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Recent Holualoa Reviews

Christmasberry Cottage - Above the Tourist Logjam

5 of 5
Our stay at Christmasberry was from December 25-Jan 9th 2015. This cottage is nestled in the beautiful Kona coffee farms, at 2200 feet "up country" above Kona. It was a fabulous jumping-off point for our stay on the Big Island with our two grown sons. It is quiet and secluded, with the sounds only of birds and crickets to soothe you morning and night. The many amenities of the house include boogie boards, binoculars for birdwatching, many tourist guidebooks, and beach towels, in addition to what is listed in the VRBO listing. The owners, Margie and Bill, bent over backwards to be sure we were always comfortable, including greeting us with a large fruit basket as well as a jar of passionfruit jam made by Margie. The nearby town of Holualoa is a tiny enclave of very talented artists, great for an afternoon stroll. We felt like we were actually living with the Hawaiians rather than with the other tourists. I would highly recommend this to anyone seeking a peaceful retreat for their visit, and especially to anyone unfamiliar with this island, since Bill and Margie are a wealth of information! Jeannie and Terry and sons, San Diego, California
  • Submitted: Jan 11, 2015
  • Stayed: Dec 2014

I wish I could live there

5 of 5
This place was amazing. Very peaceful, and very beautiful. If you have the chance, stay at the Onion House. My boyfriends father took seven of us around new years, there was plenty of room. I can't think of one thing that turned me off about this house. There are almost no real walls, its all beautiful stained glass and secure screens that seperate indoor from outdoor. Inside of course there are walls, it's private. My favorite thing, making breakfast in the morning and eating outside on the patio next to the pool. Having coffee and playing with the geckos, (they love scrambled eggs!). If you're going take me with you! To the owner: Thanking you for sharing such a great and special place! I'll remember it forever!
  • Submitted: Feb 18, 2007
  • Stayed: Jan 2007