Pahala cottage rental - Dining room in foreground with living room in background.
Dining room in foreground with living room in background.
  • Bedrooms1
  • Sleeps2
  • 1 Bathroom
Minimum Stay 2 nights

Pahala Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Attached Unit, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2)

Enjoy staying at one of our fully furnished historic plantation cottages. Decorated in a plantation style with antique furniture, wooden floors and high ceilings our cottages are designed to bring you back in time to old Hawai‘i.


-Full kitchen and dining room with stove, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, cookware and dinnerware.

-Full living room with cable TV.

-One bedroom and one bathroom, fully furnished.

-Open lana‘i (porch).

-Parking space and garden.

-Free wireless Internet.

-Nearby complimentary laundry facilities.

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.

*Each of our cottages has a unique collection of furnishings. Photos displayed on this page are examples.

Mahalo (thank you) for your interest! If our calendar says we're booked, send us a message and we may be able to set you up in one of our other cottages for the same rate.


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: One bedroom, one bathroom, unit, house, vacation rental

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1 Reviews of Property 403536 in Pahala, Hawaii

Ohia Cottage, from Pahala Plantation Cottages
average rating of 1.0 based on 1 reviews
Ohia Cottage, from Pahala Plantation Cottages
(808) 928-9811
Pahala Ka'u District

Pictures are not saying everything...

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  • Submitted: Feb 13, 2013
  • Stayed: Feb 2013
Yes, we chosed this cottage due to and only by the photos because there was no review yet. We wondered why noone before us was writing a review. Today, our arrival day, we got a more precise imagination of why. By entering the cottage there was an ongoing deeply toilet-smell you normaly know by entering one of the tiny toilets of fast food restaurants along the highway. Even with 3 fan operating continiously and all the windows wide open the toilet smelling unfortunately was not expiring.

Some window mechanics are rusty and will break when turning or opening. The main kitchen furniture for storing the kitchen machines was dirty and full of leftovers from caffee and toast. From the view of a house wife the kitchen is poorly equiped. Knifes, only 2 existing, were not really cutting. No can opener for tuna. It was a luck that we had our swiss survivor kit ready. No wood for cutting salad or other stuff. Some forks and knifes for eating were looking brown, rusty.

Definitely the house needs a new painting, a whole renovation would be better. Mosquito-protection is out of working due to big holes in it. Coverage for the bed and pillows are cutted. Yes, the distances to the tourist attractions are close. But for the same money you will have better condos, appartments in Punaluu or Naalehu - for sure. We tested it in the same season, some days ago.

The indoor Wifi/WLan is the quickest we had until today on Big Island. The cottage offers the most space we experienced on Big Island. The car is parked right at your entrance stairs. The surrounding is very green with exotic flowers.

Don't think you are in the real Pahala Plantation Cottages. In Pahala there is another place with that name and much more reviews including stars. So, don't be confused like us...
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers
Helpful votes: 8/8