an established center begins with the fertile soil and high amounts of rainfall that made agriculture a valuable industry in the area. Coffee, something that Holualoa is well-known for, was first planted in 1828 and remained one of the town’s industries. Beyond coffee, fields of sugar cane were also planted in Holualoa. Many historic buildings from this point in time still exist today as monuments, with interpretive signs to help you learn more about the town’s rich history. The town of Holualoa is often referred to as an artist’s enclave, which means that there is no shortage of art and culture to experience in this small yet mighty town. Holualoa is also a vibrant town with constant celebrations and lively community events for whatever occasion you can imagine. One event that showcases Holualoa’s culture is the First Friday After Dark, which includes art, music, food, and cultural activities to celebrate on a regular basis. This occurs on the first Friday evening of every month. And of course, the town’s emphasis on coffee can’t be ignored; the Coffee and Art Stroll is the town’s annual ...

    Registration Number: GE-144-087-2960-01,TA-144-087-2960-01

     
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    Rob G.
    Mar 20, 2023
    We had a wonderful time, and the house was great! We all loved the outdoor shower, which was stocked with all the products you need to freshen up after a long day at the beach. There were snorkels and masks for the beach, as well as boogie boards for the kids.
    Tom G.
    Jan 28, 2023
    Everything was nice. Older home with a separate basement housing. Three beds with only one bathroom was a little hassle. We could here the residents in basement apartment as I think they were going to airport at 4am. Other than that a great stay.
    James J.
    Apr 23, 2023
    We’ve stayed in countless rentals on and off the island and I would easily rank this as one of the best in its class. The property was clean and thoughtfully appointed with all the amenities you need for a relaxing island escape. Book this home in the hills if you’re looking for something relaxing, away from the crowds and you don’t mind a little driving. After a day of activities you can retire to evening rain, birds and whatever quiet past times suit you. We enjoyed cooking our own meals, the outdoor shower, nice division of space for each person, the covered deck and cozy beds, couch and linens.