Ka Lae Cottage Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
Cottage Hale Huna (hidden house): This cozy solar powered Cottage features total privacy with a bathroom (bathtub), living and sleeping area, free WiFi, a library and a lanai (veranda) with a garden view.
Enjoy a rich organic breakfast on your private deck each morning, with homemade breads and fresh tropical fruits. Relax in the rocking chair on the lanai with avocados ready to pick within reach, or enjoy the tropical garden, while you lie in the hammock. WiFi and many books to read are offered for total relaxation. We also offer a boogie board, snorkeling gear and a cooler for the perfect day at the beach.
Our estate of 1.2acres is located near Waiohinu, Big Island of Hawaii. Papayas, bananas, macadamia nuts, oranges, lemons, figs, pineapples, avocados, coffee, lettuce, and vegetables grow here organically.
If you seek to experience Hawai'i on an individual note, away from tourist crowds and the trodden paths, then this is the right point of departure for your tours of the island.
Mark twain was so enchanted by Waiohinu, that he planted a monkeypod tree during his visit in 1866. It's offshoot has grown into a majestic tree. Ka Lae (15min. Away) is the southernmost point of all the Hawaiian islands, and probably the place where the first Polynesians came ashore.
Watch the most beautiful sunrises, as well as breathtaking sunsets. The southern coast is the last undeveloped coast of Hawaii. You can observe how Hawaiians catch their fish daily, or spend the weekend here with the whole family. Enjoy unique beaches, such as Papakolea and Punalu'u (where big sea turtles can be seen resting in the sun), with black, green, or white sand, at times even in complete solitude, for swimming, diving, whale, dolphin, or bird watching. Even the Hawaiian seal is sometimes to be seen.
If you enjoy hiking, go on a day-trip directly from your cottage through natural surroundings to totally secluded bays. On the weekends we sometimes encounter windsurfers and fishermen, on weekdays you will mostly be all by yourself.Volcano National Park is 40 min. away and offers you the opportunity for a firsthand look at an active volcano in a lava-shaped landscape, where Pele, the goddess of fire, resides and witness her power. Visit wood valley temple (half way) on the way to the park and experience a Buddhist temple, where the Dalai Lama has stayed and lectured on several occasions.
If you would like to experience Hawaii differently, in a natural surrounding, and in total privacy, then this is the right spot. Away from the usual tourist crowds, surrounded by nature, and yet enjoying the comfort of a new cottage and a delicious breakfast ..... All this can be found here.
Forget the everyday life and enjoy a little piece of paradise. We would love to share it with you!
You may check in between 2PM-6PM.
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed