Bamboo Hideaway is truly a hidden gem.. It is located on a quiet, former Hawaiian Homestead acre next to the Wailuku River and its falls.
This rental has just been completely remodeled from top to bottom with all new appliances and high end fixtures. You will find all the basic amenities needed for
your stopover in Hilo town.
Free WiFi is available. There is a 42 inch flat screen with DirectTV hookup. Videos,
CDs and a Hawaiiana library is also on hand.
The bathroom boasts its showpiece Shower Panel with 6 massage jets for an
incredible shower massage!! Ah.h... The vessel sink sits atop a quartz countertop .
The quartz countertops are also found in the kitchen.
There is a wonderful new Caspar *TM queen bed with all cotton sheets .
In the same bedroom sits a queen size pull out sofa futon with coil spring core.
This rental does accommodate children over 10 years of age.
The kitchen supplies all new electric appliances that are necessary for the chef of the house.
Very few homes in Hilo have AC's since we have abundant tradewinds. We have
ceiling fans as well as many windows for cross ventilation and cooling.
The living room has two love seats and side tables. needed.
Wander the premises and find fruit trees and plumerias with orchids blooming in them.
Talk story with your hosts Diane & Phil who live on the adjoining property and they can show you what fruit to pick and advise you on the local action. As well, they can
probably provide you with anything you might need if you don't see it at Bamboo Hideaway. Recently in early 2017 we added a nearby washer and dryer. This is free to use during the day on a limited basis. Please ask us about it if needed.
Its hard to believe you can be in this peaceful rural setting, yet in 5 minutes you can walk down into Hilo Bayfront stores and restaurants or the local Farmers Market.
A few minutes of a drive will take you to the new Imiloa Astronomy Center, the Univ. of Hilo, the Botanical Gardens and the zoo which is a botanical garden as well and numerous other attractions that need to go on your must see list.
Of course the main attraction is the lava flow from Kilauea Volcano which is always fluctuating. An hour drive will put you into the entrance of Volcano Park to start
experiencing this phenomena. If it is flowing into the ocean out of Pu uoa vent, we highly recommend the lava boat tours out of Pohoiki for sunset and sunrise tours.
Hilo town is small but it is packed with things to see and do too numerous to begin to mention. We are the biggest island of the Hawaiian chain. The Big Island
is here for you to discover its Big Heart filled with Big Aloha !!