This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Honaunau reviews

  • Pleasant house near Hookena beach

    "The house is at about 1200 feet elevation, so even when it's hot at the beach, there is a pleasant breeze at the house. Large, shaded lanai, 3 bedrooms and plenty of space for 6 people. The house was very clean. The beach is about 10 minutes away by car, a mix of rocks and sand. There is a great poke place within walking distance from the house. The owners are very nice and helpful, answer emails within hours."
    Guest: Tatyana B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 30, 2016
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  • hideaway

    "What a unique place that we loved! Being all screened in, you can really take in the Hawaii air and sounds (bring earplugs, the critters outside are very loud). The private outside area and shower are surrounded by trees, plants, and flowers-so beautiful. I enjoyed watching the sun go down as I took a shower! The space was comfortable, and it was nice having netflix to relax to before bed. Two Step was so great for snorkeling and its so close to the hideaway-highly recommend!"
    Guest: rachel s. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
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  • Peaceful setting and a comfortable home

    "We enjoyed our week's stay at Max's house. The view of the bay, morning, noon and evening is amazing. The quiet with only the sounds of nature is calming. The home is clean, well-maintained and spacious. Our teens loved to have their own rooms and enjoyed playing with the dogs. We spent most of our days exploring the big island: walking down to the Waipio valley, stargazing at Mauna Kea, 11 mile hike to see lava gushing down into the ocean, snorkeling and hanging out on the beaches. It was always nice to come back to the house and the farm. The fridge and TV (with so many channels, though we hardly watched) are new. Beds are comfortable. Hanging out on the lanai is what we did most mornings. Our kids were connected to their school online every single day as they had to submit work. Although it was slow 1-2 days, there was no issue. Be careful of the drive from the main road to the plantation, as the road sign seems to have gone missing. Max was kind enough to come down the road to meet us the first time. He gave us a bag of Kona home-grown coffee, guavas, couple of avocados, and took us around the farm. Airport, supermarkets, beaches, cafes are all close by, albeit you need a car. Don't forget water shoes and snorkeling gear, hiking shoes and some winter clothes if you plan to go up Mauna Kea. We miss it already! Mahalo Max. Sawant family"
    Guest: Avi S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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  • Secluded, private but close to all major island attractions

    "Three of us enjoyed Steve's place very much. The location is perfect, secluded and private but close to the best snorkelling spots, beach and towns. Steve allowed us to collect the ripe fruits on his property ...we will definitely remember the papayas and bananas we had for breakfasts. We also have to thank Steve for very detailed notes, tips and suggestions. We used them when planning our day trips, hikes and adventures. We would definitely book this place again. Victor & Lena Vancouver, BC"
    Guest: Lena C. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 27, 2016
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