Pahala House Rental Photos and Description
House, 7 Bedrooms, 4.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 15-17)
Your family or group will appreciate our historic Pahala Plantation House with more than 6,100 square feet of space. Its native ohia wooden floors, high ceilings, plantation style furniture and collectibles bring you back in time to old Hawai‘i. Outdoor living offers more than 1,000 feet of covered lana‘i for dining, meetings and gatherings. Enjoy our carriage house, gazebo and three acres of tropical landscape.
-Full large kitchen with stove, microwave, two refrigerator/freezers, cookware and dinnerware.
-Large dinning room, large living room and day room.
-Seven bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
-Covered lana'i (porch) with tables and chairs for 30 people.
-Free wireless Internet and long distance phone calls within US.
-Cable TV and complimentary laundry facilities.
- Access to purchase fresh, locally raised produced and beef, as well as fresh catch from our local fishermen.
Need a personal chef? We are not a bed and breakfast, but we do offer you the option of hiring a personal chef through us to cook meals for you during your stay. Please inquire in advance for rates and meal requests.
Mahalo (thank you) for your interest!
Looking for a comfortable place to stay on the sunny side of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park near Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach? Settle into Pahala Plantation Cottages in Ka‘u, on the Big Island of Hawai‘i. Sip the nation’s finest - Ka‘u Coffee - grown by farmers of the village.
Explore the wild beauty of Hawai‘i’s longest uninhabitated coast within a vast landscape of tabletop mountains, tropical rainforest, desert, grassland and farmland. Visit black and green sand beaches and gaze out into the Pacific from sea-cliffs at the southernmost place in the U.S. Hike on coastal trails and head into the National Park to witness the glow of the active volcano.
Spend your days exploring the land and sea and your nights exploring the stars that shine brightest in one of the Earth’s clearest skies. Enjoy the quietude of Ka‘u, the least populated district in all of Hawai‘i.
Keywords: Estate, Mansion
- limited accessibility
- wheelchair accessible
- children welcome