|Quartos||Estúdio / Quitinete|
|Tipo de imóvel||estúdio|
|Estadia Mínima||2 noites|
Isolado Ohana (1/1 Cottage) com soberba vista mar no lindo Hamakua Coast Estate - The Garden House Hideaway
Construído de madeiras indonésias, esta totalmente mobilado estúdio Ohana senta-se nas motivos paisagísticos de uma propriedade com vista para a bela costa de Hamakua. Apenas a 25 minutos de Hilo, a propriedade desfruta de vistas panorâmicas através dos campos e árvores até o oceano com nascer do sol espectacular. Uma variedade de frutas orgânicas, vegetais e plantações exóticas preencher esta propriedade acre de 3 ½, e um pequeno rebanho de ovelhas reside, pitorescamente, no pasto. Uma experiência relaxante, estético e verdadeiramente havaiano, perfeito para quem procura privacidade e natureza.
Esta é uma rara oportunidade de apreciar o esplendor de um dos premier Ilhas grandes - e mais procurados - locais. . A propriedade está completamente fora da rede, mas com todas as comodidades disponíveis para um luxuoso "viver verde" experiência.
I fell in love with Garden House Hideaway and Hawaii. Mary's cottage is the perfect place from which to explore the Island. The cottage is lovely, private and unique. While it is on solar and totally off the grid, it felt just like home, but gave us the opportunity to experience a relaxing living-green situation. The bathroom is a garden wonder! It is completely private but with a fresh outdoor feel. Ocean breezes kept the cottage cool and comfortable. The grounds are immaculately tended and beautiful with a great ocean view. Garden House Hideaway is a true paradise get-away.
Mary's Garden House Hideaway is one of the best, quiet and peaceful hideaways that you will enjoy in the Big Island. It is located in the off-the-grid area of the rural north, 20-25 minutes from Hilo. At first getting there was a trek, but once you get there you will see a beautiful vista, lovely facility, exotic plant life, fun animals and a wonderful host.
One key points into making your stay special is to make sure to have enough time to see whatever you need to see (which you really need time for. You can drive the entire island in 4 or so hours. We did not have this luxury because there's many stops to see, which will take your time); feel the beauty of the area (which is no doubt amazing and spectacular everywhere. Mary's hideaway is a jewel!); and be in the presence of something beautiful (which is really ineffable. You will know and realize it once you are there).
+First, if you want to enjoy your stay in the Big Island, relinquish your urban city perspective. It's more beautiful this way.
+When planing to decide on where to to stay, consider Mary's facility...beautiful, peaceful and homey.
+After you decide to stay with Mary's facility, plan an itinerary. She has many information about the island in her cottage.
+In your initial itinerary, before you head to the island - first, we would suggest to rent an SUV or off road vehicle, just in case. The hideaway is off-grid and out in the rural areas of the upper north. Smaller vehicles is ok, but has less engine power and traction to go up hill and off the beaten path (you will go through unpaved stretch road. The road is new)
+Second, make sure to spend some time getting to know your host. This was a missed opportunity for us since we only stayed there a very short time. She's a very nice and beautiful host. Also, enjoy her pets: Bonnie (she looks like a polar bear), Copper (he may look like Koojo, but is friendly and energetic young dog) and little Trouble (such an adorable cat!) Also, there's one cow and few sheep.
+Last tip... JUST enjoy your stay!
Unfortunately, we did not have a good experience during our stay at this property and left after just 10 hours. While clean and cozy, there were some aspects that we found to be badly misrepresented:
There is no air conditioning, but only a single ceiling fan, and all doors and windows need to be open for there to be any air circulation.
In addition to the shower, the toilet and sink are also located outside and are alternately surrounded by bamboo stalks and a shower curtain.
Given that the property is solar powered and derives water from rainfall, there are significant restrictions on both electricity and water usage - the house rules limit showers and microwave use to 2-3 minutes, for instance.
The property is not private and is directly adjacent to the owners home.
There is no Internet or cell phone reception.
This property is aptly described as off the grid and refers not to just a secluded getaway, but one where you need to be comfortable with an experience lacking modern conveniences.
A few miscellaneous items to note: there are two large dogs and a cat that roam free and enter the property. The dogs are not trained. The road leading up to the property is unpaved and its use may be prohibited by the car rental agreement.
Finally, it's worth noting that our attempts to reach a resolution with the property manager did not go well and we were forced into protracted conversations with the Home Away complaints department to obtain any sort of relief. Buyer beware...
We spent a week at Garden House Hideaway and greatly enjoyed our stay. It is definitely off grid with solar power, filtered sterilized rainwater, an outside shower, and spotty cellphone coverage. However it is also enchanting with great ocean and sunrise views, a pleasant property with pastured sheep and a cow, onsite fruit including coffee, starfruit, tangerines, lemons, limes, grapefruit, papaya, coconut, pineapple, and maybe some that I have forgotten. There is a great little tea house that we enjoyed eating breakfast in while watching the sunrise. The owner is a very thoughtful woman who respects vacationers' privacy but is also immediately available for any concerns. She is also very pleasant. The property is close (abot 30 mins) to Hilo which is a small city. There are nearby hiking trails, falls, and botanical gardens. We felt the property was within reasonable driving distance to waimea (30 mins), Hawi (1h with awesome views), kona (1.5 h), volcano park (1-1.5h), and south point (2h). Many scenic points are nearby. Due to the location on the island it is evidently quite rainy in the winter. Would definitely go again!
This is the perfect place for some peace and quiet. The cottage is a beautiful work of wood and bamboo. This truly is a "hide away". Aside from Mary, the owner, we didn't encounter another soul. Yet, we were never alone--the place is bursting with life! We encountered lizards, frogs, birds, cows, chickens, and all kinds of awesome insects. There were much more we never saw, but which made their presence known at night with their urgent calls. There's also an utterly adorable cat that wanders around outside. It's far enough from the city that the stars all come out at night.
Mary greeted us on arrival, and was very helpful. The place has very limited cell/internet reception. That was actually great for shutting out the world, but is something to be aware of. It's about a 30 minute drive to Hilo, which is where the nearest food/groceries/drug/stores are.
Overall, this a great place to comfortably get away from the outside world. We would definitely go back, and recommend this!
This is a very unique property! Mary has built a wonderful place up in the hills above the ocean, using solar energy and rainwater catchment to sustain a home and guest house with all the modern conveniences. If conservation is important to you, this place is a great find. The property is beautiful, with many flowering and fruit trees, spacious lawns and a field with sheep and a cow. A friendly cat and two big dogs share the place, as well. Mary was a very thoughtful hostess and provided whole bean coffee grown right on the property. The shower and toilet are outside but private and the water was plenty hot. The cottage is cozy and nice for a couple. Two-burner gas cooktop and a microwave available for cooking. She has plenty of beach stuff available for use, and nice items like rain ponchos, umbrella and jackets. I would have liked a more comfortable piece of furniture of reading at night; when the sun goes down there is not much else to do! The sharing library was a nice feature but mostly full of pulpy paperbacks - as a book-lover I was a bit disappointed in the choices, but then again I didn't expect a little library anyway!
There is a small general store/cafe a few miles down the road that had a bit of everything you might need, and serves meals until 6:30 p.m. I enjoy not having TV available; it was a bit hard to adjust to lack of cell phone service but I was able to get signal just a bit down the road. There is no Wi-Fi as far as I know. There is a lovely separate structure called the "Tea Room" for taking in the sunrise. She has kept a notebook for guests to write in recommendations of things to see and do which was really nice and fun to read through, to get ideas and real people perspective on what to see and do. We were very happy to be away from the noise of Hilo and loved falling asleep to cocqui frogs and rain on the roof. For people who don't like to be too close to the natural world, this may not be the first pick, but it was right up our alley and judging by the guest book, it's been idyllic for many many people before us!
Próximo: Quedas de Akaka; Jardins Tropicais; natação, surf e mergulho. Hilo, 19 milhas de distância, oferece golfe, museus, teatros, lojas, uma variedade de pratos finos, caiaque, jardins japoneses, praias, universidade, a fábrica de macadâmia, um jardim zoológico floresta tropical, e um moinho de café. Kilauea vulcão é bem perto e bem a pena uma visita - especialmente à noite, quando a lava incandescente flui para o mar.
Outras atividades: compras, caiaque, passeios de barco, observação da vida selvagem
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 2 noite(s)
|Cleaning fee||R$ 156 + Imposto|
There is a $50 cleaning fee.
Please request and return rental contract before making payment.