Pahoa Cottage Rental Photos and Description
1 Bathroom, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
Elegant Ohia and Redwood cottage hidden in the forest on one magical acre of paradise. Filled with exotic flowers and ferns, mysterious nature trails, and elegant
vines of turquoise jade blossoms.
Called 'The Tree House' by many, it is private and very cozy. This partially alternative energy home has all the amenities for a quality stay, with the ambiance
and the beauty of paradise. Offering more than 1000sf. of living space, it is fully furnished and sweetly decorated to please your eye.
Kitchen is complete with dishes, appliances, a full size refrigerator and stove.
There is a dining room and a lounging area with comfortable furniture and wood-burning stove.
The sleeping loft is 300sf, surrounded by windows
overlooking the forest. It is accessed from the living area by a well-built ladder
made from our local hard wood.
The second bedroom is located downstairs and is 200 sq.ft.
The outdoor shower has a private view of lush jungle,but is protected from outside weather.
Electricity is supplied partially by solar as well as local power to assure constant availability. Cable TV, WiFi, local and long distance phone included.
Coffee, tea, fruit and flowers are provided.
It is located just 2 miles from Pahoa town and 10 minutes from the beach.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
I built this home with my own hands with my love of nature and our earth as my guide. It was my first Goddess Castle. I love my paradise and wanted it to be part of my home. It is built of the wood of my jungle and redwood for endurance. The inside is filled with full on logs. This is who I am a full blown ecologist, loving paradise. Wanting to share it with the world
Once you see my natural jungle all your questions will be answered. There are trails on this acre that make you feel you are in a National Park.
It is a place of healing visual serenity. The fauna and flora is wonderful. The lushness of the jungle renews your faith in the continuation of our world. The way the food just falls off the trees is so nourishing. You know why they call it paradise. It is my own National Park