Just Minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, in the charming little town of Volcano Village, you will find peace and privacy in your well appointed rainforest home nestled on ½ acre of ohia & hapu’u (tree ferns).
Awaken to the song of tropical birds and the whisper of giant hapu’u ferns swaying outside your windows. Spend the day discovering Pele’s wonders in the park, swimming with the sea turtles at nearby Punalu’u black sand beach, or wandering old Hilo Town, just 30 minutes away.
Have dinner at one of the fine Volcano Village restaurants or cook a romantic meal in your fully equipped kitchen and enjoy it on the lanai. Then sit back and relax by the fireplace (wood awaits) with a good book or a DVD.
When you enter your home away from home, it will greet you with warm cedar walls and a wrap around sofa in the living room complete with an entertainment center and wood burning stove. Our full kitchen awaits your culinary prowess. Three bedrooms boast Hawaiian quilts and abundant linens will ensure your comfort. Two full baths with plenty of towels and a glass-enclosed lanai (porch) complete the picture. Bring along your laptop--we offer free wireless internet so you can surf the net and keep in touch with friends and family via email.
Perfect for one or two couples or a family of up to six. Two bedrooms include comfy Queen-sized beds (one with private bathroom) and one bedroom offers two cozy twins. The second bathroom is between two bedrooms and easily accessible.
Cymbidium House is managed by Triad Management, an on island licensed management company in business on our island for over 30 years.
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Check out the Sunday Farmer’s Market at the village’s community center, which boasts a delicious array of produce, baked goods, and prepared dishes.
Hawai%60i Volcanoes National Park is one mile down the road from the village, headquarters to the world's most active "drive-in" volcano. Stop at the Visitors’ Center to learn more about Kilauea, the east rift zone of which has been erupting more or less continuously since January 3, 1983. Visit the Thomas Jaggar Museum overlooking Halema%60uma%60u Crater, home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess. Drive miles of paved roads around and through Kilauea and Mauna Loa, the world’s largest volcano, which looms over the Volcano area. Enjoy miles of great hiking trails through rainforest or mesic forest among giant tree ferns, lava desert dotted with the footprints of ancient Hawaiian warriors, ash dunes, freshly cooled lava (keep moving or your soles will melt!). You can even play golf with Mauna Loa as a backdrop. Experience the magic of Volcano!