Hale Manu of Kaloli Point - Nature Lovers Paradise - Vehicle Rental Available(42 Reviews)
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- Minimum stay:2-4 nights
- Property type:House
- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
About the Property
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6 near ocean! Car rental available!
Affordable quality vacation home listing! Enjoy the trade winds while you view the colorful birds and flora at our home at Kaloli Point, only 17 miles south of Hilo. Our renovated 1980's elevated home has plenty of character with colorful tile and mosaic floors, pine tongue & groove planking, vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams, and colorful ceramic countertops. Home is located on a ½ acre lot with lush flora that includes coconut palms, pineapple and tree orchids. Only a short walk to the tip of Kaloli Point where one can watch the deep blue Pacific Ocean wash up on the lava cliffs while drinking your morning coffee or enjoying a picnic lunch. Full set of ‘Big Island’ reference books provided for planning your island road trips, hiking and palate adventures!
Enjoy preparing your meals in the spacious kitchen using fresh fruits and vegetables available at numerous local farmers markets. Sleep comfortably on high end Serta mattresses. Downstairs bedroom has a queen bed while upstairs bedroom has a full bed with wicker headboard and reading light. High end living room sleeper sofa has a plush full mattress that is extremely comfy. Full bathrooms with large mirrors and hair dryers on each floor. Enjoy HDTV and wireless high speed Internet while seated on our plush full size sleeper sofa or at our mahogany desk, glass topped dining table or breakfast bar. Relax on the lanais and listen to the birds that live around our home. Before you purchase snorkel gear check out what our previous guests have left us. Gear is located on glass table under the house.
NOTE: House truck (97 F-150 ext cab) available for rent to our guests staying 2 weeks or more. Blend in with the locals. Nothing fancy but reliable. 6' bed suitable for surf boards!
Home Amenities Include:
Oceanic Time Warner Cable TV and High Speed wireless internet;
Broadband House Telephone on desk (toll free calls to all 50 states);
DVD player and many entertainment DVD's located on living room book shelf.
Full set of ‘Big Island’ reference books for planning your island road trips, hiking and palate adventures;
iHome iPod docking station;
Folding Teak table and chairs for lanai or yard use;
Hand, bath and dish soap, and shampoo provided;
Bath and beach towels provided;
Hair dryers in each bath;
Coffee bean grinder (NEW), coffee maker and toaster;
Flat top 4 burner electric range/oven;
Outdoor propane 4 burner grill + 1 cooking pot burner;
Picnic cooler provided - great for picnics during your day trips to sites and snorkeling;
High end Serta bed mattresses (Queen downstairs, Full upstairs);
Pull out sleeper sofa in living area with plush full size mattress;
Beautifully crafted Mahogany and Teak furniture throughout home;
Laundry with washer/dryer & folding table located under home;
Clothes iron and ironing board provided;
Well water and solar electric / hot water;
Outdoor shower on back of house for nature lovers!!
Our Texas 97 Ford F150 has retired to sunny Hawaii and likes to show you the sights if you are staying at our home for 14 nights or more. My rates are below the rental rates for late model vehicles available at the airport. My base truck rental rate is $189/wk or $689/month. Turo actually manages my truck rental and additional fees may be applied.
I only rent my truck to my guests so my truck will only be available to you during your stay at Hale Manu. (NOTE: As Turo insures my vehicle rental, they will screen you so if you have a blemished driving record they may not accept your application. ) Mahalo!
NOTE: Hale Manu of Kaloli Point has been listed since April 2011 on VacationRentals.
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HMKP rental home is registered with State of Hawaii.
GET Tax ID: GE-102-024-8064-01
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Member since: 2014
- 1100 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Car Available
- Children Welcome:
- Non Smoking Only:
- Pets Not Allowed
- Wheelchair Inaccessible
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 6
- Bedroom 1: On 2nd level off Kitchen, has queen bed. Adjacent to downstairs full bathroom with tub/shower. Room decorated with dresser, night stands, chair, full closet and mosaic tile floors Bedroom 2: Walk up slate tile tread staircase to 3rd level bedroom with double bed, and is adjacent to full bath with shower. Room is decorated with dresser, clothing rack, night stand, chair and bamboo hardwood floors. ...moreless
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
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- Away From It All
- Sports & Activities
- Tourist Attractions
- Botanical Garden
Local Services & Businesses
- Bird Watching
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Whale Watching
- Wildlife Viewing
Sports & Adventure Activities
- Dining Area
- Seating for 6 people
- Clothes Dryer:
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
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|Dates||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Mar 22 - Apr 18, 2017
2 night min stay
Rates are based on 2 guests; add $9 per night, per additional guest
Merrie Monarch 2017
Apr 19 - Apr 23, 2017
3 night min stay
Rates are based on 2 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest
Dec 19 - Jan 2, 2018
4 night min stay
Rates are based on 2 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest
My Standard Rate
2 night min stay
Rates are based on 2 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest
Additional information about rental rates
- Refundable Damage Deposit $200
- Cleaning Fee $109
- Tax Rate 13.25%
(1) Check-out requests on Thanksgiving (Thursday), Christmas day and New Years day not permitted as we are unable to procure cleaning services for those specific days.
(2) Please contact me or Turo (who manages my truck rental) if you are interested in renting my vehicle during your stay. Sorry but unable to provide airport pickup/dropoff any longer. Truck pickup/dropoff at house only.
Owner's cancellation policy:
Policy available by contacting owner when booking
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Only 31 miles to Volcano National Park where there are many trails including one through a lava tube!
There’s a couple of amazing walks you could take every day here. You can walk the trails along Kaloli Point to view the lava cliffs. Stay far back from the edge as the surf can knock you over - remember never turn your back to the ocean!.
If you want a 1/2 day picnic hike follow the Puna trail at end of Beach Rd to Shipman Beach. Make sure to take a couple of water bottles per person and make sure to wear shoes you don’t mind getting a little muddy. It’s a good hour and a half walk for two fit adults so plan accordingly. Remember to always follow the left-most trail. Trust me, you cannot get lost in these woods. Just keep going until you see a beach and it will be awesome.
Area Dining recommendations:
Hilo Bay Café: It’s as close to fine-dining as you’ll find on this side of the island, complete with prices. This is actually a pretty good place to get a drink.
Kaleo’s (in Pahoa): This was the second restaurant we found that had a Mediterranean bent. Whatever, it also has a cool regional menu with local caught fish, interesting only-in-Hawaii flavor combos, and awesome portions. You’re getting a good value with this menu.
Farm & Markets:
Puna Girl Farms: Do not miss this awesome place. Was once a completely destitute abandoned macnut farm. With 15 year’s worth of love, labor, and pain and it is now a thriving farm dealing mostly with macnuts but happily sprinkled with diverse regional fruits as well. The incredibly warm and open owner, Cherie, is worth the trip to the big island just to hear her story. She’s amazing. Trust us. She’ll have some fruit for sale and chances are her starfruit tree is overflowing and she’ll BEG you to come on in and pick as many as you like.
Maku’u Sunday Market: Go here. Every Sunday. You can find most of your food needs met here as well as some cool local “other stuff”. Treasures to be found here. Great food court too.
Uncle Rogers’ Wednesday Night Market: This is a half-market, half-party. You can purchase beer there ( for PBR… that works..) or you can bring your own with you. You can also get a stone-fired pizza, some lilikoi fried chicken n waffles, some crazy kombucha on tap, etc etc etc. You’ll definitely hear live music. If you know anyone in the Puna area, you’ll probably see them here.
Pools & Beaches:
It’s that beautiful. It’s amazing snorkeling or the most surreal picnic you’ll ever have.
Papalokea - Green Sand Beach: This is one of those places that will not exist forever. South Point Road is located between mile markers 69 70 down highway 111. From there, you can take a left which brings you to a cool parking area from which you walk a moderate 2.5 mile hike up and down some craggily volcanic landscape. At the end of that walk is one of the only 2 actually green sand beaches in the world. It’s, eh… green. It’s pretty nice. The water there is great, swimming is awesome. Also, chances are there is a guy or two with some Polaris off road vehicles to shuttle you there mainly because Polaris rides are pretty fun.
Punalu’u – Black Sand Beach: This is the tourist friendly, definitely going to see a sea turtle on black sand, beach. Amazing snorkeling here. This is mostly a community beach so be respectful of the local folks. Maybe bring some cash and buy their way too expensive cans of coke or something. It’s really the only actual industry some of those folks have available to them.
Year Purchased: 2011
About the owner: Kim & Ted plan to retire to their lovely home in Kaloli Point in a couple of years. Meanwhile we are listing our home as a vacation rental so others can experience Hawaii in a natural setting. Ted enjoys woodworking and has just built a beautiful new lanai off the living room. Kim enjoys playing golf and there are many courses on the Big Hawaii (Big Island Golf Tip: When you play golf on a side of a volcano the ball only roles in one direction!). Kim also enjoys salt or fresh water fishing. We are most proud to have recently become grandparents! We look forward to taking our grandson to the Hilo Ice Cream stand and the 'What's Shakin' smoothy stand in a couple of years so that he can experience all the unique Hawaiian fruit flavors! Ted enjoys tinkering on his antique cars on the mainland. He shipped over his 97Ford F150 a couple of years back and we enjoy driving around the island with the windows down enjoying the freshest, cleanest air in the world! While at the house Ted & Kim like to take 5 mile walks along along the coastal roads and trails in Hawaiian Paradise Park. He also enjoys reading at the homes peaceful setting and plans on writing his 'bucket list' novel there in the future. He also enjoys driving up to Volcanoes National Park for a Ranger tour or listen to a guest speaker in the visitor center auditorium. He also enjoys visiting the Lyman Museum in Hilo where they have guest lecturers speaking twice per month. When not in Hawaii, Kim and Ted live and work in a renovated home built in 1915 in historic Avondale section of Montrose, just west of downtown Houston, Texas. NEW LISTING: VRBO listing 909405: We created a 1 bedroom furnished apartment in 'Hopkins House'. Check it out!
Why the Owner Chose Hawaiian Paradise Park, HI, USA:
We preferred the wet side versus the dry desert (Kona) side of the Big island. The rainfall keeps the area vegetation lush and colorful and supports the large bird population. There are many farmers markets that have locally grown fruits and vegetables. Our home is on a agricultural zoned 1/2 acre property that offers privacy and a peaceful getaway after a long day visiting the popular island attractions.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Our family always preferred vacationing in rural settings where we could enjoy hiking, biking and relaxing in beautiful natural settings. When we visited the Big Island in 2010 we fell in love with the beautiful flora and fauna that varies greatly over short distances and different altitudes (you can travel from tropical sea level to 9200 ft in less than a hour!). The air is so fresh and the aloha spirit of the island residents is infectious!
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Links to more information:
Kaloli Point lava cliffs
Colorful Fauna & Flora on Hale Manu 1/2 acre property
Living room has pull out sofa
South Lanai off 2nd floor living area
Mahogany Dining table seats 6 comfortably. Breakfast Bar seats 2
2nd level guest bedroom with adjoining full bathroom w/ tub/shower
You can see the Mauna Kea World Class Observatories from Hale Manu Kaloli Point
Banyon tree on Puna Trail to Shipman Beach
Only a short drive to world renowned Kapoho Tidal Pools.
Sea turtle on Punalu’u – Black Sand Beach
Kilauea Caldera at Volcanoes National Park not far from Hale Manu Kaloli Point
Waipio Valley is a nice day trip from Hale Manu
Hale Manu Kaloli Point is elevated and oriented to capture trade winds
Driveway to Hale Manu Kaloli Point
Living room as viewed from Breakfast Bar
Spacious open kitchen well equipped to prepare local fresh market foods
work desk & slate stone staircase to 3rd floor guest bedroom and bath
3rd floor guest bedroom with full bed & bamboo hardwood floors
Shipman Beach can be reached via Puna trail that starts near Hale Manu
Endangered State Nene Bird at Shipman Beach
Be sure to bring a underwater camera when you visit Kapoho Tidal Pools
Lava flows towards Pacific Ocean at end of Hwy 130 in yr2013
Kīlauea Iki Trail is a great 3 hr hike in Volcanoes National Park
1997 F150 rental available for guests staying 7 days or longer at Hale Manu.
This listing was first published here in 2014.
Date last modified - Sunday, February 26, 2017
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