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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 Volcano reviews

  • Cozy hideaway

    "We rented this home to stay one night during our visit to Volcano National Park. The location is very close to the park, yet tucked away in a tropical back drop. The house was represented as listed on line and offers a "cabin like" feel. We used the spacious kitchen, the grill and the wood burning stove. We appreciated that wood was available for the wood stove since we arrived later in the evening after spending the day at the National Park and were unfamiliar with the area. Since the temperature drops at night, the wood stove helped to keep the main living space comfortable, yet the bedrooms do stay cool. The large dining table was a plus, as well as the open plan family room. We drove from Kailua Kona to visit the park and it was worth the trip! Our group of five adults enjoyed hiking and viewing the volcano at dusk. In addition, we were in awe at how the sky lit up at night. When we arrived at the house, we got out of our cars and looked up and saw more stars than we have ever seen before. The next day we stumbled upon the Thai Thai Restaurant and it was one of the best meals I had on the entire trip. We continued on to Hilo and stopped by Rainbow Falls before heading back to Kailua Kona via Saddle Road. It was later in the afternoon when we started back, but the drive was another cool experience. At one point we were driving through the clouds and as dusk approached, the sky became a mix of pink and blue hues above puffy clouds."
    Guest: D. C. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 4, 2017
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  • Peaceful cottage

    "Fern Cottage was cozy and comfortable. It had everything we needed to explore the Volcano area. We spent several days hiking the National Park and evenings stargazing. You can't beat this view of the Milky Way! We would definitely recommend this location to family and friends. Hope to make a trip back soon!"
    Guest: T. Watson Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 3, 2016
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  • Had an awesome time and enjoyed staying at the cottage. Karen is an amazing host.

    "This is an amazing cottage tucked minutes away from national park."
    Guest: Sam K. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 30, 2017
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  • Most definitely our happy place!

    "From the moment we saw this property online, we knew this was where we wanted to be, and we were NOT disappointed. Mark and Lucretia took care of absolutely everything to make our stay exceptional. From the first communication and assistance to plan our stay, right through to sourcing food for us and greeting us upon our (very late evening) arrival, they were gracious, accommodating and friendly. Hau'oli Place was perfect - even better than the photos! Appointed with everything you could possibly need as well as a whole heap of extras (including a cozy gas fireplace), this little slice of heaven will always hold a special place in our hearts. The bed, sofa-bed and pillows were some of the most comfortable we've ever slept on, the linens were clean and snowy white and the kitchen was well equipped and spotless. When we weren't huddled in front of the fireplace sipping hot chocolate, we were out on the lanai enjoying the sights and sounds of the rainforest on the doorstep. If someone recommends that you stay in Kona - don't believe them - it's hours drive from all the good stuff! The location of this little cottage was second-to-none, as it enabled us to explore the most iconic sights of the Big Island at our own pace as everything you could possibly need and all you might want to see is practically on the doorstep. A 5 minute drive to the Volcano town as well as the Volcano National Park which is open 24 hours a day, 10 minutes from the Volcano Winery (the southernmost winery in the USA), 45 mins from all the facilities of Hilo as well as Kalapana (where the lava meets the ocean), with easy access to Mauna Kea and a multitude of other attractions, this is the place to be. Not often do you hear people return home raving about their accommodation, but after staying at Hau'oli Place you'll be telling everyone that it's THE place to stay on the Big Island, just as we are! Thank you Mark and Lucretia - we'll be back! :)"
    Guest: Johanna T. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 24, 2016
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