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Recent Pahoa reviews

  • The's all about the pond

    "Ahhh, the pond...I could go on about the lovely downstairs unit and it's open kitchen and dining area. Or I could discuss how convenient the location is for just about anywhere on this side of the island, but somehow my mind wanders back to the thermal pond that is all yours. When the tide pools or champagne pond is crowded there is your own private pond awaiting. Yes, it's close to the volcano, lava flows and the vibe of Pahoa; the Makuu Farmers Market, open mic nite at the local Kava/Kombucha Bar or the drive down the Red Road and then there is the pond where you can slide in and float in bliss, undisturbed at sunrise, sunset or under the full moon just steps from the door of the house. There is Hilo Town, and botanical gardens, waterfalls, lava viewing boat tours from Issac Hale Park and there is the pond that rises and falls with the tide and is always calling..... Needless to say we enjoyed our stay and I if I could figure out how to add an additional half star I would. The withholding of the other half star is the bed in the second room is in need of a serious replacement or at the very least a foam topper and pillow top cover. But after that moonlight soak in the pond, sleeping without those additions wasn't a problem! The location is excellent, clean and recently re-modeled, communication was clear and responses prompt from the owners, Have already recommended it to friends who frequent the area. Don't miss the Thai restaurant in Pahoa!"
    Guest: karen r. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 26, 2016
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  • Awesome Cottage

    "Our family of 4 (including 2 kids) had a fantastic time at the cottage. - It is completely surrounded by thick green vegetation. Even the driveway to the main street is kind of hidden such that you wouldn't see any vehicles or people while staying in the cottage or around in the yard. - The colorful birds in the backyard are a treat to feed and watch. Cheryl has a container of bird seed that we could use for the bird feeders. - There is a 2 min hike over a trial from the back yard that leads to the ocean. My kids enjoyed it very much. - We enjoyed our time at the 'end of the road-Uncle Robert's' event on Wednesday evening. Lots of good food and music. - The property is close to the staging ground for the hike to the Lava flows. I rented a bike and was lucky enough to see real hot lava flowing 10 feet from me :) (Note that you can only rent bikes from the staging area here and not the staging area on the other side of the flow in the Volcanoes national park) - Cheryl is wonderful and is very reachable. She dropped by right away when we needed help with starting the washer onetime."
    Guest: Venkata K. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 2, 2016
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  • Hale Haumea Cottage

    "Very clean, attractive, well-equipped cottage nestled among beautiful, abundant tropical foliage. Kitchen exceptionally supplied with every type of cooking utensil needed. Really delightful. Plus: owner available by e-mail/phone to answer any questions."
    Guest: Dawn F. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 12, 2016
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  • Fabulous property, beautiful site - highly recommended.

    "We had a marvelous 5 nights at this gorgeous property. The setting is spectacular -- it’s literally right on a collection of ponds and inlets, with kayaking and snorkeling available literally at your feet. The property itself is beautiful and in excellent condition, filled with beautiful Indonesian wood furniture, and the setting is quite private. We were two families with teen children traveling together, and we had a marvelous time sitting on the beautiful balconies staring at the ocean, snorkeling in the pond, watching the puffer fish get fed, and taking excursions to nearby tide pools, farmer’s markets, towns, as well as venturing out for zip lining, and hiking in volcano national park. We divided our Big Island stay between this property and a hotel on the Kona side, and we loved the mixture of sights and experiences, but this property definitely won the ‘specialness’ award. The kitchen was equipped for all basic cooking needs, and there’s a nice outdoor grill which we put to use. The master suite is gorgeous. There are two other bedrooms upstairs that share a bathroom, one with a queen bed and one with twins. The bathroom they share is spacious, though has only one sink. Downstairs, there’s a separate room with twins, and a fully-plumbed outdoor bathroom (quite luxurious, though not fully waterproof in the rain, and to get there requires walking 20 feet outdoors). Wifi was a little slow (for all 8 of us) but that kept us from being tethered to our devices. The property was very clean, and there were plenty of towels and an assortment of snorkeling equipment to borrow (though for our group of 8, a couple more snorkels would have been a plus). The ceiling fans kept everything cool and comfortable There’s lots to do within a 30 minute drive, but depending on what you’re looking for, it could be a little remote -- there’s not anywhere to walk to to grab a coffee or a meal. The nearest town is Pahoa, about 15 minutes away, and Hilo is about another 25-30 minutes beyond that. But it’s a fabulous base for both exploring and for relaxing and enjoying the views and the water, and it’s a truly memorable, gorgeous property. Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Jennifer M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 21, 2016
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