The Akoni-Pule Guesthouses and North Kohala offer an immersive
Hawaiian experience removed from the tourist traps and bustle of other
locales. In fact, it may have you believing you're a local.
The main house is two stories of luxury including two queen sized bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths with an outdoor bali stone shower, first & second story lanais including a screened in area on the second story and a fully screened in, sunken entertainment room on the ground floor. There is also a stand alone king sized master suite with its own kitchen, sitting area, lanai, and bath including another bali-stone outdoor shower, and a pull-out couch.
Set back from the road, a striking variety of lush flora envelopes and
divides the property, including hibiscus, birds of paradise, orchids,
ferns, palms, an awesome banyan tree and fruit trees offering the
freshest mangoes, papayas, bananas, and avocados that are yours for
the picking. Savor oceanic, pastoral or jungle views as tropical birds
sing, geckos chatter, the island breezes caress the trees, and the
resonance of the tide rhythmically whispers in the distance.
The Big Island's North Kohala district is the discriminating
travelers' best-kept secret. Experience "Old Hawaii" in the charming
historic towns of Hawi and Kapaau, with artists' shops, galleries, and
delightful cafes. Historic sites - the famous statue of King
Kamehameha, state parks, tropical gardens, Pololu Valley - with its
majestic views, black sand beach, and scenic hiking trails. Or kick
back, and enjoy some of the island's best beaches. Whale watching is
seasonal (December through April), but the sea turtle sightings occur
year-round. Horseback riding, golfing, and snorkeling are close by as
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.