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Recent Kealakekua Bay reviews

  • A wonderful 2 Weeks

    "My partner and I spent two wonderful weeks in July 2016 staying with 5 other friends in this glorious location. The place is well equipped for large groups and sometimes we used both kitchens to prepare meals. We had lots of balconies to choose from and the top deck was stunning at sunset - a 360 degree view.We solved the challenge of the bedrooms often being through ways in this long narrow house, by using the balconies which surround the house on both level one and two. It really felt like being in a ship. The bay itself was a treasure to swim and snorkel in. Many days the spinner dolphins came in and we swam with them in the respectful way we had been shown - no reaching out and touching them and no chasing them. We just waited for them to come by us which was such a joyful experience. Staying in a hotel doesn't suit us nearly as well as being in this little village with a two minute walk to the bay or the pier. Manini beach close by was great for a sandy entry to the waters. Sylvia was great to correspond with. Thoroughly recommend this experience."
    Guest: Susan P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 29, 2016
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  • Excellent

    "Rick's house on Kealakekua Bay is spacious and beautiful. It is well designed, immaculate and it has everything you need for a great vacation. The old school Hawaiian style beach is a short walk down the road for swimming and relaxing . The house has great views of the bay, sunsets, the surf and even the Captain Cook monument across the bay. The area is full of Hawaiian history and archaeological monuments. It is well located right next to the bay with a great market at the top of the hill and a couple quaint villages near by for dining. I would definitely go back here. Thanks Rick! It was an easy relaxing week!"
    Guest: John W. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: July 6, 2016
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  • Perfect

    "What a great location. Quiet, private and a good jumping off point to see the rest of the island. Victoria was very sweet and welcoming. Highly recommended"
    Guest: Juli A. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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  • We loved our stay and hope to return!

    "We loved our stay at Charles Cope's cottage (Hotel Pa'amalu) - beautiful location and very peaceful. It was hard for us to leave after our 2-night stay. Charles greeted us on our first night and shared a few special places to visit as well as local restaurants. The cottage was very clean and comfortable and perfect for us (we were trying to avoid the condo option) and had everything we needed, including beach gear (snorkeling, etc.) Our favorite spot to relax at the cottage was the lanai, which overlooked a water fountain, attracting so many colorful birds throughout the day. The beaches nearby are beautiful and great for snorkeling. The cottage is located in the heart of Kona coffee country as well as quite close to the Place of Refuge (Pu'uhonua) - a must visit for learning about Hawaii's history and traditions. We would enthusiastically recommend the cottage to our friends and family (which we did!)."
    Guest: Georgina H. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 18, 2016
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