This house is a wonderful place to stay, it felt like paradise. The grounds were beautiful, the view was amazing, the house felt relaxing, and the outdoor shower was used every time.
The owners have done a wonderful job making this a true vacation home. We loved the town of Holualoa and were fortunate enough to be there on the first Friday of the month.
I loved staying at this little jungle house so many things were unique in the house. I loved the bathroom and how it was enclosed but you could open the windows and be practically outside showering. The place was very secluded so no worries about anyone seeing you. There are a lot of outside places to sit and relax when it's not raining. The deck was large and inviting. The inside was small but cozy. You can tell the owner put a lot of thought into the small personal touches of the cabin that make it the great place it is.
We even experienced a 5.3 earthquake in the middle of the night. The little jungle house held up very well and it was an experience for sure. The epicenter was in the Volcanoes National Park. The house is less than 20 miles away and you cannot miss visiting this beautiful place
Things to consider with this place is that it is off the grid living which I found really fun to do but you will need to use a generator from time to time. The owner supplies the gas and very detailed instructions. When I first got there I had never operated one in my life but it didnt take long to be very comfortable with it. There are extra supplies readily available for your use. There is no fridge so you will need to get ice for the cooler which was more than large enough to put a few blocks of ice un and 2 to 3 days of food. It is on wheels so it's easy to take to the deck and drain the water.
The only reason I didnt give this place 5 stars is that it was adveritised to have a futon or pull out bed on the main level and it didnt. It has a queen matress in the loft but I knew my friend wouldnt want to climb up to it so when I saw that it had the ability to sleep someone downstairs I thought that would be fine. I am not sure what happened but it wasn't there. If I ever returned to the island and stayed on that side I would stay here again