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Big Island Hawaii Beach Apartment Rentals(4)

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  • Sleeps 6
2 - 3 night minimum stay
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$85
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Feels like home in Kona!

5 of 5
This apartment is indeed pristine! beautifully remodeled the init feels brand new. 2 lanais offer excellent views of the ocean. we slept with the windows open and awoke to the sounds of surf and bird calls. Bonnie has stocked the kitchen with most of the items I have in my kitchen at home including a Kuerig with a large selection of coffees and teas! the linen closet had plenty of sheets, towels blankets and beach towels. the location is perfect for exploring the west side of the Big Island. it really is a 2-minute walk to Kahalulu Beach! For fresh catch of the day visit Bite Me in the marina just south of the Kona Kailua airport. Bonnie and Bill are marvelous hosts and we will stay there again!
  • Submitted: Jan 22, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015

What a view!

5 of 5
SK Vacation Rental offers you simple elegance, convenience and comfort--and did we mention the awesome view of Kealekekua Bay?! Experience life on a working mac nut farm (yum!) in the beautiful rural ambience of South Kona. Awaken to the dawn chorus of myriad birds, and fall asleep to the gentle pattter of Kona's famous misty rain (where all that green comes from!). Your hosts Brad and Meris will do everything they can to make you comfortable. (And Brad can give you a lot of inside information on the history and sociology of South Kona). Co-hosts Blackie and Kai will be your best friends if you bring them the occasional biscuit. While in South Kona be sure to: (1) visit Pu'uhonua O Honaunau (Place of Refuge) and snorkel at Two-Step (Honaunau Beach), (2) rent a Kayak from Ehu & Kai's on the bay (follow the signs) and paddle to the Capt. Cook monument where you can beach the boat and snorkel (and if you are lucky, the dolphins will come swim with YOU), and (3) have a down-home Hawaiian-style dinner at the Manago Hotel (we recommend the famous pork chops).
  • Submitted: Jul 23, 2007
  • Stayed: May 2007