Esta casa, conhecida como Lawai'a Sea Lodge, está localizado na Baía de Kealakekua. Tem um lançamento de caiaque privada com acesso ao canal seguro para a baía. O estabelecimento oferece três opções de locação diferentes. A casa principal é dividida em cima e embaixo em unidades de aluguel privadas. A unidade de cima tem 3 quartos, 1 banheiro com uma sala de estar e cozinha. Com uma vista espectacular sobre a baía, o va lá em cima é um ótimo lugar para desfrutar de suas refeições ou um pôr do sol à noite. O aluguel de baixo tem 2 quartos e 2 banheiros com uma cozinha espaçosa. Há também uma casa de campo destacada em separado com 1 quarto, cozinha e casa de banho disponíveis para alugar. Caiaques estão disponíveis para uso quando você alugar qualquer uma das unidades, o que permite o acesso a toda a baía e alguns dos melhores snorkeling em todo o Havaí. Para maiores informações entre em contato conosco. Como você paddle outro lado da baía, é muito comum ver golfinhos-rotadores nadando ao longo pessoas colaterais snorkeling. Nos meses de inverno, você pode ver baleias rompimento.
- Hospedagem222 m²
- Estadia Mín.3 noites
2 apartamentos e uma casa de campo disponíveis para alugar em conjunto ou separtely
Gary or Donna
- Última atualização de calendário
- 15 de out de 2018
Tipo de Localização
Sala de jantar
Piscina / Spa
Serviços no local
Actividades de Lazer
Atividades de Esporte e Aventura
Regras da Casa
Política de Cancelamento
100% reembolsável se cancelado com antecedência de pelo menos 60 dia(s) antes da data de chegada. 50% reembolsável se cancelado com antecedência de pelo menos 30 dia(s) antes da data de chegada.
location, location, location!
Family of 10 stayed for 3 nights to enjoy Kona side of the Big Island. View of Kealakekua Bay is spectacular, great location to explore that side of the island. Lots of rooms with well-appointed kitchen, but very stuffy inside and downstairs unit is quite dark. Getting into the bay is difficult with small children. Kayaks are shared with other properties, so privacy can be limited. The property manager gave lots of instructions, but there were still plenty of many-legged “visitors” indoors despite the care taken.
"Downstairs" not what we expected.
Our rental was the downstairs option (actually, more of under-the-house that had been converted into an apartment). It was dark, had very low ceilings with exposed pipes and wires (all painted). Some of the beams running across parts of the ceiling were so low that my 6-foot son-in-law kept hitting his head. The floor was painted concrete on which were laid rugs held down with duct tape. There were two bedrooms with two bathrooms. However, the bathrooms were side-by-side with a shared wall so kind of pointless. The showers are approx 2ft by 2ft and maybe 6ft high. We were informed upon arriving there were rat problems and were showed where the rat traps (non-killing) were under the kitchen counters. During our stay, twice there was a strong odor of death, and both times after complaining, the staff found a dead rat in the closets. They immediately removed the dead rats and sprayed liberally with Lysol deodorizer (which also was unpleasant).
The area outside with access to the ocean is great. The property manager works very hard and did her best to help with our concerns. We did get to see the upstairs apartment, and the difference between the two rentals is like night and day. Upstairs is very nice.
Built in 1935, the Lawai’a (hawaiian for fisherman) Sea Lodge is one of the oldest properties on Kealakekua Bay. This historic estate was home to a family of fisherman for 4 generations. The original architecture has been preserved with fresh paint in addition to new fixtures and appliances. We take extraordinary measures to keep it clean, sanitary and comfortable. Just prior to this guest’s arrival, we experienced heavy rain fall which tends to drive critters, seeking shelter, inside. This is characteristic of the tropics and when it occurs at any of our beachfront properties, we deploy “Zapper” traps which provide a quick and sane way to deal with the problem. Our property manager was ever present to offer assistance and later reported that these guests appeared to have a very pleasant stay with us. We sincerely hope they will give us another try in the near future.
Great locations with beautiful view and gorgeous sunsets.
The location was ideal to get away from the crowds. We were a large family of 18 and found this house accomodated us all. The owners/managers were exceptional from flower arrangements made especially for our arrival and their willingness to meet our needs
we had a marvelous adventure! snorkling and kayaking right outside our rental, (kayaks provided, no additiional charge) we drove down the road for a beach experience, which was beautiful and fun! dolphins and whales in the bay, doing their thing. really a great location for a wonderful vacation. the host was so helpful and fun! the house was great, had all the ammenities we needed, plenty of room! i will definately be back with my family! mahalo for such a perfect fun and relaxing retreat!
wild Hawaii right outside the door
our February week was warm and sunny with some big swells and wind. big waves crashing on the black lava beyond the green lawn outside the screen door was wild and primeval, nature doing its thing. we kayaked when the sea was more mild, dolphin and whales breathing in Kealakekua Bay near the boats startled us. Nights are dark, the shear dark undeveloped north wall of the bay keeps it feeling primitive and wild. the lower unit of the Lawai'a Sea Lodge house worked well for us. the property is well maintained by nice people. YES we will return next year. Mahalo for a relaxing yet exciting experience.
So happy you enjoyed your stay with us! Also, glad to know how much you loved the Bay and all it's sea creatures. You and your fellow explorers were fearless and we look forward to your return.
Mahalo nui loa!
Fantastic place to kayak, snorkel and swim in Kealakekua Bay. We stayed in the cute, low-key cottage - perfect for a couple - with an incredible view right on the water from the patio or kitchen. Private, rocky launch for kayaks is the best (and perhaps only) way for travelers to kayak the bay individually. Great snorkeling in front of and north of the launch (in addition to paddling across to "tourist central" at the monument.) Lovely and relaxing environment, great manager. Not to be missed!