100% erstattung für stornierungen bis zu 14 tage vor anreise. 50% erstattung für stornierungen bis zu 7 tage vor anreise.
Perfect and Simple
Delightful cottage. Easy arrival even in the dark due to Lori’s great directions. If you are looking for a low key place away from the crowds, this is a fantastic spot. Yes there is a nice view of the ocean. Yes there are adorable geckos. 10-15 min drive down the hill gets you to the main drag of Kona along the water, gas stations, groceries etc. 5 min drive along the main road is a great breakfast place. Highly recommended. Will definitely try to book this cottage for my next visit.
Mary is a wonderful guest to have. Great communication, quiet, easy going and left the unit nice and clean.
Serenity on the Big Island
Wonderful gem. Clean and well maintained. Enjoyed breakfast and coffee each morning overlooking the bay from the lanai.
Lori has thought of everything from a cooler to the beach chairs to the towels to the umbrella.
Fully outfitted kitchen including new small appliances. Wish we made time to try the instapot.
Thank you so much for hospitality.
Clean and cool, quiet and convenient
We stayed here for three weeks. It was the first place that we have stayed in Hawaii that didn't have at least a few bugs. That was greatly appreciated, by the wife. Everything about the house was immaculate.
While our relatives in Kona were sweltering in mid day heat, we could sit in comfort on the lanai and watch the ships in the harbor. The change in elevation between downtown Kona and the property makes a very significant difference.
The property is in a gated community, so there is no through traffic, making it very quiet. There is a couple living full time in the attached unit. They have to be the quietest couple in the world. The only way we could tell if they were home was if their vehicles were there.
The property is about four miles from Alii Drive, the main artery through Kona. Access to Walmart and/or Costco can be either by a curvy secondary road, or by going down Lakos to the highway, about 15 minutes either way. (Travel on the island is at about three minutes per mile, regardless of the road, unless it's a main artery like the road to Hilo.)
This property is in a working class community, and there are the sounds of people making a living. The road to the house through the development is narrow, but it's only a half mile. People smile and wave as one pulls over to let the other other oncoming vehicle pass. I loved it.
Thank you so much! Your country home was perfect for spending three weeks visiting the big island.So much to see and do.
Anthony and Heather Blake
Great view and sincerely enjoyed waking up to the farm experiance
Our host was very attentive and gave us great directions to the property. The room was very clean and comfortable. Would have stayed another night but they were all booked up!
Charming--- better than expected from VRBO description
One must read reviews and look at the map to know this is a rural place that on your first trip in seems a long way out, but then on subsequent trips the drive is also enchanting. Lori's good directions are definitely needed.
The other side of the carport is a house with long term renters and they are very nice and quiet-(If you see them at all)
The place is very very clean and seems newer. Great bed and sheets.
The high up view is great and we often just moved the comfy chairs to the side in the shade and enjoyed the view or read.
We would give this 5 stars but for something entirely out of owner's control. (This unless the owners-who seem to have neighborhood influence- "explained" things to some neighbors)
Apparently every once in a while a neighbor 100 yards away up the hill likes to demonstrate that their subwoofer can rattle windows for 1000 yards. Everybody has had "that" car role up next to them and the bass drives ya nuts. Well, these type of people have to live somewhere!
OK, with that part over with, if you have a rural bone in your body, one must buy some carrots for both the horses. (owner says ok). Safeway has a big bag of them. Both horses mean a darker mare on the other side of the fence--- to the side and below. And the gelding, in the picture, uphill. The mare (Poloni) seems a bit older so we cut the carrots smaller for her. Chief is a gluten so the pieces can be bigger. We lifted the electric fence and crawled under so as not to take the chance of them reaching too far over and getting zapped. Just use an open hand-- they are so gentle.