Kehena House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 0-6)
Paradise found, wrapped up in a sea of tropical fruit trees with things to pick and devour in every direction, This Artful Balinese inspired home feels like it's deep in the jungle even though it's a 2 minute drive to a beautiful black sand beach . Stained glass ,indian tile and tropical wood , flow between treasures from around the world . Hammocks to feel the soft breezes and hear the sweet music of swaying bamboo make it hard to venture out and explore the exquisite surroundings .
The Property can sleep 4-6 , has a full kitchen , soaking tub , separate shower and lots of outside deck space .
The property is home to some adorable geckos who faithfully gobble up mosquitoes that stray into the house when the door is open! Geckos are found in practically every home in Hawaii and they complete the Hawaiian experience.
Massage is avail onsite along with fasting and other organic meal plans
Within a short drive north along the Red Road are numerous attractions: Kalani Retreat Center, Geothermally heated swimming and snorkeling areas including Ahalanui Park and the Kapoho Tide Pools; and the beautiful Oceanside McKenzie State Park. Within a 5 minute drive south on the Red Road is Kalapana, where the road ends at the most recent lava flows. There you will find the Kalapana Café and Uncle Robert’s Kava Bar, as well as guided lava walks and a trail across the lava fields to the new beach. The property itself is a rich adventure with Orange, tangerine, lime, and meyer lemon trees produce abundantly just outside. Fig, loquat, dragon fruit, soursop, starfruit, and loads of avocado , papaya and bananas coexist with uncountable varieties of tropical flowers .
Keywords: Hammocks, Close to Beach, Paradise, Tropical Trees, Deep in the Jungle, Massage on site, Organic Meals, Lava Walks, Kehena Beach; Beautiful black-sand, clothing-optional beach
Ahalanui. Gorgeous natural warm pond, coconut grove, and park Kalapana/Kaimu Lava hiking, restaurant, small store, Kalani Retreat; Restaurant, café, yoga and hula classes, massage. Kapoho Snorkeling and Water Activities, Pahoa Village; Restaurants, stores, gas, banks, post office, The 'Red Road'; Bike or drive along our pristine stretch of coastline.
- children welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- alternative lifestyle
Guestbook comments from the owner
This home was absolutely paradise in Puna Palisades. We were greeted with a great massage who was only in town once a month. It was the best massage I have ever had. We cracked every bones and knots in my body that was clogged. The house was well designed and pleasant. The only thing were the ants. But I suppose that is expected from staying in the jungle.
i am a designer and writer living between san francisco , hawaii and Taos . I love animals and nature. I'm also a huge fan of mountain biking , snowboarding and yoga . We put lots of love and thought into the remodel of our home in Taos and feel deeply honored to get to share it with you . looking forward to being in touch and getting to hear your story as well , warmly , justin
I was living between San Francisco and Maui the first time I visited lower puna. It was and still is the most beautiful ,magic spot I've found on the planet .I put an offer on the then very basic house because of it's magnificent gardens . When I returned to San Francisco I put both my Maui and Bay area house on the market and prepared to move .During my first few years on the island I was spending a lot of time in bali so I commissioned carving artists to make custom doors to be used throughout the house as well as picking up lots of interesting furnishings. I also brought in stained glass and hand made glass tile from around the world to allow the light and feeling of the house to change throughout the day . My friend Bhakti , a designer , chef and amazing bodyworker collaborated with me on the design and is currently the caretaker in residence
It's a jungle feast with serenading accompaniment from the coqui frogs!