New Lava flow happening a few miles away please be advised. Bad air quality to be expected part of nearly every day. However conditions can change rapidly here, stay tuned.
The original Honey House is a finely finished piece of craftsmanship. It is a stand-alone 480 square foot garden bungalow.
Hardwoods and bamboo accent the living area. The full bath features a tiled shower, granite counter, and access to a garden lanai. We feature whole house water filtration so you can drink from any faucet in the house. The kitchen has a gas range and all kinds of cooking equipment. There is a king size bed and a big fluffy futon couch that can be turned into a 2nd bed if needed.
Nectar House is on the same property but totally separate.
Honey House has a floor and a ceiling fan, screened windows, windows that close in case of wind or rain, curtains for privacy. On site host in separate house in case you need anything.
We offer plenty of fresh fruit from our orchards, whatever is in season. Oranges, lemons, avocados and bananas are usually available during winter months. Exotics like sapotes and jaboticaba happen randomly. In the orchard is a shared outdoor shower, hot & cold, also filtered and drinkable.
We are located on a secluded clothing optional acre in Kehena Beach Estates, on the the Puna coastline, and most easily accessed from Hilo airport. We are only 5 minutes walk from Kehena black sand beach yet surrounded by fruit trees, fragrant flowers, and edible gardens. The song of the frogs, crickets and toads have a delightful natural rhythm that puts us to sleep every night. We have colorful house geckoes and sometimes wild pigs visit. Temperatures in the winter are sometimes in the sixties at night and usually in the eighties by mid day. Winter is humpback whale season and whale song can sometimes be heard at night right from your bed.
You can walk two blocks down our quiet street to the end and then take a neighborhood trail that comes out on Kalapana Kapoho Road right across from the beach. Or take the road all the way. Hawaiian spinner dolphins often stop in for a visit to our beach. Kehena Beach faces east. It is sunny in the morning and shady in the afternoon. Quiet and often nearly deserted in the morning, a big party with drumming every Sunday afternoon.