Pahoa house rental
  • Bedrooms3
  • Sleeps12
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Half Bath
Minimum Stay 2 nights

Pahoa House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Detached Unit, 2.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 4-12)

A tropical sanctuary of wellness education and ecological recreation in the spirit of Aloha.

Escape to the Rainforest of east Hawaii for a rejuvenation experience only being on an active volcano can provide.

Let us provide you with eco-chic accommodations, a health spa, prepared meals from our gardens, family style classes on wellness and more. We bring local experts to teach us about returning to the land, growing our food and re-connecting to ourselves and the earth.

Relax in style with us. Your room will have a tempurpedic queen mattress, closet and fan, with shared bathrooms just steps away. Listen for the sound of the conch for each breakfast and lunch, prepared from the land with luscious coconuts, salad greens and savory plates.

Join for as many classes as you'd like, or enjoy the local attractions like black sands beaches, farmers markets, lava tours and more!

This vacation will deliver community style living with a private retreat experience. Nestle in our sanctuary close to town, yet worlds away from life as you know it!

Evolve and Thrive with us!

Keywords: Room, Community, Cabin, Jungle Cabin,

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We are a family farm that has developed a center for well being that we refer to as Hawaiian Sanctuary. We acquired this jungle land in 2005 with a vision to restore the soil, grow food and share with people of like minds for health and living more sustainably.

We are sharing this journey with our guests - these tropical tastes, health upgrades and island style are delicious!

Siobhan purchased this house in 2005

Location, location, location. 1/2 mile from town, 20 minutes from airport, 7 minutes to black sands beach and lavaflows...this is paradise!

Infrared Sauna, Hawaiian Cultural Classes like Hula and Planting, Yoga, dances, community lifestyle, and hearing the conch for your chef prepared Healthy Meal!

3 Reviews of Property 381351 in Pahoa, Hawaii

Escape to a Tropical Sanctuary W/ Health Foods & Day Spa
average rating of 5.0 based on 3 reviews
Escape to a Tropical Sanctuary W/ Health Foods & Day Spa
Pahoa Puna District
Kauai, HI

The Perfect Sanctuary to Heal the Soul

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Apr 19, 2012
  • Stayed: Mar 2012
I love that the location is so close to Pahoa. It makes it easier to flow without a car. And, just a few miles from the beach makes it really convenient too! I thoroughly enjoyed access to the chemical-free Jacuzzi and infrared sauna built in such a beautiful setting and so close to my room without the disturbance of any noise. My room was quiet and serene, yet adjacent to the kitchen and other facilities. The Hawaiian Sanctuary kitchen is my favorite outdoor kitche :). It is clean, beautiful, inviting, and stocked with great appliances. The area was well thought out, including dishwashing for guests and residents outside the common area making it easier to keep the area clean. From my arrival into the aromtherapy-filled room and beautiful tropical flowers to the delicious healthy meals, healing classes, fun and educational events, and entertainment, the Hawaiian Sanctuary is indeed just need not even leave the property :) I felt like a brand new person as I left this gem in the jungle - healed, renewed and revitalized. Thank you HS!
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children
Helpful votes: 2/2
Escape to a Tropical Sanctuary W/ Health Foods & Day Spa
Pahoa Puna District
Hershey, Pennsylvania

Hawaii+Sanctuary=Mucho Aloha! :)

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Mar 1, 2012
  • Stayed: Feb 2012
They were super helpful with the process of me staying there. Answered all my inquiries before booking the place. Found the location real quick. Very friendly upon my late night arrival. My place to stay had abundant space, comfy bed and lots of storage for things. I loved the sounds of the rainforest and the perfect temperature for sleeping. The bathroom had plenty of room in addition to their outdoor showers. The architecture is so detailed. They had fresh papayas, bananas, coconuts herbs, spices and veggies from their land to use for the meals during my stay. So delicious and yummy! I really enjoyed eating there. There are also chickens that provide fresh eggs and are a great sight to see. The wildlife there is so thrilling to witness. I enjoyed photographing the red or blue local Hawaiian birds and the colorful green geckos too. During my 2 week stay, there were a variety of classes that I participated in such as yogalates, Qi Gong, Kung Fu, Kundalini dance, Capoeira and Hula class. They also had special guests during the week that had informative workshops such as the Compost Tea class, Keys to longevity, and my favorite the Hawaiian planting class where you get Taro and replant for their next harvest months from now. On the weekends during my time there, I had the pleasure of attending several concerts which included the Blue Star Octave, Youssoupha, and Makaya. For unwinding after a long day, they have a Jacuzzi, sauna and a shower in the spa room as I like to call it which I may have used at least once or twice a day between my island adventures. They also have a suspended bed that lets you feel like you are in a hanging cradle. If you have the additional need to work out, they have a full outdoor gym in the jungle; so awesome! There's a laundry room. Pahoa town is nearby too; walking, and or biking distance. It felt like home staying here :) They also have internet if you feel the need to plug back into the Matrix. Will return again with friends and family in the near future to share my sensational experiences with them. I recommend Waipio valley and black sand beach below. Check out the volcano, green sand beach with sea turtles nearby south point. Akaka and Rainbow falls near Hilo. Warm ponds for sunrises and Kona for sunsets. Capt. Cook monument for snorkeling with dolphins and city of refuge at sunset. Night time diving with manta rays. Visit Mauna Kea at sunrise. Pololu valley lookout past Hawi. Take a Mac nut and Kona coffee tour.
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Pet-friendly, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, People with Disabilities, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: Thank you so much for blessing our space and enjoying all our amenities and activities, Jaime. You are forever welcome to join our Ohana. We happily look forward to your return and have enjoyed sharing a Tropical Transformation with you --- enjoy more GREEN SMOOTHIES! We have so much appreciation for you!
Helpful votes: 2/3
Escape to a Tropical Sanctuary W/ Health Foods & Day Spa
Pahoa Puna District
Portland, Oregon

A lovely, true sanctuary!

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Oct 17, 2011
  • Stayed: Sep 2011
The Hawaiian Sanctuary is a dream. Set in a lush, jungley landscape the environment sets the mood for a relaxing and renewing stay. The accommodations are simple and classy and the staff is unbelievably friendly and knowledgeable about the surrounding area. Mindfulness of health, wellness, and the beauty of nature is stuffed lovingly in all the nooks and crannies. Weekly events are not to be missed - including yoga, dance classes, and informative workshops on how to live more sustainably. Also the lovely town of Pahoa is within walking distance. Though you wouldn't know you were near any beings upon entering the Hawaiian Sanctuary - it has a very secluded feel. I stayed here for 2 nights with a friend and it was definitely one of the highlights of our trip. I highly recommend including a stay here as part of your trip to Hawaii.
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Romantic Getaway
Helpful votes: 4/5