My wife and I spent 3 nights in the Bungalow which was very cozy. It has a nicely equipped kitchen for cooking dinners at "home", and we enjoyed them on the peaceful lanai in the backyard.
It is very secluded here - dark and quiet at night, and the Park is only a few miles away. We hiked during the day, and went to the Jaggar Museum to see the fiery glow at night and again at sunrise, which is not to be missed.
It was a perfect base camp for our trips around the park, and we look forward to visiting again in the future. We highly recommend staying here, and thanks again Kathryn for all of your tips!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We own and manage three vacation-rental cottages in the village of Volcano, adjacent to the entrance of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, just an 8-minute drive from our cottages, on the "Big" island of Hawai'i. Two are studio cottages, each with a private bathroom; one is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage. They are homes-away-from-home, with very well-equipped kitchens, stocked with hot and cold cereals, granolas, regular and decaf coffees, green, black, and herbal teas, and condiments (salt and pepper in grinders, extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar, sugar, stevia, and CoffeeMate), comfortably furnished, with books and maps about the Park and this island, WiFi, and cable TV. We, the owners, live on or very near the cottages' properties; guests are greeted after they check in but are given privacy during their stays. Each cottage has its own free parking spot. Guests may use the washer, dryer, and laundry soap in the laundry room in the afternoons and evenings. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Volcano Places Hotel Volcano
- Volcano Places Hawaii