Volcano House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 4-8)
Kilauea Volcano Cottage is a charming historic 1930's house nestled on two acres of lush rainforest amid giant tree ferns, exotic flowers and Ohia trees. Once the home of the park superintendent, many heads of state as well as dignitaries came here for retreats. This secluded setting is only minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and Volcano Villages' restaurants, winery and art galleries.
Staying at the Kilauea Volcano Cottage is a one of a kind old Hawaii experience. It is a remnant of a bygone era, a time when people had summer homes to escape the heat of the city, and the stress of everyday life. One can truly become rejuvinated just taking in the glorious setting of the surrounding rainforest.
Stroll the colorful grounds and count the varieties of exotic plants and flowers. The neighborhood, with its paved roads and low traffic, is also a great place for walking.
The Volcano area has a wealth of things to do. Enjoy Hiking trails or Lava Viewing at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The Volcano Art Center features a Gallery and workshops in various arts, writing. Hawaiian language and culture. Other galleries and studios feature local artists. The Volcano Winery has unique tasting of tropical wines. Within 1/2 hour is a black sand beach with nesting sea turtles where you can also snorkel or see the ruins of an ancient Hawaiian heiau( temple).
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a designated World Biosphere Preserve. We are at high elevation (3800-4000') and experience cool weather year round. There is a dry side and a wet side to Volcano and we are on the slopes of 13,000' Mauna Loa, often snowcapped in winter.
Staying in the Volcano area of Hawaii is a definite must do for all visitors. It is truly one of the worlds most beautiful rainforests.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
What a fantastic place! The perfect vibe after camping our way around the island. We love all the windows and flowering plants to look out on.