Holualoa Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Ocean And Garden Views Surround You In This Stylish Studio Cottage & Lanai.
Enjoy this hideaway in a tropical garden setting at the cool 1,000 foot elevation, where you will be surrounded by ocean views and Hawaii's exotic landscapes, but be minutes from beaches, shopping, golf, galleries, coffee farms, sea excursions and the Big Island's many other attractions.
The cottage includes a 324 sq ft studio apartment, and a 400+ sq ft private, covered lanai with ocean and coastline views.
ALL WOOD AND TILE STUDIO COTTAGE
*Highly desired upland Kona location - gardens, not lava fields
*Separate building and entrance
*Convenient & secure parking
*Ample storage for personal items
*Close to Holualoa's artists haven, coffee farms & tasting rooms
*5 minutes to Kona's most popular beach
*10 minutes to historic Kailua village & Keauhou shopping
*2 minutes to highway access, for trips to Waimea town, the Volcano, or the island's rainy side (Hilo and surrounds)
*Queen-sized bed with high quality linens
*Flat screen television with cable
*High-speed wireless internet
*Sufficient electrical outlets
*Ensuite bathroom (shower)
*Separate laundry facility
*Full size washer & dryer
*Iron and ironing board
*Wall mounted & hand mirrors
JUST BRING BATHING SUIT & FLIP-FLOPS
Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, paper goods, dish soap, sponges supplied
KITCHENETTE EQUIPPED FOR COOKING
# Apartment-sized refrigerator
# Large microwave
#Double Hot Plate
#French-press coffee pot
#Coffee grinder (for the freshest KONA COFFEE)
#Electric tea kettle
#High-quality pots, pans and tools
#Storage containers, pitchers, serving pieces
#Dinnerware, flatware and glassware
#Propane fueled barbecue with side burner
OUTDOOR SPACE (Pictures coming)
A huge, private, secluded lanai (covered porch) with a view to Kailua Bay (cruise ship, boat traffic and Ironman start) and the coastline north of Kailua-Kona, furnished with a large futon couch, an 8' dining table and chairs, a hammock, various accessories, and counter stools from which to enjoy your morning coffee or evening beverage along the railing while watching ocean traffic and birds in flight.
FOR GUESTS' ENJOYMENT
*Beach chairs (Tommy Bahama deluxe edition)
*2 Boogie boards
*2 Soft-top surf boards
*2-person sea kayak fully equipped ($25/day added fee, and guests responsible for affixing to car for transport and clean-up upon return)
NOTE: We don't provide snorkeling gear as we've found that guests get a better fit (and reliably sterilized equipment!) at a fair rate from the many local snorkeling gear outlets
We try to welcome guests personally to the cottage and make ourselves available to share local insights and address questions as they arise, but otherwise stay out of guests' way (we are happy to provide as much local information as you would like!).
NO SMOKING ANYWHERE ON THE PROPERTY.
Hawaii Business excise tax i.d. no W0130071601
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- not suitable for children
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Robin Parisi
Frank and I are retired professionals and have lived in Hawaii full-time since about 2008. Before retiring, we lived and raised our family in Portland, Oregon. We have two children, a daughter (25) and a son (23), now both employed in Silicon Valley. We are quite sporty and love a challenging do-it-yourself project. Our yard/garden here in Hawaii has been our main retirement activity. We have tamed and terraced the garden by building rock walls, and we have added extensive concrete pathways and stairs. We swim in the ocean or ride our road bikes almost daily. I am a mosaic artist, and Frank plays guitar and ukulele.
Robin Parisi purchased this cottage in 2006
Why Robin Parisi chose Holualoa
For years we escaped on vacation from Portland's gray winters to blue Hawaii and, after trying the other islands, kept coming back to the Big Island for its unparalleled ocean swimming, and to Kailua-Kona for its old-time, 'spirit of aloha' small-town atmosphere. We originally bought a sea-level condo, but found that it was too hot and too touristy for our tastes, so we started looking for alternatives.
What makes this cottage unique
The little estate of which the cottage is a part was built starting in the late 1970's. We found its all-wood post and beam construction, cedar interiors, cool location, garden setting and beautiful expansive views almost unique in Kona's home market, and fell in love with it the day we first saw it.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Dear Robin, I don't believe I've ever stayed in such a well
-supplied vacation rental, you thought of everything, thank you so much. This is a real treat. You made it very easy to relax here, tho we feel like we've hardly made a dent in the pleasures of this part of the big island.
Thank you, Katherine