Bedroom - 4, Bathroom - 3
|12/21/16 – 03/31/17||$225||$1,495|
|04/01/17 – 11/30/17||$200||$1,295||$4,500|
|12/01/17 – 03/31/18||$225||$1,495||$4,995 – $6,430|
Rates are for double occupancy. Add $25 per additional person, plus 13.416% Hawaii State taxes. Cleaning and other fees will also apply.
Aloha and e komo mai (welcome) to Hale Ki’i Maka Manu, the House with the Bird’s eye View.
And that is exactly what you will have from not only the main living level/lanai but from the 3rd floor observation deck as well. From that deck, you can see Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, the Pu’u O’o volcanic vent at the Volcanoes National Park, the might Pacific ocean, gorgeous sunrises, whale watching and so much more! The views are absolutely incredible!
This large and inviting home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths on 2 separate living levels. Situated on a ½ acre back from the street, this home is private and is landscaped with beautiful blooming tropical plants that Hawaii is certainly known for. Located in the ever popular Hawaiian Paradise Park subdivision at Kaloli Point, this area is known for its sunnier skies and warmer temperatures.
The open and spacious living, dining, kitchen area that opens up to the tiled ocean view lanai is absolutely perfect for the guests that are traveling together. Upstairs are 2 generously sized bedrooms with 2 baths. The master bedroom has its own entrance to the tiled lanai and has a lovely tiled shower for 2. Beautiful stained glass windows adorn the master bath.
The downstairs area with separate entrance has 2 more bedrooms that share 1 bath. Everyone has their own space. How wonderful is that?
And again, that 3rd floor observation deck or “widow’s watch” is pretty incredible! A popular romantic myth holds that the platform was used to observe vessels at sea. The name “widow’s watch” is said to come from the wives of mariners who would watch for their spouses’ return, often in vain as the ocean took the lives of the mariners, leaving the women widows.
Who knows what you’ll see from there? Something pretty special I would imagine! Come stay at Hale Ki’I Maka Manu and take in the views!
And, don’t miss old Pahoa town, just a short 8 mile drive from the hale where you will find the original boardwalks that date back to the late 1800′s when this sleepy little town was king in the sugar plantation days. There is great dining in this little town with Italian, Thai, Chinese and Tex-Mex. Hilo town with all of its historical points of interest, color and famous for its friendly people is only about 30 minutes away and the ever changing Volcanoes National Park is about a 40 minute drive.
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