Pepeekeo House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, 3 acre private residence; Sleeps 6
Enjoy spectacular 180-degree ocean views from every room of this beautifully remodeled plantation-style home. Extensive use of beautiful Shoji screens and a traditional Furo tub in the master bath highlight this retreat-like home set on three lush acres. A traditional zendo (Buddhist meditation area) adds to the serenity of the atmosphere.
The house is surrounded by park-like landscaping with almost an acre of manicured lawns dotted with tropical fruit trees, coconut and banana palms in almost continuous production, and gorgeous orchids and plumeria. Help yourself to papayas, guavas, bananas, coconuts, pineapples and avocados and other delicious tropical fruits (there's almost always something ripe and ready to pick). The hillside location and surrounding acreage grant a high degree of privacy and the electric-gated entry assures security. The house is well-stocked with all necessary kitchen supplies, videos and a variety of books including several excellent local guidebooks.
Cable television and wireless, high-speed internet access are included for those who don't want to be too disconnected from the 'real world'.
The Hamakua coast offers unparalleled outdoor activities including nearby Akaka Falls, Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens, and beautiful hiking trails. Four-Mile Scenic drive is just a few blocks away, along with beautiful Onomea Bay. We are located minutes from Honoli'i, one of the Big Island's best surfing spots. The area is laced with streams, waterfalls and swimming holes, all against a backdrop of lush tropical vegetation. Located just one mile from the dramatic sea cliffs of Pepeekeo Point, the house is ideally located for exploration of the Big Island. Volcanoes National Park is only 45 minutes away, as is the Waipio Valley to the north. Kailua-Kona is a 90 minute drive. The windward side's best swimming beaches are a short drive.
Hilo offers its unique blend of Old-Hawaii charm and modern conveniences, shopping and restaurants. The Farmers Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays should not be missed! A tremendous variety of handicrafts from all over the islands are available at some of the best prices to be found. Local produce in all its wonderful variety abounds. The Lyman Museum and the Tsunami Museum are also well worth a visit.
PLEASE NOTE: the 'Quoteable Rate' feature shows only base rate for 2 guests.
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Your beautiful home offered us a view of the "real" Hawaii. The setting was just perfect with the plush grounds, comfortable furnishings and incredible view. What a wonderful place to meet our 3 sons- one from Alaska, one from the Marshall Islands.
It was fabulous!