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"My husband, two young children and I stayed here for a few nights and it was gorgeous. The house is in a fantastic spot with amazing views and it is wonderful to sit out on the balcony or on the lava rock and hear the ocean crashing in. We also really enjoyed wandering around the garden and up and down the lava rocks watching the water and dodging the occasional splash! We watched for dolphins, but sadly didn't see any.
The house itself is very large and the rooms were very well decorated and equipped (the photos don't really do it justice!). We loved staying here and used it as a base to explore Hilo and the Volcano National Park plus some of the beaches down the coast.
Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful home!"
Guest: EmandDaveDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 10, 2015
"My wife and two kids, 8 and 10, stayed here for four nights in July. What a beautiful location, right on the coast, the pictures say it all. We saw many turtles every day right outside, and the waves provided a calm view every morning and night. The house is not air conditioned and there is a breeze, but in July the house can get quite hot during the day. At night it cools down but you definitely need to plan outings during the day. A little gecko lives behind a picture frame and a few insects, but they were not unexpected. We went horseback riding in Waipi'o valley, visited, Hilo's market a few times (buy the white pineapple!), and of course the Volcano. The location is ideal if you don't want a long ride to see the volcano and if you don't want the crowded resorts on the west coast. Overall a nice place and great location."
Guest: Greg I.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 5, 2015
"This was a perfect place to stay in Big Island. Close to the volcano and mountain area still with easy access to wonderful beach areas.
You could feel like home and was a very nice way to relax in the middle of Paradise!
Totally recommended, the house had everything you needed and all was very easy with the owner as well as very well organized!
Fantastic holidays experience and totally recommended!"
Guest: Ester C.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 7, 2015
"This is a prime location, with fantastic sunrise views, access to good snorkeling (the water is warm!), a quiet neighborhood, lots of space, help close at hand, well-equiped kitchen, large deck, BBQ (it's big), and a yard big enough for a large wedding. The place is somewhat dated but is well-maintained and clean. It's off the beaten track - junk food and restaurants are a good ten minutes away - but Pahoa seemed close enough. Check out the Farmer's Market for good local and international cuisine."
Guest: Adventuresome familyDate of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: March 24, 2015