About this rental
Private Cottage on estate property/ private bath, kitchenette and covered lanai
Rooms & beds
queen · twin/ single
Toilet · shower
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
No pets - You MUST talk to us about your pets, Please!You MUST talk to us about your pets, Please!
Smoking allowed - Strictly Outside on lanai with all windows closed.Strictly Outside on lanai with all windows closed.
Max guests: 3
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Hosted by Randall Duryea - Reservations ConceirgeAsk a question
About Randall Duryea - Reservations Conceirge
Together my wife and I have many stories to tell... about location scouting for film and Tv, performing in Tv and theater, photo assignments, llama farming, life in New York City, LA, Montana, growing up in the territory of Hawaii, the band, our kids. If you come and see us and care to share some stories....as we say in Hawaii... we can Talk Story together.
Randall Duryea - Reservations Conceirge purchased this Cottage in 2003
Why Randall Duryea - Reservations Conceirge chose Pepeekeo
This is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in all of Hawaii. It is gorgeous here, and we'd love to share it with you! Our place is peaceful... We are on the green and lush side of the island. It's never hot here, never cold, though it might get chilly enough to grab a cotton sweater or flannel shirt early in the morning. The air is soft and full of the smell of flowers. The rivers and waterfalls speak to the rain, the rain responds and the birds and crickets and tree frogs provide the chorus of life all around.
What makes this Cottage unique
THINGS TO DO! LOTS of things to do! Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden and the GORGEOUS Scenic Hwy is walkable from our place along with some eating stops, What's Shakin' and the the 100 year old Low Store. About 10 miles away is the 400+ foot high Akaka Falls and several zipline venues. Hilo itself with its old downtown district is 6 miles to the south. The Hilo Farmers Market is open every day. Rainbow Falls is just outside of downtown. Honolii Beach Park is just this side of Hilo and there are many more coastal swim parks to the far side of Hilo. You can swim with big sea turtles at several of them. Volcano National Park is to the south of Hilo, about 40 miles. There's currently a live lava flow to the ocean with a viewing site about 4 miles from the end of Highway 130. Near by to that there's the Waiopae Tide Pools and the warm ponds at Ahalanui Park. To the north about 40 miles is the remote Waipio Valley, inhabited for a thousand years and best toured on horseback with fantastic local guides. Mauna Kea Visitors Center on the mountain at 9000 feet is still 5000 feet short of the top of the mountain. The Vistors Center is an intro to the astronomy taking place from the 13 international telescopes that are the the top (If you have 4x4 you can tour the Keck Observatory at the top). Powerful optical telescopes are provided for public viewing by knowledgeable docents 365 days a year. If Saturn is above the horizon, it's particularly stunning to see it through one of them. Then... there's the Lyman Museum, the Tsunami Museum, Imiloa planetarium/museum, MokMokupapapa (museum of the other thousand atolls that make up the rest of the Hawaiian archipelgo, the Plantation Museum, the Hamakua Rail museum..... I could go on.....!